Weekly Radio Report

Dr. Tom Elmo Clemente is the 2024 recipient of the Larry Tonniges Research Achievement Award, which was given out last week at the NSB March meeting. Tom also gives an update on soy technology and its demand in the renewable fuels industry.

Kris Bousquet with AFAN & the Nebraska State Dairy Association talks about the latest Nebraska Soybean Board See for Yourself Tour, held in California. It was a great opportunity to lead a group of Nebraska farmers through an immersive experience of California’s unique agricultural industry

Wesley Wach, demand and utilization coordinator with the Nebraska Soybean Board (NSB) recaps a recent trade mission to Mexico. NSB joined Ag Processing Inc and other producers from Kansas, Iowa and Missouri on this trade mission to meet with customers of Midwest-sourced soy in western Mexico.

Anne Meis, farmer and Nebraska Soybean Board district director reviews last week's Commodity Classic held in Houston, Texas. There were over 11,500 attendees including more than 4,600 farmers along with exhibitors, industry stakeholders, and ag media at the four-day event.

Lisa Pedderson with MEG Corp. talks about an on-the-farm biodiesel event coming to Holdgrege. Attendees will learn about the latest advancements, dispel myths, tackle common fuel-related issues and get an update on soybean crush capacity in Nebraska from AGP.

Blake Johnson, farmer and Nebraska Soybean Board district director from Holdrege reviews the Clean Fuels Conference and how he uses biodiesel on his own operation.

Laura Thompson, UNL Extension Educator invites you to the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network Results Update Meetings. The meetings will have current information on local research, along with weed and disease management and crop water monitoring and usage.

Chuck Burr, UNL Extension Educator talks about the addition of soybeans to the Testing Ag Performance Solutions (TAPS) farm management competitions for 2024. The inaugural soybean competition will take place at UNL's Eastern Nebraska Research, Extension and Education Center (ENREEC) near Mead, Nebraska, and will be supported by the Nebraska Soybean Board.

Eugene Goering, farmer and NSB director, has been on a mission to showcase the exceptional quality and sustainability of Nebraska and U.S.-grown soybeans. His journeys over the last two months have taken him to South Korea, the Philippines, Vietnam, and Cambodia, spreading the power of soy around the globe.

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.
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