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Cow-calf commentary: Sensationalizing weather

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 18th, 2015
By Shaun Evertson

Lucky to have survived.
The National Weather Service appears to have abandoned science and objectivity for sensationalization and witchcraft. Their forecast for Tuesday's wintry storm was just short of apocalyptic, calling for up to 10 inches of snow driven by sustained winds in excess of 50 mph. They got an early start on their hysteria

Grain Marketing workshops in Scottsbluff, Sidney

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 18th, 2015
SCOTTSBLUFF, Post-Harvest Grain Marketing Workshops will be offered in Scottsbluff and Sidney in December to assist grain producers in creating a written post-harvest marketing plan that is right for them.
Nebraska Extension Educators will present location- and commodity-specific marketing information. Topics include developing a written marketing plan, and understanding basis and carrying charges. The workshops feature the Marketing in a

Winter weather nips in at week’s beginning

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 18th, 2015
By Shaun Evertson

KIMBALL, The first wintry storm blew into the tri-state region late Monday and early Tuesday. The storm brought coolish temperatures and light to moderate snow blown before brisk winds.
As is often the case in autumn, precipitation at the leading edge of the storm was rain, which quickly became crusting ice as the weather system's cold

Pleasant conditions aid harvest, crop maturation

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 11th, 2015
KIMBALL, With the exception of a couple of days of cool and moisture last week, weather conditions across the tri-state region have continued to be nearly ideal for harvest activities and to promote final crop maturation.
Although most locations across the region have seen temperatures dip into the lower 20s and even teens, large areas have yet to see a

Praying for Nebraska, Wyoming

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 11th, 2015
TORRINGTON, Wyo., Even the most ardent believer will admit, if they are being honest, ignoring God's voice is often easier than doing what He asks.
And what better time to pretend to go deaf than when God asks you to give up everything, build a 10-foot cross and carry it across the U.S., with no particular end point in mind.

Nebraska Farmers Union hails Keystone XL Pipeline rejection

Modified: Wednesday, Nov 11th, 2015
For the Farmer

LINCOLN, Nebraska Farmers Union President John Hansen issued the following statement relative to President Obama's formal rejection of TransCanada's application for the Keystone XL pipeline:
"President Obama's formal rejection is a major victory for landowners in the path of the pipeline, our soil and water resources, our efforts to constructively slow the rate of

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