Archive for 2012

Nebraska Corn Board hosts E15 meetings

LINCOLN, NEB — The Nebraska Corn Board hosted meetings for E15 stakeholders in Lincoln and Kearney recently. Approximately 75 ethanol producers, fuel retailers, petroleum marketers, … Read More »

Corn Planting Well Ahead of Last Year

Corn Planting Well Ahead of Last Year May 9, 2012 Farmers made significant planting progress thanks to favorable weather conditions, according to USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics … Read More »

Corn Planting is Well Underway

Corn Planting is Well Underway April 23, 2012 Field activities have picked up momentum in recent weeks but were slowed due to damp soils, according … Read More »

Nebraska Corn Board presents awards

LINCOLN, NEB — The Nebraska Corn Board presented their annual awards to five Nebraskans during its Cooperator and Awards Dinner in Lincoln recently. The agricultural … Read More »

Ethanol a sensible path toward lower fuel prices

By Alan Tiemann Letter to the Editor, published in the Omaha World Herald on April 6, 2012. Alan Tiemann is a farmer from Seward and … Read More »

New Blender Pump Opens up in Broken Bow

Lincoln, NE-A new blender pump is now open in Broken Bow at Trotter Whoa and Go. The grand opening of the blender pump will be … Read More »

New Blender Pump Opens up in Aurora

Lincoln, NE-A new blender pump is now open in Aurora at Aurora Cooperative’s Aurora West A-Stop 24. The grand opening of the blender pump will … Read More »

EPA gives green light to higher ethanol blend

Registration of E15 significant step in expanding the use of ethanol. LINCOLN, NE – In 2009, more than 5,000 Nebraskans voiced their support of E15, … Read More »

Nebraska corn farmers investing nearly $3 billion to plant 10.3 million acres

LINCOLN, NE – Nebraska’s corn farmers intend to plant 10.3 million acres of corn this year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said today. It takes … Read More »

FFA Chapters: Curt Tomasevicz could come visit your chapter!

Banquet season around the corner? Curt Tomasevicz could come visit your chapter. The Nebraska Corn Board is excited to share a new opportunity at the … Read More »

Relationships help secure record red meat exports in 2011

LINCOLN, NE – The United States sold more than $5.4 billion in U.S. beef and $6.1 billion in U.S. pork – both records – to … Read More »

New Blender Pump Opens up in Arcadia

Lincoln, NE-A new blender pump is now open in Arcadia at Trotter Service. This E85/blender pump is one of approximately 60 in Nebraska to offer … Read More »

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