Archive for 2010

Corn ethanol plants using less energy but producing more ethanol per bushel

LINCOLN, NE — (June 1, 2010) Corn ethanol plants continue to cut their energy use while at the same time producing more ethanol per bushel … Read More »

Corn Farmers Coalition heading to D.C.with messages about modern family farmers

The Nebraska Corn Board is one of more than a dozen corn organizations supporting the coalition. LINCOLN, NE – The Nebraska Corn Board and corn … Read More »

May 24, 2010 Crop Progress Update

Planting Virtually Complete May 24, 2010 According to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, Nebraska Field Office corn planting was nearly complete at 96 percent … Read More »

Nebraska Corn Board continues internship programs in Nebraska, D.C.

LINCOLN, NE — Since the Nebraska Corn Board was founded more than three decades ago, it has worked to nurture and develop talent among all … Read More »

Cornstalk May 2010

Focuses on water use, water research and more.

Nebraska’s egg industry adds value to corn, aid overseas

LINCOLN, NE – Just as Nebraska farmers are producing more corn with fewer inputs on fewer acres, the Nebraska hen laying industry is producing more … Read More »

Nebraska corn-fed beef adds value to ‘center of plate’

LINCOLN, NE – Nebraska’s beef producers are the best in the world – and they are experts at converting Nebraska-produced commodities like corn and distillers … Read More »

May 10, 2010 Crop Progress Update

Corn Emergence May 10, 2010 According to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, Nebraska Field Office corn planting is 78 percent complete statewide, a day … Read More »

‘Theory’ on indirect land use change gets weaker with updates to model

LINCOLN, NE — “Indirect land use change theory” are five words that still have ethanol supporters and farmers scratching their heads. After all, said the … Read More »

Gulf oil spill underscores need to increase use of clean, green ethanol

Nebraska Corn Board says current policy decisions will have dramatic effect on renewable fuels growth. LINCOLN, NE – As those along the Gulf Coast work … Read More »

April 26, 2010 Crop Progress

Planting has Begun April 26, 2010 According to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, Nebraska Field Office corn planting has begun in much of Nebraska. … Read More »

Recognition of Earth Day should include farmers

LINCOLN, NE — The 40th anniversary of Earth Day occurs this week – Thursday, April 22. It’s a day that was started to inspire awareness … Read More »

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