• CropLife America launches new website

    CropLife America last week announced the launch of its revamped website.

  • Working together on tax reform

    Cutting and reforming taxes is key to growing Nebraska. Over the years, together, the Legislature and I have done the hard work needed to hold the line on taxes. Additionally, we have worked together to deliver over $840 million in property tax relief over four years.

  • Ricketts, Murante announce speed limit proposal

    Governor Pete Ricketts and Senator John Murante this week announced the introduction of LB 1009, which will streamline and right-size speed limits for the citizens of Nebraska across the State.

  • Nebraska Extension offering land application training in February

    Eight Nebraska Extension offices across the state will offer workshops in February providing livestock and crop farmers with information on how to turn manure nutrients into better crop yields while protecting the environment.

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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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Goshen County 4-H educator honored for innovative programming

Innovative programming and working across generations are among reasons Goshen County 4-H educator Megan Brittingham received the Newer Employee Award from the University of Wyoming Extension.

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Southeast does well at National FFA Convention

Four Southeast High School students attended the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Ind., to compete in two events.

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SE shows well at Western National Range judging

The Western National Rangeland Evaluation CDE is an event for FFA members to show off their knowledge in rangeland as they compete against one another.

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    NIAA Conference agenda announced

    The National Institute for Animal Agriculture will fuse new features into this year’s conference, titled Livestock Traceability: Opportunities for Animal Agriculture, scheduled for April 10–12 at the Renaissance Denver Stapleton Hotel in Denver, Colo.

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    Nebraska Extension to host Land Application Training

    Nebraska Extension will offer a workshop Feb. 21 in Scottsbluff providing livestock and crop farmers with information on how to turn manure nutrients into better crop yields while protecting the environment.

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    Open House at new Scotts Bluff County Extension location

    Scotts Bluff County Extension office will hold an open house from 3 to 6 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 29 to show its new office space at 4502 Avenue I, Scottsbluff.

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    EDF accepting scholarship applications

    The Equipment Dealers Foundation (EDF), the charitable arm of the Equipment Dealers Association (EDA), has released updated scholarship guidelines and application for the 2018-2019 academic year.

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    Chemigation certification training set

    Nebraska Extension will conduct chemigation certification training sessions beginning in February through early April at Scottsbluff, Sidney, Bridgeport, Alliance and Valentine, as well as other sites around Nebraska, such as Ogallala, North Platte and Ainsworth.

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    Color of the year

    Every new year there is a very important announcement that comes out at the beginning of the year.

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    Braymer Bait

    I started out in the cattle business south of the Little Ear Parallel.

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    Prioritizing rural America

    To kick off 2018, the American Farm Bureau welcomed President Trump to their annual meeting.

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