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    Farmers and ranchers still have time to be counted in the 2017 Census of Agriculture, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service.

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  • Coalition gets grant to study honey bee mite treatments

    The Honey Bee Health Coalition announced today that it has collaborated with an international team of 12 scientists to secure more than $475,000 in grant funds from the Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research to facilitate the testing of chemical compounds that could help beekeepers more effectively treat Varroa mite (Varroa destructor) infestations.

  • Private landowners may enroll in Open Fields and Waters

    Nebraska Game and Parks Commission biologists are seeking private landowners interested in enrolling in the Open Fields and Waters Program this spring.

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Think about stripe rust again!

As spring approaches and wheat crops begin to merge from dormancy, wheat farmers in Nebraska need to begin scouting for stripe rust again.

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Box Butte Extension Assistant named

Ashley Fenning of Bayard, Neb., has been appointed 4-H Extension Assistant for Box Butte County, based in Alliance, Neb.

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Preparing for pre-harvest marketing in 2018

Selling corn under $4 per bushel is not fun for anyone, but it will be a reality for Nebraska producers this year.

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NCTA hosts campus Discovery Day

Student ambassadors are preparing to showcase their agricultural college in Curtis on March 5 to college prospects and their families.

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Nebraska ag interests take ‘wait and see’ stance on Rickett’s property tax proposal

It appears that Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts’ property tax proposal hasn’t gained much support since its debut.

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    Panhandle students awarded scholarships

    Students from four Panhandle high schools are this year’s recipients of scholarships from the Roosevelt Public Power District based in Mitchell.

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    Make it sound good

    Next week is National Ag week, a time for “recognizing – and celebrating – the contribution of agriculture in our everyday lives.”

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    To supplement farm income, some get their wives jobs in town.

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    Closing the Jobs Gap

    One of the most common concerns I hear while traveling the Third District is the roadblocks employers are facing in finding qualified workers.

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    Regional West honors staff at quarterly awards banquet

    Regional West recently hosted its fourth quarter Employee Awards Reception; recognizing staff for years of service, and recipients of the STAR, PEARL, and DAISY awards for outstanding service and patient care. Employees are nominated quarterly by co-workers, staff, patients, and visitors. The STAR and PEARL of the year were also awarded.

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    Farm Bureau offering two scholarships

    April 15 is the deadline for applications for each of two scholarships currently being offered by the Scotts Bluff County Farm Bureau.

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    March Madness

    You’re going to hear a lot about March Madness in the next few weeks. March Madness is a lot of different things to different people.

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    Jekyll & Hide Cattle Company

    He’s kind to his wife when the market goes up

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