However, more extreme shortages in surrounding states have increased the need to transport heating fuels through Nebraska. That declaration permitted drivers to work extended hours in order to meet the urgent need for heating fuels in the region.
Nebraska egg production during October totaled million eggs, up from million in October egg production per layers was 2, eggs, compared to 2, eggs in Production included 8. The average number of layers during October totaled million, up 1 percent from last year. October egg production per layers was 2, eggs, up 1 percent from October Total layers in the United States on November 1, totaled million, up 1 percent from last year.
The million layers consisted of million layers producing table or market type eggs, Rate of lay per day on November 1, , averaged Eggs in incubators totaled Domestic placements of egg-type pullet chicks for future hatchery supply flocks by leading breeders totaled thousand during October , down 27 percent from October Eggs in incubators totaled million on November 1, , up 4 percent from a year ago. Leading breeders placed 7. USDA Cold Storage October Highlights Total red meat supplies in freezers on October 31, were up 1 percent from the previous month but down 1 percent from last year.
Total pounds of beef in freezers were down 1 percent from the previous month and down 10 percent from last year.
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Frozen pork supplies were up 3 percent from the previous month and up 8 percent from last year. Stocks of pork bellies were up 13 percent from last month and up 72 percent from last year. Total frozen poultry supplies on October 31, were down 7 percent from the previous month and down 3 percent from a year ago. Total stocks of chicken were up 4 percent from the previous month and up 1 percent from last year.
Total pounds of turkey in freezers were down 25 percent from last month and down 11 percent from October 31, Total natural cheese stocks in refrigerated warehouses on October 31, were down 2 percent from the previous month and down 2 percent from October 31, Butter stocks were down 18 percent from last month but up 3 percent from a year ago. Total frozen fruit stocks were up 21 percent from last month but down 8 percent from a year ago. Total frozen vegetable stocks were up 3 percent from last month but down 2 percent from a year ago.
Customs and Border Protection CBP agricultural inspectors got a boost this week when four additional lawmakers signed on as co-sponsors. David Rouzer R-N. Filemon Vela D-Texas. There are now 15 lawmakers who support the bill, including five original co-sponsors. The bill also authorizes 60 new canine teams over the next three years. Vela's legislation is a companion to a Senate bill that recently passed by unanimous consent in that chamber. Agriculture Census shows Iowa farmers continue to work within narrow—and sometimes negative—margins and a recent Iowa State University report concludes the same, with 44 percent of Iowa farmers reporting they struggle to pay their bills.
As regulations are being reviewed, Iowa farmers still have many agronomic and marketing questions related to this crop. Iverson has been growing industrial hemp since and has been instrumental in CBD oil extraction practices used throughout the hemp industry. Knowing land and capital can be difficult to come by, panelist Kate Edwards of Johnson County, Iowa found success as an organic vegetable farmer, raising a variety of foods on her acre farm. With more food choices available than ever before, Steve Howe of Fremont County has raised outdoor, antibiotic-free hogs for the past 14 years.
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The group received a firsthand look at a cow-calf operation and gained valuable insight from the family on their day-to-day responsibilities on the farm. There was great discussion and I was able to answer their burning questions in a more personalized manner. This event has allowed me to connect with these bloggers and interact with them through social media since their visit. Collectively, this group of ten individuals influences the purchasing decisions of over 3. Laura Fuentes, Momables. Representatives Jimmy Panetta D - 20th Dist. NCBA President Jennifer Houston said that ranchers and farmers are very appreciative of the death tax relief that was passed as part of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of TCJA , but that many cattle producers are either still vulnerable to the death tax or will be vulnerable when the TCJA exemption limits revert back in I applaud Representatives Panetta and Walorski for their leadership and dedication to protecting future generations of agricultural producers who seek to preserve a multigenerational legacy by maintaining a family-owned business.
However, the benefits of Section A have been stymied over the years as the cap on deductions has failed to keep pace with the rising value of farmland.
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The invitation was made during a phone call late last week, inviting U. As previously announced, an interim trade deal between China and the U. Built on 4. AgriEdge from Syngenta integrates Simplot Advisor recommendation tool Syngenta and Simplot Grower Solutions are working together to increase efficiencies for growers through software integration.
This integration is set up through a grower account within Simplot Advisor to protect the data privacy of individual growers, working with their advisors or retail partners, and reduces the burden of time spent on data entry via Simplot Advisor. Now growers who use Simplot Advisor can pull that agronomic recommendation data directly into Land. Using this technology may help result in increased efficiencies from planning through harvest. Overall: The overall index rose to Although still tepid, this is the highest reading for It also marked the fourth time in the past five months that the overall index rose above growth neutral.
Given a continued weak rural economy, bank CEOs, on average, expect holiday buying to increase by only 1. Farming and ranching: The farmland and ranchland-price index for November increased slightly to a weak This is the 72nd straight month the index has remained below growth neutral The November farm equipment-sales index declined to This marks the 74th month the reading has remained below growth neutral On average, bankers expect a 1. Over the past 12 months rural areas in Nebraska have lost jobs at a rate of minus 1.
Over the past 12 months rural areas in Iowa have experienced job additions with a gain of 0. Each month, community bank presidents and CEOs in nonurban agriculturally and energy-dependent portions of a state area are surveyed regarding current economic conditions in their communities and their projected economic outlooks six months down the road.
This survey represents an early snapshot of the economy of rural agriculturally and energy-dependent portions of the nation. The Rural Mainstreet Index RMI is a unique index covering 10 regional states, focusing on approximately rural communities with an average population of 1, It gives the most current real-time analysis of the rural economy. University of Nebraska—Lincoln, Wayne State offering dual-degree program Wayne State College and the University of Nebraska—Lincoln have partnered to offer students an innovative pathway to an agriculture and natural resources degree in northeast Nebraska.
With the growing population of the world, natural resources must be understood and used wisely. In this program, students will study agriculture and biology to become professionals who can apply concepts, processes and procedures to manage resources in the areas of food, animal and plant systems. Students will study biology of natural systems as well as the impact human society has on the natural world. Program candidates will begin their education with coursework at Wayne State, then finish the degree with the University of Nebraska—Lincoln while remaining, if they desire, in northeast Nebraska to complete the final year online or in a laboratory setting.
With these degrees, graduates will be prepared for careers in everything from animals to plants, soil to climate, business to mechanization, leadership to food. Students will take 90 credit hours including 30 hours of general education with Wayne State and finish with 30 credit hours that can be completed online or at the University of Nebraska—Lincoln. The program places a high priority on being responsive to the needs of students. Some students would prefer to stay in northeast Nebraska, here at Wayne State.
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Others may choose to move from Wayne to UNL. I think the key thing here is that the students in this dual-degree program get to experience both campuses, both cultures, and that really is an enriching opportunity where they get to learn about even more perspectives than if they were at one institution.
The Nebraska-Wayne State partnership provides students with a wide range of options that serve their career goals and the Nebraska workforce. So this program is a wonderful opportunity for us to be able to leverage the strengths of our two institutions. The benefit for students is they can obtain a dual credential. There are a lot of opportunities for us to work together to be able to support agriculture and to help develop the next generation of problem-solvers, innovators and leaders that will go on to advance what we do here in northeast Nebraska as well as the state of Nebraska and beyond on the global platform.
This gives students a chance to stay here geographically tethered to their community, contribute to their community and the economy, and really pursue two great degrees from two amazing institutions. The daylong workshop is scheduled in 19 communities throughout the state, between Dec. Extension educators Austin Duerfeldt, Jim Jansen and Allan Vyhnalek have collaborated to develop a program that will address agricultural finance and the real estate market, negotiation skills and considerations for leases and strategies for farmland succession and communication.
Updated information is available at farm. Beef production, at 2. Cattle slaughter totaled 2. The average live weight was down 3 pounds from the previous year, at 1, pounds. Veal production totaled 7. Calf slaughter totaled 55, head, up 3 percent from October The average live weight was down 9 pounds from last year, at pounds. Pork production totaled 2. Hog slaughter totaled The average live weight was up 2 pounds from the previous year, at pounds.
Lamb and mutton production, at Sheep slaughter totaled , head, 3 percent above last year. The average live weight was pounds, down 7 pounds from October a year ago. Accumulated beef production was up 1 percent from last year, veal was down 1 percent, pork was up 5 percent from last year, and lamb and mutton production was down 2 percent.
Workers numbered 43, during the week of October , , up 8 percent from the October reference week. Hired laborers worked an average of October Hired Workers Up 3 Percent; Gross Wage Rate Increased 4 Percent from Previous Year There were , workers hired directly by farm operators on the Nation's farms and ranches during the week of October , , up 3 percent from the October reference week. Workers hired directly by farm operators numbered , during the week of July , , down 5 percent from the July reference week.
According to the Hill, U. Neal said that of five outstanding issues, they had reached agreement on roughly half of them and would continue negotiations next week. He remained hopeful, however, that the deal could be finalized and signed into law before the New Year. For months, Democrats have negotiated with the White House on enforcement provisions in the deal, which they say are critical to earn their support. Democrats say that an agreement on the trade deal could set a precedent for future deals.
Senator Ben Sasse, an outspoken advocate for trade and agriculture, issued the following statement regarding House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's nonsense claim that there isn't "enough time to finish" the USMCA trade agreement in Last week Speaker Pelosi said a vote on the USMCA trade deal was 'imminent,' but today she's saying that there's not enough time to do it this year. That's some pure, grade-a bunk. Let's get this done. The meetings are an opportunity for farmers and crop advisers to hear current research and crop production information from Iowa State University. Extension specialists will travel to 14 locations around Iowa from Jan.