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As a result, some alfalfa growers in Nebraska are receiving well over 150 dollars per ton for superior quality dairy hay. But, there are more effective ways to contact buyers.
One is to place your hay on a computer listing in the dairy states.
The construction sector is expected to add 4,000 jobs over the next three years, with annual increases ranging from 2.5 percent to 3 percent.
Agricultural processing, such as a chicken processing plant planned for the Fremont area, is expected to add jobs in non-durable goods manufacturing.
In addition, more home construction is anticipated for Omaha, Lincoln and some smaller cities that have promoted housing development.Nearly 30,000 hams and other pork products were distributed coast to coast in 2016.The hams were distributed at the L Street Sam’s Club in Omaha on Friday, December 15 from 1 p.m. About 160 hams were distributed to 11 organizations.Results for the 2018 survey will be published mid-2018. High rainfall in many areas produced high yields of both grass and alfalfa hay this year.Custom operators who would like be a part of the survey can visit or send their contact information to Glennis Mc Clure at [email protected] via mail to the Department of Agricultural Economics, P. Box 830922, Lincoln, NE 68583-0922For more information, contact Glennis Mc Clure, farm and ranch management analyst in the Department of Agricultural Economics at 402-472-0661 or [email protected] Add to that the high carryover from last year plus lots of crop residues available and you get an abundance of forage for this winter. Suppose someone offered you over 100 dollars per ton for your better alfalfa, like that last cutting this fall.