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Students Raise Cattle For School Project, Serves In Cafeteria

There’s an assignment for its students that lasts year-round to spark interest in agriculture. AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben shows us putting its own flair on the farm to fork movement.

1 year ago
Students Raise Cattle For School Project, Serves In Cafeteria

There’s an assignment for its students that lasts year-round to spark interest in agriculture. AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben shows us putting its own flair on the farm to fork movement.

1 year ago
NE Producers Continue To Rebuild Post Flood after Losing Half of Herd

While some producers near the Elkhorn River in Scribner Nebraska are in the process of cleaning up. AgDay Betsy Jibben heads to Scribner, Nebraska. She talks with Aaron Lange and Angie Lange.

1 year ago
The border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona.
President Declares National Emergency at the Southern Border

President Trump ignited a new firestorm after signing a spending bill to keep the government open.

1 year ago
Rancher Describes California Camp Fire

California farmers, ranchers and others in the community are still dealing with the impacts of the Camp Fire. AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben talks with rancher Holly Foster of Oroville, California.

1 year ago
Providing the right type of mineral with diets containing distillers can alleviate potential health problems and often times be more cost effective as well.
Distillers Grains Offers Supplementation Options for Cattle Producers

Over past two decades, ethanol production has increased, and in turn, the byproduct of this industry (distillers grains) has become more available. 

2 years ago
Steven Hammond (second from left) and Dwight Hammond (fourth from left) have been pardoned by President Donald Trump.
Trump Issues Pardon For Hammonds

Steven Hammond (second from left) and Dwight Hammond (fourth from left) have been pardoned by President Donald Trump.

2 years ago
Drought, prolonged cold weather, and the resulting lengthen winter grazing season, all contributed to a slow green-up in the Midwest this year.
Slow Pastures? Delay Fertilizer Application Until After First Cutting

Drought, prolonged cold weather, and the resulting lengthen winter grazing season, all contributed to a slow green-up in the Midwest this year. University of Missouri's Craig Roberts says focus on the second hay cutting.

2 years ago