Posted: 2:58 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: 3:35 PM A new dean has been selected to lead at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture.
Posted: 6:47 AM Pheasant preservation group Pheasants Forever has named Colby Kerber of Broken Bow as the organization's new regional wildlife biologist for western Nebraska.
Posted: 4:06 PM Drought and disease last year caused significant reductions in whitetail deer populations in Nebraska which cut hunting permit sales and harvest numbers.
Posted: 10:32 PM As long as wolves have been making their comeback, biologists and ranchers have had a decidedly Old West option for dealing with those that develop a taste for beef: Shoot to kill.
Posted: 9:21 PM The federal grazing fee will stay at the minimum allowable level for a seventh straight year -- a development that has rekindled a debate in the West between conservationists and ranchers.
Posted: 6:26 AM Institutes from India and the University of Nebraska have agreed to collaborate on research that will include studies of how crops react to drought.
Posted: 7:01 AM Nearly 2 feet of snow should offer some relief for the parched states in the Great Plains -- but it's no drought-buster.
Updated: 2:10 PM E15 is approved by the EPA to be used in 2001 and newer cars and light-duty trucks, but the product is only being offered at a handful of gas stations across the state.
Updated: 3:35 PM Nebraskans recently gathered at the Women in Agriculture conference in Kearney. We'll learn about Temple Grandin, one of the world's foremost consultants to the livestock industry on animal behavior.
Updated: 8:32 PM Nebraska Ethanol Board Administrator Todd Sneller says there's a fine line between making money and losing money in the ethanol industry.
Posted: 3:46 AM The total number of Nebraska farms and ranches declined slightly in 2012.
Posted: 5:28 AM The number of cattle in Nebraska is down.
Posted: 10:01 PM Women in Agriculture Coordinator Cheryl Griffith says the Women in Ag conference began nearly 30 years ago, and while some issues are the same today's ag generation is a lot different.
Posted: 1:53 PM Climate experts say the drought affecting 56 percent of the country is likely to linger in Plains and Western states this spring and expand in northern California, Texas and Florida.
Posted: 6:09 AM Snowstorm or not, growing cattle must be fed.
Posted: 5:40 AM Parents may not be too happy about their kids getting the day off from school, but drought experts are thrilled with this late February snowstorm in Nebraska.
Updated: 6:15 AM Fifteen years ago then-Nebraska Governor Mike Johanns visited Norm Krug and his Chapman-based popcorn company that was just getting off the ground.
Updated: 3:12 PM The 25th Annual Governor's Ag Conference is in the books. We'll take you to Kearney and hear what some of the hot topics were at this year's big Ag event.