Archive for 2013

Nebraska Corn Board has newly appointed board members and elected new officers

Attn Media: There are photos available with this release on our Flickr page under the 2013-14 Board and Officers set. LINCOLN, NEB. — Two new … Read More »

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EPA Issues Final 2013 RFS Renewable Volume Standards

Earlier this week the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its final 2013 renewable fuel standard (RFS) renewable volume obligations (RVO). Here are the final figures: … Read More »

Lack of Action on Farm Bill Could Set Back Nebraska’s Economy

Farmers Urged to Contact Congressional Representatives and Leadership LINCOLN, NE—The lack of Congressional action on a Farm Bill could stifle the economic vitality that Nebraska … Read More »

A Cold and Wet Start to August

A large portion of the state received an inch or more of rain this last week and with this rain came unseasonably low temperatures. Portions … Read More »

Corn Board to Meet

Lincoln, Neb. – The Nebraska Corn Board will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, August 13, 2013 at Embassy Suites in Lincoln, Nebraska. The Board … Read More »

Nebraska Corn & Beef Producers Return from Mission Excited About Beef Exports to Japan

LINCOLN, NE—A group of Nebraska corn farmers and cattlemen have returned from a trade mission in Japan convinced that Japan will soon return to its … Read More »

Soil Moisture Continues to Decrease

Yet another week with low precipitation levels stressed dryland corn and forced irrigation to be taking place statewide. USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service reported pockets … Read More »

Corn crop conditions rate high; rainfall needed in much of the state

Clear skies and sunshine boosted row crop development this past week, according to USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Much of the state saw little or … Read More »

Midwest Corn Growers Study Tours

LINCOLN, NE—A group of Nebraskans is packing its bags for Japan as part of a mission coordinated by the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF). The … Read More »

Moisture Levels Continue to Improve

Rain across most of the state combined with above average temperatures to boost the growth of crops this past week. Some portions of the state … Read More »

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