Nebraska Soybean Weekly Radio Update
Nebraska soybean farmers face important issues in the field and market. Listen to the Nebraska Soybean Weekly Radio Update to keep up with the latest in soybean programs, news from the field, and interviews from your district representatives on the Nebraska Soybean Board.
The weekly, two-minute program updates soybean farmers about current events and projects supported with Nebraska soybean checkoff dollars.
Listen to the weekly radio update on the following stations or from the archive below.
- KRVN AM/FM
- KTIC AM/FM
- KAWL AM
- KTMX FM
NSB Radio Reports
Mike Steenhoek, executive director of Soy Transportation Coalition talks about the investment Nebraska soybean farmers have made to increase soybean meal exports.
Wesley Wach, new Nebraska Soybean Board staff member introduces himself and talks about two different trade teams that are spending time in Nebraska this week.
Dan Feige is the owner of DustLock. We review comments he received at Husker Harvest Days last week on the Nebraska Soybean Board-sponsored application of the product.
Greg Greiving, farmer and United Soybean Board director from Chapman encourages attendees of Husker Harvest Days to stop by the Commodities Building.
Eugene Goering, farmer and Nebraska Soybean Board member from Columbus reviews the recent Soy Aquaculture Alliance meeting and has an update on activities on farms in his area.
Doug Saathoff, farmer and chairman of the Nebraska Soybean Board gives some takeaways from the recent Soy Connext meeting in San Diego.
Tom Hoxmeier, communications coordinator for the Nebraska Soybean Board talks about DustLock, a soybean oil-based dust suppressant and road stabilizer, that has been applied to the roads around Husker Harvest Days.
Mike Tomes, farmer and newly appointed Nebraska Soybean Board member from Utica introduces himself and talks a little about his operation.
Jason Penke, Nebraska Soybean Board member from Craig, reviews the latest North Central Soybean Research Program meeting.
We learn more about Dylan Mangel, new Plant Pathologist at UNL Extension and a reminder for producers that next week is Nebraska Soybean Management Field Days.