Gov. Pete Ricketts has criticized easements in opposing President Joe Biden’s plan to boost conservation. Some Nebraska farmers say the programs help them — and the environment.
Content by CommonGround Nebraska. CommonGround Nebraska volunteer, Melisa Konecky, discusses how artificial insemination benefits dairy farming.
Content by CommonGround Nebraska. CommonGround Nebraska volunteer, Lisa Lunz, explains what GMOs are and how they are useful.
Content by CommonGround Nebraska. CommonGround Nebraska volunteer, Sara Sindelar, discusses common "meatless meat" misconceptions.
Sustainable farming means looking up rather than down when you plant.
Rowan Atkinson, Kate Beckinsale and Ricky Gervais were among the winners at the National Film Awards UK in London on Thursday (01.07.21).
Content by CommonGround Nebraska. CommonGround Nebraska volunteer, Karah Perdue, answers questions about animal welfare.
Two University of Nebraska-Lincoln students have developed a robot to "do the work that no farmer should."
The Prince of Wales says "the very future of humanity" may depend on a transition to more sustainable farming practices
Six generations of the Grotz family have worked the land, and two brothers with their sons are now heavily involved in separate-but-equal, neighboring operations.
Rowan, 6, of Bertrand died Jan. 3 at University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha due to a brain aneurysm.
And they say it could bring higher quality products to your table.
“The future of hemp is bigger than anything I’ve ever seen,” Tom Schwarz said. “Of all the crops we’ve grown here, this has the most potential ... things we haven’t even thought of.
Incredible video shows a dust storm sweeping through an Arizona dairy farm. Buzz60’s Mercer Morrison has the story.
LINCOLN — Nebraska farmers’ planting progress continued to outpace last year and the five-year average by the end of last week with 91 percent…
SUMNER — There is no quarantine at Beattie Family Farms west of Sumner, no furloughs, no days off and almost no time to think when there are c…
As the demand for certain types of produce declines in the U.S. amid the coronavirus pandemic, some farmers are being forced to destroy their …