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Monday, January 25th, 2021

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Small dairy cattle give high component milk

Jerseys do not produce as much milk as Holsteins, but they are well-known for having a high percentage of components like protein and butterfat. Read more

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Cozad FFA overcomes challenges, reaps benefits

The members of the Cozad FFA Chapter have been busy. During their first semester, the Haymaker crew increased their membership, competed in… Read more

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NRD program provides trees for conservation, windbreaks

If you are considering planting trees or shrubs to create a windbreak, mitigate erosion, to create wildlife habitat or for other conservati… Read more

Nebraska pulse crop producers seek membership in national organization

Nebraska pulse crop producers could soon acquire the benefits of belonging to a national organization in the same way corn and soybean prod… Read more

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Whole bunch of bulls coming to Valentine

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Heart City Bull Bash. The popular one-day event is scheduled for Saturday, Feb. 13, in Valentin… Read more

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With her heart set on cattle, Nebraska teen excels in the show ring

There’s a Nebraska cattlewoman who didn’t grow up a cattle girl. Read more

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Bullish corn market presents a challenge to cattle producers

With corn prices high, "those 'taking it on the chin' will be the owner of the feeder cattle. It is crucial that we manage these market fluctuations with marketing tools." Read more

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On the go with the wind at my back

Jaclyn Wilson had a 'whirlwind' of a week on the road.  Read more

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Dogs and their delivery truck friends

With great joy Mollie, the Batie's farm dog has greeted their parade of delivery truck drivers. Most spoil her rotten with treats, columnist Barb Bierman Batie says. Read more

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Tax time, early calves mark mid-January at the Peterson farm

Calving season started early on the Peterson farm in Waverly, Neb. It doesn't ramp up normally until mid-March.  Read more

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During January downtime, make space for hobbies, self-care

"This winter I am learning carpentry skills to keep myself sharp and out of depression." Read more

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For hire: Educated expert with bad marketing advice

Well, I did it again. I guess if nothing else, I am consistent – even if it is not in a good way. I am nearly 100% successful in marketing … Read more

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