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Husker Harvest Days - Video Reports (Monday)

  Pre-Show Spotlights Considering Drip Irrigation?  - Western Irrigation Spotlight 1 DTN Continues to Innovate What Makes Western Irrigation Different? - Western Irrigation Spotlight 2   Support FFA and Get a Great Deal on Tires... Read More

Emerald Ash Borer Discovered in Saunders County

LINCOLN—The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) in partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), confirmed a find of emerald ash borer (EAB) in Saunders County. The Nebraska Forest Service collected an EAB larva from a tree on pr... Read More

Husker Harvest Days, Battle of the Brews - Friday Five (Sept. 6, 2019)

The 42nd Annual Husker Harvest Days begins next Tuesday. Did you know that all of the food vendors at the show support Nebraska youth? Plus, September is National Chicken Month! A single hen can produce between 250 and 300 eggs per year. Also t... Read More

(Video) Seed corn harvest begins in Nebraska - - - Friday's in the Field (9/6/19)

Seed corn harvest is officially underway in Nebraska. Bulter county farmer Lukas Fricke tells us it is a bit delayed due to the weather and delayed planting. On this week's edition of Big Iron Realty's Fridays in the Field, Bryce Doeschot brings u... Read More

Trading Bits & Bytes for September 6, 2019

From the upcoming WASDE report to what do you do with unsold old crop, Jeff Peterson with Heartland Farm Partners talks grain markets on this week's addition of Trading Bits & Bytes Read More

China allows imports of soybean meal, rapeseed meal, sunflower meal and sugar beet pulp from Russia

BEIJING (Reuters) - China’s customs said on Thursday that it has allowed imports of soybean meal, rapeseed meal, sunflower meal and sugar beet pulp from Russia. Exporters of these animal feed ingredients must be inspected and approved by Russian... Read More

ARC, PLC Enrollment Open

The Department of Agriculture this week opened enrollment for the Agriculture Risk Coverage, and Price Loss Coverage programs. Agriculture Risk Coverage, known as ARC, provides income support payments on historical base acres when actual crop reve... Read More

K-State releases three new wheat varieties

The Kansas State University recently released three new wheat varieties, which are available to Certified seed growers this fall and will be available to farmers in fall 2020. The new releases include two hard red winter wheat varieties - KS West... Read More

Judge orders Anheuser-Busch to halt 'corn syrup' labels

Big beer is still duking it out over corn syrup. A federal judge on Wednesday ordered Anheuser-Busch to stop using Bud Light packaging that implies rival brews made by MillerCoors contain corn syrup. The order extends an injunction issued in May t... Read More

Corn harvest now under way in Kansas

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A government snapshot of crop conditions shows the harvest of corn is now under way in Kansas. The National Agricultural Statistics Service reported Tuesday that 1% of the corn in the state has been harvested, near the 4% av... Read More

Argentine farmers favoring safe-bet soy over corn as policy outlook darkens

BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentine farmers, anxious about an increasingly murky political outlook and economic turmoil, are turning toward soy over more expensive corn to cut costs, a shift that could impact next season’s harvest in one of the worl... Read More

Bureau of Reclamation extends irrigation season for Ft. Laramie Canal irrigators

The Wyoming Area Office of the Bureau of Reclamation in Mills, Wyo. announced on Sept. 3, it will begin lowering the water level in Guernsey Reservoir, as the 2019 irrigation season draws to a close. The Bureau of Reclamation will begin drawing do... Read More

Weekly Crop Progress Update

OMAHA (DTN) -- Corn condition improved just 1 percentage point last week, while soybean condition remained unchanged. Development of both crops continue to be well behind normal. As of Sunday, Sept. 1, the U.S. corn crop was rated 58% in good-to-exc... Read More

UNL-TAPS Expanding To Include Winter Wheat Competition in the Panhandle

The successful UNL Testing Ag Performance Solutions (TAPS) program based in North Platte is once again expanding with a new competition. The new contest will be established and conducted at the High Plains Ag Lab (HPAL) near Sidney and will featu... Read More