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Sugar Beet / Corn Edition: Corn board to meet

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
LINCOLN, The Nebraska Corn Board will hold its next meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015 at the Hyatt Place, located at 600 Q St. in Lincoln.
The board will address regular board business.

Sugar Beet / Corn Edition: Two Neb. companies receive USDA awards

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
WASHINGTON, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced that U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is making $5.6 million in grants to 220 producers across the nation to support the production of advanced biofuels.
Ag Processing, Inc. headquartered in Omaha will receive $388,036 in payments for biodiesel production from soybean, canola and waste vegetable oils at their St. Joseph, Mo., Sargeant Bluffs,

Sugar Beet / Corn Edition: Raising Nebraska takes top honors in IAFE awards competition

Posted: Thursday, Dec 18th, 2014
GRAND ISLAND, The new Raising Nebraska exhibit at the Nebraska State Fair raised eyebrows by taking top honors in two categories in an awards competition conducted by the International Association of Fairs & Exhibitions (IAFE). The award ceremony took place last week in Las Vegas, Nev.

Sugar beet / corn edition: Western Sugar Cooperative pays fine

Posted: Wednesday, Dec 10th, 2014
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP), The Western Sugar Cooperative recently paid a $7,000 fine in connection with a workplace accident that killed a woman at its beet-processing plant in Lovell early this year.
The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services issued citations to Western Sugar alleging 12 violations following the January death of 28-year-old Anfesa Galaktionoff.

Sugar beet / corn edition: Bulletin breaks down livestock, wildlife grazing competition

Posted: Wednesday, Dec 10th, 2014
LARAMIE, Wyo., A new bulletin from the University of Wyoming (UW) Extension covers livestock and wildlife grazing competition and the facts leading to dietary overlap.
"Dietary Composition and Conflicts of Livestock and Wildlife on Rangeland" explains the distinctions between types of roughages and the physiological reasons why animals prefer grazing on certain plant types.

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