Nebraska wildlife experts are seeing an uptick in blue tongue disease, a potentially deadly virus that can kill deer, elk and bighorn sheep.
The pork business in Nebraska is well positioned for growth, said Al Juhnke, executive director of the Nebraska Pork Producers Association.
Nebraska's budget surplus is particularly good news for the state's farmers, Mark McHargue, Nebraska Farm Bureau president, said.
Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts isn't mincing words about the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) new guidance urging Americans to wear masks, regardless of their vaccination status.
A $500 million federal investment to increase capacity and production in the meat and poultry processing industry is a step in the right direction, although not a cure-all.
Portions of Colorado, Wyoming, Kansas and Nebraska are under a severe thunderstorm watch July 9, 2021.
Twenty-one states are asking the United States Supreme Court to provide clarity on Second Amendment rights.
A severe thunderstorm watch is in place for portions of eastern Colorado.
Nebraska farmers worry that rising supply costs will only get worse next year.
The end of the fiscal year and the Independence Day holiday could mean that Kansas unemployment payments are delayed the first week of July.