Archive for 2011

Checkoff Update May, 2011

NEBRASKA CORN CHECKOFF UPDATE May 2011 Ethanol, Blender Pump Openings and Promotions Continue Across Nebraska The Cenex station in Ogallala was the latest grand opening … Read More »

Interns important to corn industry in Nebraska

LINCOLN, Neb. — For more than two decades, the Nebraska Corn Board has been blessed with many college student interns selected to work beside staff … Read More »

May 23, 2011 Crop Progress Update

Corn planting nearly complete May 23, 2011 According to USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, Nebraska Field Office significant rainfall and below average temperatures were again … Read More »

Cornstalk May 2011

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Oil addiction feeds profits, lightens wallets

LINCOLN, NE – Oil. It’s in everything one way or another. Gas tanks are a given, of course, but don’t forget about packaging and transporting … Read More »

May 9, 2011 Crop Progress Update

Corn planting over half completed May 9, 2011 Favorable conditions allowed producers to make significant progress planting spring crops, according to USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics … Read More »

Nebraska Corn Salutes May for Beef Month

May is Beef Month! Beef is obviously important in Nebraska, ranking number one in commercial red meat production. And the farmers and ranchers who raise … Read More »

Checkoff Update April 2011

NCB Hosts, Meets with International Guests The Nebraska Corn Board (NCB) hosted a trade team from Mexico recently to discuss white corn production across Nebraska. … Read More »

In defense of ethanol

By Don Hutchens, Executive Director, published in Norfolk Daily News on Monday, May 2, 2011 I have found it not only my responsibility, but also … Read More »

Filling in the Blanks on Ethanol

Local Viewpoint by Kelly Brunkhorst, Director of Research, published in Thursday, April 28, Lincoln Journal Star J. Patrick Boyle’s editorial Corn ethanol: Burning up food … Read More »

April 25, 2011 Crop Progress Update

Planting off to a slow start April 25, 2011 According to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service, Nebraska Field Office, corn planting has been limited … Read More »

Nebraska corn farmers making $2.6 billion investment this spring

LINCOLN, NE – Nebraska corn farmers are in the middle of a $2.6 billion investment that has a significant economic impact on dozens of businesses, … Read More »

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