(Video) Southeast Nebraska Harvest Update - Friday's in the Field w/Andrew Neujahr

The combines are back in the field across southeast Nebraska, a week after rain and snow stalled all progress. On this edition of Friday's in the Field, we hear from Andrew Neujahr near Waverly, Nebra... Read More

(VIDEO) Ag News Recap - Friday Five

This week's agriculture news review recaps Nebraska's tourism campaign, the Sea of Blue and Gold taking over Indianapolis and more! 5) Nebraska recently launched its new tourism campaign, “Honestly, it's not for everyone.” 4) The U.S. ... Read More

2019 Conference for Kansas Women in Agriculture Set in Manhattan

Keynote speakers have been announced for the award-winning Women Managing the Farm Conference, set for February 7-8, 2019, in Manhattan, Kansas. Since 2005, this event has been bringing together women farmers, rural business leaders and landowners. T... Read More

Top Grade PNW White Wheat Available for a Variety of High Quality Finished Foods

Timely and adequate moisture through the soft white (SW) and white club (WC) growing season and a transition to a warm, dry harvest helped Pacific Northwest (PNW) farmers produce high-quality crops that will provide an excellent range of flour for fi... Read More

USMCA a Framework for Future Trade Deals

A White House adviser says the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement is a model for future trade agreements. USMCA will replace the North American Free Trade Agreement, if approved. Kevin Hassett, chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisers, said... Read More

(Video) Agriculture News Update - Oct. 19, 2018

Bryce Doeschot reports on agriculture news and information. Stories: Nebraska Farm Bureau Crew Organic Row Crop Acres Increase in 2018... Read More


By Secretary Sonny Perdue With the announcement of a new trade pact among the United States, Mexico and Canada, we welcomed the tremendous news that the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) will be, if approved by Congress, replaced by a much ... Read More


City, State and federal officials announced that Antelope Creek, which runs for 11 miles through Lincoln, has been removed from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Impaired Waters list. Only 90 creeks in the nation have been removed from... Read More

Early academics launch career pathways

CURTIS, Neb. - A career search for agriculture or veterinary health professions begins earlier and earlier for today's young people. With a statewide academic mission of the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis, we are helping to guide... Read More

Eastern Wyoming College alumni invest $25,000 in ATEC

Eastern Wyoming College alumni David and Gina Briggs are investing $25,000 in EWC's Agricultural Technology Education Center. Their investment will help construct a $7.9 million state-of-the-art facility offering new and enhanced courses in agronomy ... Read More

Extension offers landlord-tenant workshops

Current and future landowners and tenants should make plans to attend free upcoming land management workshops sponsored by Nebraska Extension. The workshops will be held at nine sites across Nebraska this fall. "Managing Agricultural Land for the 21s... Read More