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Harvest Continues to Advance

For the week ending November 8, 2015, the eastern half of the State was dry, with temperatures averaging six to nine degrees above normal as … Read More »

Corn Board to Meet

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA – The Nebraska Corn Board will hold its next meeting, Monday, November 23, 2015 at Cornhusker Marriott in Lincoln, Nebraska. The Board will … Read More »

Corn Harvested at 75%

For the week ending November 1, 2015, limited precipitation combined with near normal temperatures allowed fall harvest activities to advance, according to the USDA’s National … Read More »

Corn Harvested at 57%

For the week ending October 25, 2015, above normal temperatures for the second week in a row supported harvest activities, according to the USDA’s National … Read More »

First Frost Aids Crop Dry-down

For the week ending October 18, 2015, above normal temperatures combined with no precipitation provided good harvest conditions, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics … Read More »

Corn Harvested at 26%

For the week ending October 11, 2015, temperatures averaged six to eight degrees above normal with the only measurable precipitation recorded in the southwestern Panhandle, … Read More »

Nebraska Corn Board Welcomes Roger Berry on Staff (photo available)

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA – The Nebraska Corn Board is pleased to announce that Roger Berry has joined its staff as the Director of Market Development on … Read More »

Nebraska Corn opens invitation for bus trip to Kansas Speedway for October 18 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 »

Corn Harvested at 15%

For the week ending October 4, 2015, Nebraska experienced near normal temperatures, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Most of the State received … Read More »

Nebraska Corn Urges Farmers to Take a Second for Safety During Harvest

LINCOLN, NE – It’s that time of the year again, the leaves are turning, the roads are busy with farm equipment and farmers are racing … Read More »

Seed and High Moisture Corn Harvests Continue

For the week ending September 27, 2015, temperatures averaged six to eight degrees above normal with an inch or more of rain common across a … Read More »

Renewable, Homegrown Fuels provide Energy Independence

Part Four of a Four-Part Series for Renewable Fuels Month LINCOLN, NEBRASKA— Biodiesel and American Ethanol, two energy sources made from Nebraska soybeans and corn, … Read More »

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