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FSA, UNL | Event Update

We have some UNL event and FSA updates to share with you. For more details on these developments, we're turning things over to Market Journal Producer Bill Dodd.

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Prescribed Burns | Jerry Volesky

It's not too early to begin thinking about the spring. Spring is the time when prescribed burning of pasture and CRP lands tend occur. We were able to catch up with Extension Educator Jerry Volesky at this year's Husker Harvest Days to get some advice when it comes to planning and executing a prescribed burn on your property.

In the Markets | Jeff Peterson

Joining us earlier this week to share his thoughts on the latest in the Markets was Jeff Peterson, the President of Heartland Farm Partners. We began by discussing the position of the funds.

Weekly Forecast | Eric Hunt

Things have been mild this week. How are things looking next week as people plan to hit the road for turkey day? Nebraska Extension Ag Climatologist and "Market Journal" Chief Meteorologist Eric Hunt lets us know.

Windmill Pines | Christmas Tree Farm

There is nothing quite like having a real Christmas tree in your living room. One farm near Seward Nebraska would like to help you make that sentiment a reality. Today we look back at what may have possibly been the coldest outdoor shoot ever as we discuss Christmas trees at Windmill Pines.

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Market Journal is information for agricultural business decisions. Our work is first measured by this standard. We are determined to help the agricultural producer improve their bottom line, to help make the business more profitable.