Miller elected to Texas Plant Protection Association board of directors
By Blair Fannin
Travis Miller, interim associate director for state operations with the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, has been el
Nebraska wheat farmer leads by example
By Jennifer M. Latzke
It’s wheat harvest in southwest Nebraska and Dan Hughes is a bit concerned.
The winter wheat on his family’s farm near Venango, Nebraska, is some of the best he’s seen in years.
Sept. 1 deadline approaching for CALP
The Colorado Agricultural Leadership Program (CALP) is seeking individuals interested in enhancing their understanding of public affairs and developing their expertise to play a leading role in guiding the
Grain inspections to resume at Port of Vancouver
A tentative agreement has been reached in a long-running labor dispute between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and Pacific Northwest Grain Companies. The agreeme
USDA Rural Development assists Nebraska Vocational Agriculture Center with needed improvements
USDA Rural Development recently announcedw a $1,255,000 loan to the Nebraska Vocational Agri
Living and Working on the Land conference Sept. 3-4 in Sheridan
Backyard poultry, horse health and boarding, beekeeping, growing small fruits and alternative energy are among topics at a conference Sept. 3 to 4 in Sher
Scientists find a 'bio-bandage' for banged-up potatoes
By Jan Suszkiw
Agricultural Research Service
There’s nothing like hot, creamy mashed potatoes with some butter sliding off the side. But maybe you’ve noticed that while
Storage problems likely with bumper corn crop
Farmers should look now for storage options for 2014’s bumper corn harvest.
University of Missouri Extension (MU) specialist Bill Wiebold said farmers may hold onto corn this year to sell i