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Drought costs Nebraska corn crop nearly a quarter billion dollars

December 7, 2012

This past summer, the heat arrived and the rain went away. All of Nebraska and about two-thirds of the United States was left in a crippling drought. The drought caused corn, Nebraska’s biggest cash-crop, to take a serious hit. Despite higher prices, the Nebraska Corn Board’s latest estimates are that Nebraska’s corn crop will be worth about $240 million less this year than last year’s.

V-Bar & Plammers, a Christmas hit

December 7, 2012

Rope a

Christmas Hit

 

Plammers & Saddle Plammers

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