Eric Thompson, director of the Bureau of Business Research at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, talks about a new study into the economic benefits of adding dairy processing plants to the Husker state.

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Nebraska has always been the beef state, but it is rapidly becoming the dairy state, at least in terms of dairy heifer development. Operations in Oshkosh, McCook, Wynot and a new Marshland Acres facility near Hershey, in Lincoln County show how quickly this industry can grow in the right place.

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After months of challenging negotiations on Capitol Hill, President Donald Trump signed into law a budget deal in early February that includes provisions that will reform the dairy safety net into a more effective resource for farmers facing 2018’s challenging milk price environment.

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