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With above-normal temperatures in August speeding corn development, corn in eastern and south central Nebraska is reaching maturity earlier than normal and is undergoing rapid drydown in the field. The

The Nebraska Corn Board applauds the work of President Trump’s administration in reaching a deal that will enhance the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Mexico and Canada have been

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Gov. Pete Ricketts recently appointed two corn farmers to the Nebraska Corn Board. Ted Schrock, from Elm Creek, assumed the director position from the District 6 region and Andy Groskopf,

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The family automobile is not the only piece of equipment that requires routine upkeep to ensure it is operating properly. Life on a farm can come to a screeching halt

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, agriculture is among the most hazardous industries. Fatal and nonfatal injuries pose a significant threat to farmers, including the many young

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We all have a purpose in life. Dr. Michael Teahon, superintendent of schools in Gothenburg, believes one of his purposes is “to work with people and develop school leaders,” according

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