Alliance farmer Russ Finch demonstrates the greenhouse he designed and built using circulating geothermal heat to successfully brave Nebraska winters and grow hundreds of pounds of citrus fruit every year on an energy cost of $1 a day!
When you're born to parents who make horse saddles and you start life using a saddle box as a crib, the craft is in your blood. Kearney saddle maker Lyle Henderson picked up the trade at 12 years old, and 3,000 saddles later, each of his efforts are a working-class work of art.
Young Nebraska farmers are taking up the challenge of tomorrow's agriculture.
Wattermann Family Farms of West Point show what goes into the creation of high-value heritage turkeys in this stylish video.
Virtually up until the day of his passing early this year, Gering's Charlie Fenster has been studying, perfecting and championing the conservation practices of dryland Nebraska farming. Shaped by the memories of the Dust Bowl disaster of his childhood, he went on to become a world authority on natural agricultural practices that protect the soil even as they improve crop production.