This Week's Show
Youth Crop Challenge
Registration for the 2023 Youth Crop Scouting Competition is now open for FFA and 4-H members who have completed grades 5 through 12. The competition slated for august 2nd will cover various agricultural topics from the basics of crop scouting to managing plant diseases. If you or anyone you know is eligible and may be interested in signing up for the 2023 Youth Crop Scouting Competition registration is now open and will close on July 15th.
We are going to take you to the Nation’s Capital as we recently went there ourselves. Nebraska has three representatives in the house - Congressman Adrian smith, Don Bacon, and Mike Flood. In the other chamber, it is Senator Deb Fischer and Pete Ricketts representing the Cornhusker State. All five sat down with Market Journal last month to discuss the issues they are working on that impact Nebraska Ag producers.
USDA Regional Food Center
Last week USDA Undersecretary Jenny Lester Moffitt visited UNL to participate in a round table discussion about a new 25-million-dollar center that was announced earlier this month.
Weekly Forecast | Bill Boyer
It is a new month with many of the same challenges facing us from last month. What's in store for the week ahead? Bill Boyer lets us know.
Crop Talk, Strategic Planning | Jay Parsons
What are the characteristics of a good farm manager? Some may say success results from a conglomeration of several factors including a good combination of strategic planning and decision-making abilities. We recently spoke with Farm and Ranch Management Specialist Jay Parsons to discuss the value of strategic planning for farmers and ranchers.
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