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Light rains put harvest on pause in Central Nebraska | 2022 Fridays in the Field | Ep. 21
Some much-needed moisture put harvest on pause in Central Nebraska. Creighton Peterson of Peterson & Sons Farms near Bertrand said despite the dry conditions throughout the summer, so far, he's been pleasantly surprised with his irrigated soybean crop. Peterson said they battled some small, pea-sized hail last week but it didn't seem to impact their...
Basis for grain weighing in on cattle 9 22 22 Cattle Call
Midweek showed some disappointing futures with some hoping for better cash news. Brad Kooima said it's the basis for grain that is catching the cattlemen's ears. There is fear with the FED talks and the roller coaster trade
Train tentative agreement still causing concern 9-16-22 Nebraska Soybean Board Weekly Market Roundup
The ag industry is still closely watching the tentative agreement with the railroad. We recorded this segment before the announcement was made, but still some valid points for agriculture. Heather Ramsey from the ARC Group & Mark Gold with Top Third joined Susan Littlefield for the Nebraska Soybean Board Weekly Market Roundup from Husker Harvest...
Mickey Joseph takes over as head coach before Oklahoma rival game | HuskerChat
Join us LIVE for this week's edition of HuskerChat as Sean Callahan of HuskerOnline.com gives his take on Mickey Joseph taking over as Nebraska Head Football Coach. PLUS what should we expect in this week's game with rival Oklahoma? HuskerChat is presented by AKRS Equipment.
Tekamah farmer makes final preparation for harvest | 2022 Fridays in the Field
Quentin Connealy’s dryland crops are starting to change colors, turning brown on the edges moving towards the center of the field. Susan Littlefield visited with Connealy for an update on his crops before harvest. Connealy said this year there are several variants with numbers, hybrids, and moisture levels with each plant. He said irrigation should...