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Who owns the grain 3 25 23 Nebraska Soybean Board Weekly Market Roundup
The past couple of weeks we have seen an increase in grain purchases. Floating around ag is who owns the grain? Is there still enough old crop at the elevator or is it in the bins on the farm. On this week's Nebraska Soybean Board Weekly Market Roundup, we are joined by Heather Ramsey with...
168 bids into April 3 24 23 Cattle Call
What is the dichotomy of fundamentals for the cattle? On this week's Cattle Call with Brad Kooima of Kooima Kooima Varilek, he talks about the 168 bids into April for the cattle, higher boxed beef & how the banking/FEDS have filtered into the trade.
Certain factors put Nebraskans at higher risk for colorectal cancer
Certain factors put some Nebraskans at higher risk for developing colorectal cancer, according to Dr. Alan Thorson, a retired colorectal cancer surgeon and board president of NC2. Dr. Thorson said family history is among the highest risk factors, in addition to a lack of fiber in your diet, not enough physical activity, excess alcohol use,...
66 chemo treatments and still going: Rural Nebraskan fights stage four colon cancer
TJ Brede can be described as tough, gritty, or perhaps just plain stubborn. After all, she is a rural Nebraskan and that description tends to fit many rural Nebraskans. At age 42, TJ was diagnosed with stage four colon cancer. Today, 66 chemo treatments and counting, she said it's her mission to encourage others to...
Beans saw struggles this week 3 18 23 Nebraska Soybean Board Weekly Market Roundup
The soybean market struggled all week along with the wheat complex. Export purchases of corn boosted the market this week. On this week's Nebraska Soybean Board Weekly Market Roundup we hear from PJ Conradt & Alex Gade with Tredas. Issues with the banking sector weighed on the market and early planting intention numbers are starting...