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Busch Light corn cans to benefit farmers, ranchers in need

Busch Light corn cans to benefit farmers, ranchers in need

The Busch Light corn cans are on the shelves, and purchasing a case will also benefit farmers and ranchers in need. Since 2019, Busch Light has teamed up with Farm Rescue. For each case of Corn Cans sold through June 2024, Busch Light said it will donate $0.10 – up to $200,000 – to its...
Gold Buckle Dreams – Macon Murphy on Breaking the Barrier

Gold Buckle Dreams – Macon Murphy on Breaking the Barrier

Professional calf roper and NFR qualifier Macon Murphy is no stranger to the rodeo scene. However, rodeo was not always his #1 priority. The Louisiana cowboy has had success at nearly every level, even winning the College National Finals Rodeo. These days, he making a strong effort to make it back to the Wrangler National...
Weather Pressure 5|18|24 Nebraska Soybean Board Weekly Market Roundup

Weather Pressure 5|18|24 Nebraska Soybean Board Weekly Market Roundup

Weather took center stage this week both in the U.S. and in Russia with its effects on wheat. On this week's Nebraska Soybean Board Weekly Market Roundup we hear from Jeff Peterson with Heartland Farm Partners and Shawn Hackett with Hackett Financial Advisors on planting delays due to weather, slower planting pace, frost and drought...
Leverage is the Producers Opportunity 5|17|24 Cattle Call

Leverage is the Producers Opportunity 5|17|24 Cattle Call

This week the cash is the driving factor for the producer has they take in offers. On this week's Cattle Call, Brad Kooima, with Kooima Kooima Varilek looks at the boxed beef movement, comparison with 2014, strong demand at the counter and how weights are still a struggle.
Double-edged sword: Much-needed rain stalls planting across Nebraska | Fridays in the Field

Double-edged sword: Much-needed rain stalls planting across Nebraska | Fridays in the Field

The double-edged sword has struck many producers in Nebraska this year. With a wet start to the spring, producers are grateful for the rain but the moisture has significantly delayed planting progress across the state. Jeremy Svitak of Howells, Nebraska, said spring fieldwork got started in February with fertilizing and ran smoothly until mid to...
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