Monthly Archives: July 2011

Food vs. Fuel, Again

If you’ve followed the price of food closely, you know that it’s on an upswing. In fact, statistically, food prices have been high since roughly January 2010 and show no signs of really decreasing. FAO Price Index as of July … Continue reading

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Guest Post – Kris Loberg: Learning from the Past

Hello from the Sr. Most (ok…oldest!) member of Loberg Farms. I’m Kris Loberg or “mom.” Recently our small community celebrated its 125th Birthday. It was a weekend full of family, neighbors and fun. But it also brought to me many … Continue reading

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Phosphates, Fish, and Chihuahua Poo

I was in class a few weeks ago- being a higher level nutrition class, it is full of lots of nutrition science majors, people who are becoming doctors and athletic trainers and people who are going to make a lot … Continue reading

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Summertime Fun

What do you do when you’re a two or three-year-old in the summer when you live in rural Nebraska? LOTS! Exhibit A: Kittens. We currently have 13..all born in the last 7 weeks!               … Continue reading

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Farmland- Who’s Selling and Who’s Buying?

I’m still not in work mode from the long weekend, so I thought I’d share some thoughts from someone else today. If you keep up with farmland prices, the following is some good reading by one of the leading experts … Continue reading

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Q125 Celebration

Our hometown celebrated its Q125 this weekend, and it was fun to see our small community come together for a common cause. The parade was very special for us; we had two tractors that have been in our family for … Continue reading

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