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This week on Market Journal–¦

     Wheat Markets –“ Frayne Olson, North Dakota State Extension economist, discusses the wheat harvest outlook, global supply, and current market trends.
     Net Farm Income –“ For the past two years, net farm income has reached record highs. Nebraska Farm Business, Inc. Executive Director Tina Barrett says this year shows yet another milestone.
     Poisonous Plants –“ Range and pasture lands in Nebraska are often overrun with weeds in late spring and summer. University of Nebraska –“ Lincoln Extension range and forage specialist Jerry Volesky says there are several poisonous weed species in Nebraska.
     DNA Technology Conference –“ Producers can learn about advances in DNA technology at the 4th annual DNA Technology Conference on June 27th at the Meat Animal Research Center near Clay Center. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension beef genetics specialist Matt Spangler talked with us about how DNA technology has progressed and why it–™s important to the beef industry.
     Water Supply –“ The state of Nebraska must provide water to meet requirements regarding endangered species. University of Nebraska –“ Lincoln Extension ag and water law specialist Dave Aiken says a Platte River water plan may change irrigation practices for farmers in two Nebraska natural resource districts.
     Weather Outlook –“ Al Dutcher, University of Nebraska –“ Lincoln Extension statewide climatologist, forecasts the coming week.