The debate on whether Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will apply the Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals (PSM) regulations to products such as anhydrous ammonia continues to be a threat to our livelihood and the agricultural industry. READ MORE HERE

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April Was a Good Month

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Corn and soybean markets both made nice moves higher during the month of April. For the month, old crop soybeans advanced $1.35 with the new crop contract adding $1.05. Corn, after taking a major setback following the March 31st prospective planting report, was able to add 55 cents to old crop and 45 cents to […]

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Repetition is Key

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ReachOut: Repetition is Key from Central Valley Ag on Vimeo. This weekend, as I aimlessly scrolled through social media and #plant16 postings, my frustration grew.  The fact that we were in what seemed to be an endless rain delay didn’t help. If I learned anything while growing up helping my Father and Grandfather, it was […]

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Karl Hensley Receives FFA VIP Award

On Thursday April 7, 2016 the Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, NE was filled with blue jackets. Corduroy blue FFA jackets that is. It was the awards ceremony at the 88th Nebraska FFA State Convention, and students flooded into the arena to hear their State Officers deliver awards to outstanding chapters and individuals who help […]

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Debating OSHA Rules on Anhydrous

The debate on whether Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) will apply the Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals (PSM) regulations to products such as anhydrous ammonia continues to be a threat to our livelihood and the agricultural industry. In an effort to express how costly these changes would be to both fertilizer retailers […]

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