Weekly Radio Report

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.
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NSB Radio Reports


Keith Glewen, Nebraska Extension Educator, gives an update about the 2020 Soybean Management Field Days. This year, the program's research & presentations will be shared and promoted virtually. Farmers and individuals wanting to learn more are encouraged to stay updated by visiting: www.enrec.unl.edu/soydays


Anne Meis, farmer and NSB secretary from Elgin, recaps last week's board meeting and announces NSB elections being held in District 5 & 7. If you are a qualified soybean farmer living in one of the election districts, we encourage to get to know the candidates and vote.


Nathan Dorn, farmer and chairman of the international marketing committee on the NSB, talks about the July meeting, FY21 funding and the At-Large board member who will be voted on at the meeting.


Greg Anderson, farmer and Nebraska Soybean Board member from Newman Grove gives an update on domestic marketing for soy. NSB is working to continue the establishment and partnership with end users to grow domestic and international soybean demand. The summer SoybeaNebraska magazine, hitting mailboxes this week, contains featured content regarding the drive of domestic demand.


Justin McMechan, an assistant professor of entomology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is working with the farming community and his colleagues in four states to learn about and research soybean gall midge. The pest has increased its presence with each cropping season and moved across state lines. Researchers are working to get ahead of the gall midge and are now making strides to understand its lifecycle and habits.


MEG Corp is an industry leader in product solutions, testing services and fuel consulting. They provide technical, educational and promotional support to commodity groups to advance the use of renewable fuels like biodiesel and ethanol by fuel distributors, marketers and end users. Lisa Pedderson, director of operations at MEG Corp, talks about the work with Nebraska soybean farmers and NSB.


June is Renewable Fuels Month in Nebraska. Greg Anderson, farmer and NSB At-Large board member talks about the benefits of biofuels and the benefits for our state. NSB will be promoting the utilization of soybean oil in fuels all month long.


The United Soybean Board (USB) is still working for you. USB is working to provide a safe, high-quality product by continuing our work to support farm families and the soy supply chain. Ron Pavelka, farmer from Glenvil and USB director, gives an update from our soy checkoff.


"Red meat exports added about 85 cents to a bushel of beans. That relationship is solid." John Hinners, vice president of industry relations with The U.S. Meat Export Federation, gives an update on the red meat export industry and talks about the importance of soybeans in the global food chain.


Daryl Obermeyer, farmer and NSB board member from Brownville gives an update on spring planting in his area. He also talks about the recent developments of work being done with the U.S.A Poultry and Egg Export Council (USAPEEC) and the changes of investments due to COVID-19.

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