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New grant will help define best practices for no-till organic grain production

Farmers are in a tough spot when it comes to controlling weeds. Since conventional herbicides aren’t an option, many choose to use tillage — mechanically turning over the soil to upend weeds. Howe... Read More

Third-set firepower not enough in home loss to No. 15 Northwestern

SEWARD, Neb. – A gauntlet of a week wrapped up on Saturday (Sept. 22) for the Concordia University volleyball program. The Bulldogs played three times in five days with two matches coming against GPAC opponents ranked inside the NAIA’s top 15. T... Read More

Huskers Fall at No. 19 Michigan

Ann Arbor, Mich. - Wyatt Mazour scored his first career touchdown in the fourth quarter and Barret Pickering added a third-quarter field goal to account for Nebraska's scoring in a 56-10 setback at No. 19 Michigan on Saturday at Michigan Stadium. ... Read More

Series win streak versus Midland snapped on homecoming

SEWARD, Neb. – Midland’s run of frustration versus the Concordia University football program ended inside a sun-soaked Bulldog Stadium on Saturday afternoon (Sept. 22). Behind dual-threat quarterback Payton Nelson, the Warriors spoiled the Bulld... Read More

Sept 21 USDA Chicken & Eggs Report

NEBRASKA CHICKEN AND EGGS All layers in Nebraska during August 2018 totaled 8.13 million, up from 7.76 million the previous year, according to the USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service. Nebraska egg production during August totaled 211 m... Read More

Smith Awarded “High Octane Champion” Award from Nebraska’s Ethanol Industry

Congressman Adrian Smith (R-NE) has been recognized as a 2018 High Octane Champion by Renewable Fuels Nebraska, the trade association for Nebraska’s ethanol industry. The award was developed by the RFN membership as a way to recognize public policy... Read More

El Nino Conditions Forecast for Fall-Winter

Al Dutcher - Associate Nebraska State Climatologist Longer term forecasts of what lies ahead for the Central Plains this fall and winter often start with a look at ocean temperature trends. Sea surface conditions in the Equatorial Pacific conti... Read More

(Audio) Centennial survives scare from Aquinas Catholic

Listen to the game here.  UTICA - In a game of momentum swings and lead changes, Centennial remained undefeated, but only after icing the game away in the last minute with a fumble by Aquinas Catholic, giving the Broncos a 28-21  win. Centennia... Read More

Sept 21 Cattle on Feed - State Break-down

NEBRASKA CATTLE ON FEED UP 8 PERCENT Nebraska feedlots, with capacities of 1,000 or more head, contained 2.33 million cattle on feed on September 1, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. This inventory was up 8 percen... Read More

(Audio) York dominates on the road

Listen to the game here. BEATRICE - The York football team ended a two game losing skid Friday night when they breezed past Beatrice, 51-14. It didn't take long for the Dukes to put their stamp on the game as York scored on their second play fr... Read More

(Audio) Lopers To Face Ranked Opponent & Big Crowd

Kearney, Neb. – A sellout crowd awaits the Nebraska-Kearney football team when it ventures to 15th-ranked Pittsburg State Saturday night. The Lopers (2-1) have the luck of being Pitt's 2018 "Family Night" opponent. This annual event has drawn well ... Read More