The Propane Education & Research Council has a new application process for its 2023 Propane Farm Incentive Program
The price of some building materials is coming down, interest rates are going up, 2022 was profitable and you need a new building for livestock, seed sales, machinery and or grain storage. So you decide to build.
FARRAGUT, Iowa — Five knee replacements. Two shoulder replacements. Three wrist fusion surgeries.
The Nebraska Rural Response Council, sponsor of the Rural Response Hotline, has a new website with information on resources available to farmers in crisis.
Roads and bridges provide the first leg in the journey crops take from the field to markets around the world. Eric Schroeter, assistant chief engineer for the Missouri Department of Transportation, says they are important for the agriculture industry, but they require constant maintenance an…
Agriculture’s future in Nebraska and globally will depend in great part on efficient water use. A research paper by University of Nebraska-Lincoln scientists points to an innovative irrigation approach that offers promise to decrease water use while increasing producer profitability.
Tractors are getting better connected with a new high speed system for seamlessly connecting implements and aftermarket options such as displays and joysticks.
A new book published by UNESCO includes a project from Nebraska’s Central Platte Valley as a case study in effective managed aquifer recharge.
Adults wishing to teach the National Safe Tractor and Machinery Operation Program to youth can benefit from an online course offered by Penn State Extension.
For rural Americans, seeing grain bins dot the landscape is often an everyday occurrence. However, these storage structures pose very serious and threatening dangers to agriculture workers if proper health and safety procedures aren’t followed.
An already strong farm real estate market gained momentum in the last half of 2021, supported by improved profitability, historically low interest rates and greater demand for all types of agricultural land. Year-end values in Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota reached all-time highs in the lat…
AKRS Equipment is planning to build a new state-of-the-art John Deere Dealership in David City, Nebraska. Construction will begin in the spring of 2022, with expected completion in the summer of 2023.
The Nebraska Farm Bureau (NEFB) has identified three trade priorities for the Biden administration following a year with little movement on the topic.
Nebraska’s agricultural economy rebounding this year and the subsequent property tax relief tied to the economy are among the top agriculture stories of 2021, according to Nebraska Farm Bureau.
Despite the value the Conservation Stewardship Program offers in supporting farmers and ranchers in enhancing conservation of natural resources on their operations, funding has been reduced significantly in the last two farm bills, according to a white paper released today by the Center for …
The U.S. economy is poised to slow in 2022 relative to 2021, but economic growth will continue at a pace that is well above average.
Great Plains Initiative indicates more than half of region’s windbreaks are in fair to poor condition
Dealerships will continue to operation under their current brands, but in early 2022, AgriVision Equipment and PrairieLand Partners will be merging.
Catch Nebraska Extension's Agricultural Land Management Quarterly webinar Nov. 15 updates on county-level cash rental rates, ARC and PLC coverage options and leasing considerations.
Having a workshop on your farm is more than a convenience, it is a necessity. It’s a central point for repairing and maintaining the farm’s equipment.
SIMPSON, Ill. — It was a radical idea, planting seeds directly into unworked soil — so radical no machine existed that did such a thing. So Donnie Morris made one.
It wasn’t long ago when reaching double digits in pigs per litter was unusual.
Registration is now open with early bird savings available for Poultry Tech Summit, scheduled for Oct. 31-Nov. 2, at the Georgia Tech Hotel & Conference Center in Atlanta, Georgia. The 2021 event will be held in person with an on-demand offering for professionals unable to travel.
Saturday Sep 18 2021
In 1870 the first Missouri-Kansas-Texas train rolled into a new town in southeast Kansas, that would become Parsons, and the railroad would be remembered as the Katy! One hundred forty-eight years later, Parsons celebrates its railroad heritage and town history with the Katy Days Festival. R…