sus•tain•a•bil•i•ty

(noun) supplying a growing world with food, fuel, feed and fiber – while safeguarding its resources for future generations

Our world’s resources matter

The ag industry is not only taking action to achieve global sustainability – it is experiencing measurable results. Every year Nebraska corn farmers are growing more with less – less water, fewer chemicals, smaller plots of land and a lower impact on the environment. This efficiency is just one way farmers are determined to protect the world’s resources – while feeding, clothing and fueling infinite future generations.

Old as Dirt

Conservation-centered agricultural practices are restorative for ecosystems above and below the Earth’s surface – and this is nothing new!

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Field to Market

Agriculture’s environmental footprint affects all of us, but it’s an especially high priority for the men and women who live and work within the agricultural supply chain.

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Sustainability

The ag industry is not only taking action to achieve global sustainability – it is experiencing measurable results. Every year Nebraska corn farmers are growing more with less – less water, fewer chemicals, smaller plots of land and a lower impact on the environment.

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In All Kinds of Weather

The world’s food supply is depending on millions of family farmers just like the Borgs – families who don’t quit in the face of bad weather, bad luck or even personal tragedy.

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CornsTalk is a newsletter produced by the Nebraska Corn Board that covers important subjects and provides regular updates on various programs of interest to corn growers and others.