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Northey presents award during Agribusiness Showcase in Sioux Center

Iowa's Secretary of Agriculture presented a special award Wednesday during the Agribusiness Showcase in Sioux Center. 

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Small, midsize farms decreasing in Nebraska

The U.S. Department of Agriculture says small and midsize farms across Nebraska have lost much of their land and revenue to bigger operations over the past two decades. 

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New rebellion against wind energy stalls or stops projects

Opponents of wind power are stalling or shooting down wind-farm projects across the country, especially in the Midwest Opponents of wind power are stalling or shooting down wind-farm projects across the country, especially in the Midwest

Opponents of wind power are stalling or shooting down wind-farm projects across the country, especially in the Midwest

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ADM plans to invest $196 million in Iowa grain plant updates

Archer Daniels Midland plans to invest $196 million in its grain processing plant in Clinton, Iowa

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TransCanada's Keystone Pipeline spill cleanup on schedule Video included

TransCanada Corp. says cleanup of a massive on-shore oil spill from Keystone Pipeline in South Dakota is halfway done.    

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Gov. Ricketts announces significant increase in Nebraska beef, pork exports in 2017

Nebraska is a national leader in every aspect of the beef industry: cow/calf, backgrounding, corn, cattle feeding and processing.

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South Dakota manufacturer to move to Nebraska

A barn kit manufacturing company in South Dakota has announced plans to move the company to eastern Nebraska, bringing at least a dozen jobs with it. More>>

This Super Bowl the USDA recommends a winning play against bacteria

Follow USDA’s winning plays to combat foodborne illness at your Super Bowl party.

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Freeze on the Farm: Cattle taking on arctic temps

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A bitter cold that stops even the toughest Iowans in the tracks, well, except for some four-legged Iowans. For cattle, this cold weather has them feeling good and kicking up their heels, literally.

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