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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.

Cornstalk Winter 2014

This issue provides factually information on GMOs and the GMO benefits that may surprise you.  

Cornstalk Fall 2014

Highlights in this issue: What’s up with falling corn prices, Key issues facing Nebraska corn farmers, Why corn matters to all Nebraskans and more.

Cornstalk Spring 2014

Retiring Corn Board Ex. Director looks back and forward.

Cornstalk Winter 2013

Articles about GMO Products, Consumer fuel choices and Farm Bill Legislation.

Cornstalk Fall 2013

Explains how exports effect our economy, Nebraska Beef Mission to Japan highlights and three things you should know about the Farm Bill.

Cornstalk Summer 2013

Farmers join conversations about food and farm women connect with urban moms.  Updates on Centennial Mall, State Fair and Ag Literacy Initiatives.  Also news on … Read More »

Cornstalk Spring 2013

Omaha and Lincoln Business Leaders speak out about the Urban Connections with Agriculture. Corn Chips of a Different Flavor are highlighted.  Did you know that … Read More »

Cornstalk Fall 2012

Drought turns a promising year upside down – and what is the drought’s impact on food prices? Do higher corn prices mean food prices will … Read More »

Cornstalk Summer 2012

How can Innovation Campus impact rural Nebraska and corn farmers? Find out in this edition CornsTalk! You’ll also find details on water use, corn “chips”, … Read More »

Cornstalk November 2011

Facts and figures on corn industry, ethanol and livestock.

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Nebraska Corn Board works to promote the value of corn by creating opportunities.

Contact

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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