News Releases

LINCOLN, NEB. – Mark Kolterman of Seward has been designated a “Friend of Agriculture” by Nebraska Farm Bureau’s political action committee (NEFB-PAC). Kolterman is seeking re-election to represent District 24 in the Nebraska Legislature. 

LINCOLN, NEB. – The Nebraska Farm Bureau will hold listening sessions across the state in August. The sessions are open to the public and will provide farmers and ranchers with the opportunity to share their thoughts on issues impacting their operations.

LINCOLN, NEB. – Dan Hughes of Venango has been designated a “Friend of Agriculture” by Nebraska Farm Bureau’s political action committee, (NEFB-PAC). Hughes is seeking re-election to the District 44 seat in the Nebraska Legislature. 

LINCOLN, NEB. – Mike Groene of North Platte has been designated a “Friend of Agriculture” by Nebraska Farm Bureau’s political action committee (NEFB-PAC). Groene is seeking re-election to represent District 42 in the Nebraska Legislature. 

LINCOLN, NEB. – State senators Theresa Thibodeau, Brett Lindstrom, and John McCollister, have received the Nebraska Farm Bureau-PAC’s (NEFB-PAC), “Friend of Agriculture” designation. All three candidates reside in Omaha and are seeking re-election to represent their respective districts in the Nebraska Legislature. Thibodeau is seeking re-election to represent District 6, Lindstrom to District 18, and McCollister to District 20.

LINCOLN, NEB. – Tom Brandt of Plymouth has been designated a “Friend of Agriculture” by Nebraska Farm Bureau-PAC (NEFB-PAC), Nebraska Farm Bureau’s political action committee. Brandt is seeking to represent Legislative District 32 in the Nebraska Legislature.  

LINCOLN, NEB. – Bob Evnen of Lincoln has been designated a “Friend of Agriculture” by Nebraska Farm Bureau-PAC (NEFB-PAC), Nebraska Farm Bureau’s political action committee. Evnen is seeking election to serve as Nebraska Secretary of State, replacing John Gale who opted to not seek re-election after having held the office since 2000.

LINCOLN, NEB. – “Nebraska’s farmers and ranchers scored a big victory tonight with the Senate’s passage of their version of the 2018 Farm Bill. In keeping with our principals, the Senate has put together a bill which protects federal crop insurance, provides a series of risk management tools for farmers and ranchers, improves conservation programs and provides funding for trade promotion and livestock disaster programs.”

LINCOLN, NEB. – The Nebraska Farm Bureau (NEFB) is taking steps to deliver better mobile broadband service in rural Nebraska, and the organization will need help from Nebraskans to do it, said Nebraska Farm Bureau President Steve Nelson, June 28.

LINCOLN, NEB. – U.S. Rep. Don Bacon has been designated a “Friend of Agriculture” by NEFB-PAC, Nebraska Farm Bureau’s political action committee. Bacon, who is seeking re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives in Nebraska’s 2nd Congressional District, received the designation based on his work on several policy issues of high priority to Nebraska farmers and ranchers, according to Nebraska Farm Bureau First Vice President Mark McHargue, who chairs the NEFB-PAC.