Cows, horses and goats - they are farm animals some Lincoln kids have never seen. But Wednesday, they got a chance.
Updated: 4:56 AM
4-H and FFA livestock exhibitors at the Nebraska State Fair compete to win, and with those ribbons comes a little bit of cash too.
Updated: 6:29 AM
The latest survey of Nebraska farmers suggests the winter wheat crop may be in better shape.
Posted: 7:31 AM
Even though we've experienced a cold month of March, the calendar says it's officially spring. And that means Nebraska cattle producers are into the "calving" season.
Updated: 3:30 PM
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says it will be conducting a labor survey of Nebraska's farms and ranches later this month.
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The USDA reports that farmers intend to plant 97.3 million acres of corn this year, the most since 1936.
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Farmers have a little over six weeks to make sure they're following new oil spill rules, but finding out who needs to be in compliance can be a little tricky.
Updated: 6:39 AM
The State Department announced Wednesday a public meeting to discuss the proposed Transcanada Keystone XL Pipeline will be held in Grand Island next month.
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The continuing drought has struck hard at Nebraska's winter wheat crop.
Updated: 5:19 AM
Experts say Nebraska's reserve of soil moisture is gone, compounding the continuing bad news about Nebraska's drought.
Posted: 5:14 AM
We are talking about beef checkoff dollars.
Find out why some people are considering the pros and cons of a *state* beef checkoff.
Updated: 6:02 PM
A University of Nebraska-Lincoln research project killed 83 cattle.
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A harsh summer drought that threatened Nebraska farms and ranches is prompting lawmakers to take a fresh look at climate change.
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A new report says the value of Nebraska's farmland soared 25 percent last year despite the drought, but experts think values may level off this year.
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US Forest officials are asking for the public's thoughts as they make changes to their travel management system.
Updated: 10:21 PM
Bankers in 10 Midwest and Plains states expect the rural economy to continue growing in the months ahead because of the strength of farm income.
Posted: 4:42 PM
Nebraska has one of the lowest employment rates in the nation. Governor Dave Heineman credits that to agriculture
Updated: 5:51 AM
The Triumph Ag show was recently held at the CenturyLink center in Omaha. We'll find out what kinds of technology farmers and ranchers are looking at this year.
Updated: 5:35 PM
The Nebraska Department of Agriculture is stepping up its efforts to promote farming and ranching to the public.
Posted: 4:41 PM
Two Nebraska Army National Guard units were welcomed home from missions to Afghanistan Thursday morning during a ceremony held at the Nebraska National Guard's Joint Force Headquarters.
Updated: 10:41 PM
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will stock rainbow trout in several city ponds and lakes across the state this month.
Posted: 8:02 AM
The amount of water released into the lower Missouri River will be increased this month, as expected, but will be less than the amount usually released in March, affecting shipping on the river.
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Visitors are flocking to central Nebraska to see the migration of the Sandhill Cranes.
Updated: 4:51 PM
A legislative committee has advanced a bill that would provide tax incentives for Nebraska wind farms, drawing the ire of Gov. Dave Heineman.
Posted: 2:58 PM
Right now the national beef checkoff gets one dollar for every beef animal sold in Nebraska.
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