Archive for September, 2014

7% Corn Harvested as of 9/28/14

For the week ending September 28, 2014, above normal temperatures accelerated the dry down of row crops as producers waited for grain moisture levels to … Read More »

Cedar Rapids, Newcastle farmers win grain rescue tubes for local fire department

Hundreds of Nebraska farmers selflessly signed up their local fire departments to win a grain rescue tube during the recent Husker Harvest Days event. The … Read More »

Help in Finding Renewable Fuels at the Pump

Part Four of a Four-Part Series for Renewable Fuels Month LINCOLN, NEBRASKA— In today’s fast-paced marketplace, consumers are faced with a daunting number of choices … Read More »

It’s beginning to feel like fall

For the week ending September 14, 2014, below normal temperatures coupled with rain in the east and light snow in western portions of the State … Read More »

Cornstalk Fall 2014

Highlights in this issue: What’s up with falling corn prices, Key issues facing Nebraska corn farmers, Why corn matters to all Nebraskans and more.

Nebraska Corn opens invitation for bus trip to Kansas Speedway for October 5 NASCAR race

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA — NASCAR fans, start your engines and join Nebraska corn farmers as we head to the races! The Nebraska Corn Board and Nebraska … Read More »

Nebraska Corn Board partners with UNL for distinctive Presidential Chair

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA — The Nebraska Corn Board has made a $2.0 million commitment to the University of Nebraska Foundation to establish the permanently endowed Nebraska … Read More »

Join us in KC for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Race – October 5!

Reserve Your Seat Today!! What: NASCAR Sprint Cup race in Kansas City When: October 5,2014 Where: Kansas Speedway Cost: $100/person The Nebraska Corn Board, Nebraska … Read More »

Homegrown, Renewable Fuels provide Energy Independence

Part Three of a Four-Part Series for Renewable Fuels Month LINCOLN, NEBRASKA— Biodiesel and ethanol, two energy sources made from soybeans and corn, respectively, are … Read More »

Corn Season Progresses

For the week ending September 7, 2014, cool temperatures coupled with rain slowed fieldwork activities early and again late in the week, according to the … Read More »

Nebraska Corn Board encourages farmers raising Agrisure Duracade to make sure the corn grown has a place to go

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA – The Nebraska Corn Board wants farmers to make sure that the corn they grow has a place to go. In an effort … Read More »

Nebraska’s Golden Triangle Benefits Renewable Fuels

Part Two of a Four-Part Series for Renewable Fuels Month LINCOLN, NEBRASKA— Nebraska’s economic prosperity is deeply rooted in agriculture. Very few states can stake … Read More »

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