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Continuous CRP

We've got some exciting conservation news. The U.S. Department of Agriculture has reopened signups for the continuous conservation reserve program. Agricultural producers who are interested in the program may submit their applications at their earliest convenience.

Census of Agriculture

The USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service or NASS has released data from the 2022 Census of Agriculture. The numbers show that the number of farms in Nebraska during that year was 44,479. That number is a 4 percent decrease from the 2017 census of agriculture.

Cattle Markets | Mike Briggs

Turning our attention over to the Markets. Joining us now to discuss the recent movements in the Cattle Market is the owner and operator of Briggs Feed Yard, Mr. Mike Briggs.

Weekly Forecast | Eric Hunt

We have been experiencing some spring like weather here in the eastern part of the state this week. How has the weather been elsewhere and what can we expect as we look to the week ahead? Nebraska Extension Ag Climatologist and "Market Journal" Chief Meteorologist Eric Hunt has your forecast.

Pre-Planting Planter Maintenance | Paul Jasa

It's that time of year when producers are already asking their peers if they have their planters out. However, before you get out in the field and start planting seed, there are a few things you should check on your planter first. We recently caught up with Extension Engineer, Paul Jasa to find out how producers should approach their pre-planting planter maintenance.

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