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The Wednesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Arlan Suderman of StoneX

There was plenty to talk about coming off of the USDA report that sent corn, soybeans, and wheat sharply higher but also threw a wrench in cattle trade. Arlan is keeping an eye on weather in both Sout... Read More

Amid turmoil, officials commit to future of Aksarben Stock Show

Questions have swirled on social media about the future of the Aksarben Stock Show following the termination of Greg Harder who served as the show director and livestock director for the Nebraska State Fair. On Wednesday, officials from the State ... Read More

Six Neb. counties designated primary natural disaster areas

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue designated six Nebraska counties as primary natural disaster areas. Producers in Colfax, Cuming, Dawes, Dodge, Stanton and Thurston counties who suffered losses caused by recent drought may be eligible for U.S. Depa... Read More

Fischer introduces legislation for the safe transport of ag and livestock products

U.S. Senator Deb Fischer has introduced Legislation to extend hours of service exemptions in agriculture to year-round. The bill would amend the Moter Carrier Safety Improvement Act of 1999 to modify certain ag exemptions. Know as the Haulers o... Read More

Nebraska Rural Radio Association postpones annual meeting

Citing concerns with public gatherings and the on-going Covid-19 situation, the Nebraska Rural Radio Association announced that they have postponed their November annual membership meeting until early in 2021. "We want to continue to be cautious,"... Read More

The Tuesday Fontanelle Final Bell with Kyle Bumsted of Allendale

Quarterly grain stocks report out on Wednesday Yields are coming in better than expected What do we do with grain coming off the combine? China is set to go on holiday Hogs went up fast Cattle on feed report…chance for more cattl... Read More

DAILY CASH GRAIN BIDS FOR TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 2020

09-29-20 Central Valley Ag Elgin Corn - 321 Beans - 916 Humphrey Corn - 326 Beans - 918 Laurel Corn - 324 Beans - 919 Monroe Corn - 329 Beans - 922 Oakland E. Hub Corn - 327 Beans - 923 Royal Hub Corn - 324 Beans - 923 Wakefield Corn - 319 ... Read More

Peterson Farm Bros, Pioneer team up to raise money for National FFA

The Peterson Farm Bros have teamed up with Pioneer to raise money for the National FFA Organization while promoting research and development in the corn industry. The YouTube trio sensation recently released their newest video, “Corn Revolution,... Read More

USDA: 90 percent of corn, soybeans produced are generically engineered

The Department of Agriculture says more than 90 percent of U.S. corn and soybeans are produced using genetically engineered seeds. Through an annual report on GE planted crops, USDA’s Economic Research Service says most of these GE seeds are her... Read More

XtendFlex soybeans gain final approval

Bayer's XtendFlex soybeans are now ready for a full commercial launch in the U.S. and Canada in 2021, after a long-awaited import approval came through from the EU on Monday. DTN reports that the soybean variety tolerates over-the-top applications... Read More

Grand Island to host livestock show in place of National Western Stock Show

A Grand Island group is working to provide youth an opportunity to showcase their cattle following the cancelation of one the largest livestock shows in the county. The Grand Island Livestock Complex Authority, Grand Island Mayor Roger Steele, and... Read More