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Nebraska Farm Bureau President Steve Nelson joined Governor Pete Ricketts and other agricultural and economic development leaders in traveling to Japan to promote trade with Nebraska. Japan is Nebraska's third-largest trading partner. See highlights from the trade mission in the video.
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Success in any business depends on energy and innovation. America's Heartland visits Nebraska to meet a young farm family whose efforts impact the kind of crops that make their way to your supermarket. Visit http://tinyurl.com/ykhj8or to see the rest of episode 508.
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http://www.nebraskasoybeans.org | http://www.facebook.com/NebraskaSoybeanBoard Nebraska corn and soybean farmer and past United Soybean Board Chairman, Chuck Meyers discusses how he and his family have embraced technology on the farm to improve production on their 6th generation family farm in northeast Nebraska. By using practices like no-till, Auto-Steer GPS, and the SoyWater tool developed at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The video was developed in conjunction with the United States Farmers and Ranchers Alliance. http://www.http://usfraonline.org/
Its back! Farming in Nebraska the video that started it all, now with commentary for a deeper insight into how farming works and how the original video came to be. Subscribe! Find out even more with pictures here at this link http://www.thejunkmanadv.com/farming-in-nebraska.html
A new exhibit at the Nebraska State Fair is called "Raising Nebraska." It is a collaboration between University of Nebraska-Extension, Nebraska Commodity Organizations and Nebraska Agri-Business Companies. Ken Rahjes talks with Dr. Chuck Hibbard about the project and how it will be utilized year around to help tell the story of Nebraska Agriculture.
Food has become a national obsession and topic of conversation—around the table, on social media and in the news. That's why now, more than ever, it is important to tell agriculture's story to consumers.
This summer, University of Nebraska-Lincoln student researchers Sandeep Bhatti and Bella Possignolo worked with DWFI Faculty Fellow Derek Heeren on a variable rate irrigation (VRI) management project near Mead, Nebraska. Managing the field work and associated data and technology is challenging, but rewarding, as they gain invaluable hands-on experience. DWFI is proud to help foster a new generation of global leaders who will help improve water efficiency and agricultural productivity.
Dr. Eric Thompson, associate professor of economics and director of the UNL Bureau of Business Research, and Rocky Weber, president and general counsel for the Nebraska Cooperative Council, presented a webinar on April 21, 2016, regarding the impact of Nebraska's farmer-owned agricultural cooperatives.