Archive for October, 2012

Failure to pass farm bill ‘beginnings of a drought’ for ag exports

LINCOLN, NE – Failure by the U.S. House of Representatives to pass a five-year farm bill before adjourning last month may mark the beginnings of … Read More »

Coming Your Way: Export Exchange International Grains Buyers

Washington, D.C. Fresh from the record-attendance Export Exchange conference in Minneapolis, teams of international grain buyers fanned out across America, from Ohio to Washington State, and … Read More »

First retailer in Nebraska to offer E15

LINCOLN, NEB— Uncle Neal’s Phillips 66 at 2705 S Plum Creek Parkway in Lexington is the first retailer in Nebraska to offer E15. A grand … Read More »

Harvest 89% Complete

The last week harvest activities were slowed by high winds causing lodging of harvested corn. According to USDA’s NAtional Agricultural Statistics Service, Nebraska Field office, … Read More »

Harvest is Two-Thirds Complete

In the last week parts of Nebraska received a killing frost bringing the growing season to an end. With the colder temperatures also came the … Read More »

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