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Farmers encouraged to maintain Bt refuge, respond to assessment requests

LINCOLN, NE – Since the first Bt crops were introduced, farmers have had to plant a certain percentage of their acres to non-Bt varieties to … Read More »

Checkoff Update March 2011

NCB Recipient of NPPA 2010 Nebraska Outstanding Pork Service Award – Industry Outreach  Tim Scheer, NCB farmer director from St. Paul,  Neb. was on hand … Read More »

USDA: Nebraska corn farmers to plant 9.5 million acres

LINCOLN, NEB – Nebraska’s corn farmers intend to plant 9.5 million acres of corn this year, an increase of 350,000 acres from last year’s 9.15 … Read More »

Nebraska Corn Board honors individuals

LINCOLN, NEB. — The Nebraska Corn Board presented awards to five Nebraskans during its Cooperator and Awards Dinner in Lincoln last week. Each year, the … Read More »


NCB Sponsors, Attends DC Leadership Program  Growers and leaders from the Nebraska Corn Growers Association recently attended a Washington, DC Leadership Program that is sponsored … Read More »

Nebraska farm women to address food concerns at HyVee in Lincoln

CommonGround program launches February 26.

Farmers looking forward to green flag dropping at Daytona 500

Gentlemen, start your ethanol-powered engines!

Farmers encouraged to focus on safety while working in, around grain bins

  LINCOLN, NE – Injuries and fatalities involving entry into grain bins and other grain storage facilities reached new highs in 2010 – with 52 … Read More »


Clark Joins NCB Staff  Kimberly Clark has joined the staff of the Nebraska Corn Board (NCB) as ag program manager.  Clark’s responsibilities on staff will … Read More »

Meet Nebraska Corn Farmers

By: Regina Janousek During my internship at the Nebraska Corn Board I have had some great experiences and opportunities, but my favorite experience thus far … Read More »

Nebraska Corn Board welcomes Kimberly Clark on staff

Lincoln, Neb. — Kimberly Clark has joined the Nebraska Corn Board staff as ag program manager to coordinate ethanol programming, a position that will allow … Read More »

Additional E15 approval welcomed by Nebraska Corn Board

The EPA extended its approval of fuel blends up to E15 – up to 15 percent ethanol – for cars and light trucks made between 2001 and 2006.

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