• National survey finds over crops boost yield, weed control

    Following the use of cover crops, farmers reported increased yields of corn, soybeans and wheat, and improved control of herbicide-resistant weeds, according to a nationwide survey.

  • Hunt new chair of House Ag Comm

    Speaker of the Wyoming House Steve Harshman announced that Rep. Hans Hunt (R-Newcastle) will replace former Rep. Robert McKim as the chairman of the House Agriculture, State and Public Lands and Water Resources Committee and serve as co-chair of the Joint Agriculture, State and Public Lands and Water Resources Committee.

  • Wyo-Braska Wound Care Conference set

    Area nurses are invited to attend the bi-annual Wyo-braska Wound Care Conference, Tuesday, Oct. 3, at the Harms Advanced Technology Center in Scottsbluff.

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Food knowledge is key to diet health

For most Americans eating is just something we do several times a day. We have regular mealtimes, we eat when we get hungry, and quite often our dining is a social or family activity.

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New cookbooks in series available free

Cooking It Up! Diabetes-Healthy Recipes Everyone Will Love presents 86 recipes from sloppy chili Joe and sweet potato biscuits to fudge, fruit sundaes and strawberry cinnamon French toast.

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Salmonella vaccine reduces animal disease, food-borne illness

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Young farmer outlines priorities for NAFTA modernization before House Subcommittee

York County Farm Bureau President Jason Perdue outlined a series of key agriculture objectives for modernization of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in testifying before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Ways and Means Trade Su

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South Dakota beef specialist to serve as bridge in feedlot specialist position

Dr. Robbi Pritchard, noted feedlot nutrition and management professor from South Dakota State University, has been contracted to help guide the University of Nebraska Panhandle Research Feedlot north of Scottsbluff until a replacement is hired for Dr. Mat

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    International partnerships grow Nebraska

    Throughout America’s history, trade has been a fundamental driver of our nation’s growth.

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    Play it safe during harvest

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