Market Journal Reports from the Nebraska Farming Power Show

Nebraska Power Farming Show
Market Journal was among the more than 2,000 exhibitors at this week's Nebraska Power Farming Show in Lincoln. Set on nine acres, it's billed as the second largest indoor ag show in the nation.

Market Journal Reports from the Nebraska Farming Power Show

This week Market Journal broadcast from the Nebraska Power Farming Show in Lincoln where there were more than 2,000 exhibitors showing products and services aimed at helping farmers become more productive and more profitable. Market Journal talked with the show's market director Cindy Feldman about this year’s event and its role in helping producers across the state. They also visited with some of the attendees and share highlights from the show. View this segment.

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USDA Irrigation Project

UNL Associate Professor Trenton Franz stops by to discuss a project looking at how to cut irrigation costs without reducing effectiveness.

Analyzing the Markets

Mike Briggs, feedlot manager of Briggs Feed Yard, offers his projections for cattle prices and inventory numbers going into 2020. Mike also explains what the wide spread between choice and select beef is telling us.

High Interest Rate Loans

In challenging times, some farmers are finding themselves strapped for cash and turning to nontraditional lenders for higher interest loans. It’s a risky move that could save the farm or break it. Tina Barrett, executive director of Nebraska Farm Business Inc., breaks it down.

Al’s Forecast

Nebraska Extension Ag Climatologist Al Dutcher fills us in on what we can expect from mid-December to Christmas.

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