Weekly Radio Report

May is Renewable Fuels Month in Nebraska and Tom Verry with Clean Fuels Alliance America talks about the research and development of biodiesel, renewable diesel and sustainable aviation. He also talks about how these fuels impact Nebraska soybean farmers.

Hoon Ge with MEG Corp has updates about biodiesel during Renewable Fuels Month in Nebraska. MEG Corp is an industry leader in product solutions, testing services and fuel consulting. They provide expertise to fuel distributors, fleets, mechanics and others who utilize fuel in their operations.

Sherry Vinton, Nebraska's Director of Agriculture shares thoughts on the importance of Renewable Fuels Month in Nebraska. Nebraska agriculture is well-positioned to greatly impact the country’s transition to be less carbon-intensive. While new technologies find their footing, corn and soybeans grown right here in Nebraska will continue to feed and fuel the world for a long time.

Greg Anderson, farmer and district director on the Nebraska Soybean Board from Newman Grove, talks about Renewable Fuels Month in Nebraska in the month of May. Renewable Fuels Month highlights the importance of renewable biofuels, such as ethanol and biodiesel, especially for Nebraskans.

Andy Chvatal, executive director of the Nebraska Soybean Board says now is the time to submit requests for funding in FY24. The deadline for submitting proposals is May 12, 2023.

Eugene Goering, farmer and Nebraska Soybean Board district director from Columbus has an update on aquaculture and planting progress.

Wesley Wach, Nebraska Soybean Board demand and utilization coordinator discusses the DustLock™ Matching Funds Program. The program will provide a funds match of up to $10,000 for each applicant or location looking to improve road conditions.

Terri Zimmerman, director of education and outreach for the Nebraska Soybean Board reviews last week's 2023 Nebraska FFA State Convention. Held the last week in March this year, more than 7,600 FFA members traveled from all corners of the state to Lincoln to attend, and 687 students received their State FFA Degrees during the event.

Mike Tomes, farmer and Nebraska Soybean Board district director from Utica reviews last week's research meeting. NSB reviews production and crop research proposals for the upcoming fiscal year.

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.
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