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Nebraska Congressman Adrian Smith says cuts to farm subsidies and other rural programs outlined in President Donald Trump's budget proposal will likely be "perceived as unfair cuts" by constituents and Congress Nebraska Congressman Adrian Smith says cuts to farm subsidies and other rural programs outlined in President Donald Trump's budget proposal will likely be "perceived as unfair cuts" by constituents and Congress

Rep. Smith of rural Nebraska concerned over proposed ag cuts in Trump budget

Nebraska Congressman Adrian Smith says cuts to farm subsidies and other rural programs outlined in President Donald Trump's budget proposal will likely be "perceived as unfair cuts" by constituents and Congress

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Nebraska cattle producers excited for China trade Video included

Andy Reigle of Reigle Cattle Company, is one of these excited producers. "We're very optimistic about where this trade deal will go," Reigle said. "It's something we've been looking forward to for 13 years. it's been brought up a few different times but never been done."

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Ag land property values have dropped, Nebraska report says

A new state Revenue Department preliminary report says agricultural land property values have dropped in Nebraska for the first time since at least the early 1990s A new state Revenue Department preliminary report says agricultural land property values have dropped in Nebraska for the first time since at least the early 1990s

A new state Revenue Department preliminary report says agricultural land property values have dropped in Nebraska for the first time since at least the early 1990s

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South Dakota crop progress and condition

For the week ending May 21, 2017, cool, wet weather limited fieldwork across parts of South Dakota, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. 

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Nebraska crop progress and condition

For the week ending May 21, 2017, temperatures averaged three to five degrees below normal, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. 

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Iowa crop progress

Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey commented Monday on the Iowa Crop Progress and Condition report released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistical Service.   

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Ag Secretary Perdue touts veterans' programs in South Dakota

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue will visit South Dakota to discuss his department's initiatives for bringing veterans into agriculture. 

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Prospect of NAFTA rewrite gives US farmers a case of jitters

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Iowa crop progress and condition report

Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey today commented on the Iowa Crop Progress and Condition report released by the USDA National Agricultural Statistical Service. 

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Strawberry season getting underway across Iowa

Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey today said that many strawberry growers across the state are predicting a bumper crop and encouraged Iowans to take advantage of these delicious, fresh berries by visiting a local strawberry patch at a local farmers market. 

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Gov. Ricketts applauds news that China plans to reopen market to American beef

Governor Pete Ricketts issued a statement following news that American and Chinese officials had struck a deal that will allow American beef into China for the first time since 2003.

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Storms cause flooding in Sioux County farmland Video included

Several tornadoes touched down, Wednesday afternoon, including two confirmed touchdowns in Sioux County. 

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How's the future looking for the family farm? Video included

We rely on our farmers to feed the world, but they're in a constantly-changing and always-uncertain profession. Is farming still a profitable and desireable line of work? We rely on our farmers to feed the world, but they're in a constantly-changing and always-uncertain profession. Is farming still a profitable and desireable line of work?

We rely on our farmers to feed the world, but they're in a constantly-changing and always-uncertain profession. Is farming still a profitable and desirable line of work?

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From moo to goo

It's a new system that scientists have developed to turn methane into a useful substance. 

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