Archive for 2012

Harvest a Month Ahead of Average

Corn harvest is nearly one month ahead of average, over one-third complete thanks to cooler temperatures and limited rainfall. Small amounts of precipitation have been … Read More »

Cornstalk Fall 2012

Drought turns a promising year upside down – and what is the drought’s impact on food prices? Do higher corn prices mean food prices will … Read More »

Nebraska Corn Board urges farmers to be safety-minded during harvest

LINCOLN, NEB – Agriculture remains one of the more dangerous occupations in North America. But exercising caution, getting rest and being safety-minded can go a … Read More »

Letter to the Editor – Farmers Ask for Certainty

In any business or operation some level of certainty is always beneficial. That certainty provides a basis to make short term and long term plans, … Read More »

Farm Bill Now Campaign Gears Up

The Nebraska Corn Board and Corn Growers organizations joined nineteen other Nebraska ag groups in signing onto a letter (click here to read entire letter) … Read More »

New Blender Pump Opens up in Elgin

Lincoln, NE-A new blender pump is now open in Elgin at the Elgin One Stop & Sleepin Inn.  The grand opening of the blender pump … Read More »

12% of Nebraska corn out of the field

This last week brought, yet again, little to no precipitation with temperatures in the triple digits and winds leading to drier conditions. This all leading … Read More »

Nebraska ag groups push for a Farm Bill Now

LINCOLN, NEB – Nebraska agriculture organizations, initiated by the Nebraska Corn Board and Nebraska Corn Growers Association, have come together to put pressure on the … Read More »

Harvest Underway

This last week has brought cooler temperatures along with some precipitation across the southeastern third of the state. Rain fell late last week in Southeast … Read More »

Nebraska Corn Board elects new officers

The Nebraska Corn Board elected new officers at is August Board of Directors meeting.

Cooler Temperatures but Little Rain

In the last week temperatures have cooled but still little to no precipitation meaning continuing decline of crop conditions. Drought damaged corn fields continue to … Read More »

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