Long-term Grain Storage Requires Good Management

Some grain will be stored for many months or even more than a year due to low grain prices, so maintaining grain quality during extended storage will require extra care and management, according to North Dakota State Universitys grain storage expert.Continue

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Brexit decision not likely to have significant impact on US agricultural trade

On June 23, the United Kingdom held a referendum to determine whether the country would remain a member of the European Union or leave. After a 52 percent majority voted to leave, it was determined that the U.K. would begin arrangements to separate from t

Summer Weather Continues Favorable Conditions for Fall Crops

Only limited changes with some of the conditions of the main spring planted crops in this weeks report from USDA-NASS. Corn is 75 percent good-excellent, soybeans 72 and sorghum 65. Weather conditions mainly ideal.

Nebraska Soybean Board Distributes "Farmland" DVDs to Nebraska Libraries

Nebraskans now have access to learn more about how the next generation of farmers and ranchers grow and raise our food. Every library in Nebraska recently received a DVD of the acclaimed documentary, Farmland, thanks to the Nebraska Soybean Board (NSB)

Marty Draper named new plant pathology department head at K-State

Marty Draper has been named the new head of the Kansas State University Department of Plant Pathology. Draper will lead the internationally renowned program and faculty as they continue to serve Kansas, the United States, and the world.

United States Cattle on Feed Up 2 Percent

Cattle and calves on feed for the slaughter market in the United States for feedlots with capacity of 1,000 or more head totaled 10.2 million head on August 1, 2016. The inventory was 2 percent above August 1, 2015.

Rural Mainstreet Index Below Growth-Neutral for 12th Straight Month

The Creighton University Rural Mainstreet Index rose for August, but remained below growth neutral for the 12th straight month, according to the monthly survey of bank CEOs in rural areas of a 10-state region dependent on agriculture and/or energy

Nebraska Corn and Sorghum Urge Farmers to Tell EPA That They Need Atrazine

The Nebraska Corn Growers Association and Nebraska Grain Sorghum Producers Association are urging farmers to submit comments to the EPA, on their proposed reduction of acceptable application levels for atrazine.

More export opportunities sought for Nebraska Agricultural Products

A Nebraska trade delegation participated in an official ceremony in Taipei, Taiwan to sign letters of intent to purchase more than $400 million in Nebraska agricultural products. The purchases will include wheat, corn, soybeans, distillers grain, beef an

Marketing Strategies When Anticipating a Record Harvest

We could see record corn and soybean yields this fall, what about marketing all that grain, especially soybeans? Jeff Peterson with Heartland Farm Partners gives us some things to ponder going into the fall.

Giesler talks soybean health at Soybean Management Field Days

At Soybean Management Field Days, AgView.net talked with UNL Extension Plant Pathologist Dr. Loren Giesler who gave us an update on some disease concerns in this year's soybean crop.


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