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Cornstalk

CornsTalk is a newsletter produced by the Nebraska Corn Board that covers important subjects and provides regular updates on various programs of interest to corn growers and others.

Ethanol Simplified – CornsTalk Fall 2017

Nebraska’s ethanol industry is a major economic driver for the state. This fall 2017 edition of CornsTalk focuses on the different choices consumers have at … Read More »

Trade Matters – CornsTalk Spring 2017

Trade Matters because 95% of the world’s population lives outside of the United States. This edition of CornsTalk focuses on the importance of ag trade … Read More »

Soil: Where the food chain begins – CornsTalk Winter 2017

The food chain begins with soil. In this issue of CornsTalk, you’ll discover how Nebraska corn farmers are continually improving their management of this precious … Read More »

Nurturing the Next Generation of Ag Leaders. CornsTalk Fall 2016

This issue focuses on the next generations of Ag Leaders in Nebraska. It highlights the Internships the Nebraska Corn Board offers, the Nebraska Agricultural Youth … Read More »

What’s in our fuel is killing us. Cornstalk Summer 2016

This issue discusses the human health effects of toxic fuel additives and how American Ethanol makes our fuel safer.

Agriculture & Economic Development in Nebraska Spring 2016

This issue focuses on the synergies between agricultural development and the benefits of such to the economic development of our state. Articles include an eye … Read More »

Returning to the Herd – Cornstalk Winter 2016

This issue highlights the changing role of women in Nebraska agriculture.

Cornstalk Fall 2015

Family farms are the focus of this publication.  Also included is an infographic showing the uses of corn in Nebraska.

Cornstalk Summer 2015

This issue is focused on many aspects of ethanol, with an article showcasing the American Ethanol labels that are beginning to be adopted and more.

Cornstalk Spring 2015

This issue includes articles on current research asking the question could corn help fight obesity and an article on how ethanol creates healthier air.  

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    Food & Fuel Information2018 Ag Champions ProgramE85 Cost Comparison2018-2019 InternshipsCommon GroundAm Ethanol LabelsSustaining InnovationCommodity Checkoffs 101
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Nebraska Corn Board works to promote the value of corn by creating opportunities.

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Nebraska Corn Board
301 Centennial Mall South, 4th Floor
P.O. Box 95107
Lincoln, NE 68509-5107
Tel 402-471-2676
Fax 402-471-3345
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