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Crop Watcher: Some Nebraska farmers opt to plant soybeans first

Farmers in northeastern Nebraska put in a lot of long hours to catch up on planting work once the weather warmed up in mid-May. Read more

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Beltway Beef Podcast

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association's Beltway Beef podcast is ready for your listening pleasure and intellectual enrichment. This weekly commentary features NCBA members, leaders, staff and more every week. Read more

Evaluating corn stands after tough start

According to USDA-NASS, just 1% of Iowa corn is emerged. As the crop emerges, it is a good time to assess stands, which involves taking stand counts and assessing seedling health. While scouting, determine whether seedling growth appears normal or whether actions are warranted to remediate any issues. Read more

ND private lands remain open to hunters unless posted

The burden of keeping trespassers off of N.D. private lands remains up to landowners following the end of the 2019 N.D. legislative session… Read more

Trade negotiations, USDA report pressures soybean market

A setback in the trade negotiations between the U.S. and China, coupled with a bearish USDA report, is putting a damper on the soybean mark… Read more

Struggling dairy industry sees hope

MADISON, Wis. – Proposed Wisconsin legislation would provide $7.9 million for dairy research at a Dairy Innovation Hub. Three university ca… Read more

Chefs go against the grain to find new ways to cook with wheat

Chef Josh Kranz has two young kids at home, so he knows getting kids to eat vegetables can be a chore. Read more

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