Marc Mroczek is excited to be a Swede. As someone who is from a from a small town, the opportunity to come to Gothenburg is something Mroczek said his family
Cattle producers base major decisions such as calving season on expected economic outcomes which include productivity, input costs, personal capability, individual preferences, markets, and so on. Calving systems are generally
Nebraska’s new State Poet Laureate, Matt Mason, will be hosting a poetry slam competition in Gothenburg as part of his role with the Nebraska Writer’s Collective. The Swede Louder Than
Tiffany Hoaglund doesn’t sleep much these days. She doesn’t have time. As a large animal veterinarian in a state where cattle outnumber residents nearly four-to-one, Hoaglund’s nights are filled with
We celebrate National Ag Week to recognize the tireless efforts of our farmers and ranchers to feed the American people and a sizeable portion of the rest of the world.
College students were inspired by mentors and role models during the recent Nebraska Women in Ag conference in Kearney Seven student members of the Women in Ag club from the