Nebraska Ag Update  |  January 11, 2019
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NDA’S 2019 poster contest to highlight colorful Nebraska agriculture

From vibrant colors of crops, to colorful livestock, to the flavorful food on your plate, Nebraska agriculture is diverse and full of color. The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) is asking students to show just how colorful the state’s ag industry is by entering NDA’s annual poster contest. The contest, in its 16th year, is open to all Nebraska students in grades 1-6.  
“Agriculture is Nebraska’s number one industry, and our annual poster contest is a great way for students to show what they know about Nebraska agriculture while highlighting the many contributions agriculture makes to our state,” said NDA Director Steve Wellman. “This year’s poster contest theme, ‘The Many Colors of Nebraska Agriculture,’ gives students the chance to showcase the state’s ag industry with the colors that are all around.” » Read more

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Ag Poster Contest with Christin Kamm

The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) is once again asking kids to channel their creativity and enter this year’s poster contest highlighting the state’s ag industry. Learn more about the contest on this week's NDA Update. » Listen here

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