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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.

Food Innovation – Summer 2019

Farmers are dedicated to producing safe and healthy food for consumers. This issue of CornsTalk dives into food innovations that are helping to produce quality food while improving sustainability. To download the full publication, click...

Sustaining the Family Farm – Fall 2018

Many people are surprised to learn that 99% of farms in America are family-owned. That statistic flies in the face of those who believe that we’ve “lost” the traditional family farm to large “corporate farming.” Clearly, that is not the...

Water – Spring 2018

In this issue of CornsTalk, you’ll discover how Nebraska corn farmers are continually improving their use of Nebraska’s most precious resource—water—and how their corn checkoff investments are funding innovative programs designed to ensure...

40th Anniversary – Winter 2018

Looking at the Back 40 – As the Nebraska corn checkoff reaches its 40th year, Nebraska corn farmers are looking back with pride. And looking ahead to what’s next. To download the full publication, click here.

Ethanol Simplified – 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 the pump, and also describes the benefits of using a homegrown, renewable fuel...

Trade Matters – 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 to Nebraska's economy. To download the full publication, click here.

Soil: Where the food chain begins – 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 resource.   To download the full publication, click here.

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