Nutrition & Feeds
Water is considered the single most important nutrient for dairy cattle; yet it is one that frequently gets the least attention. I would even suggest that when we look at agriculture as a whole, there is no more important resource than water. This statement is supported by the fact that The World Economic Forum lists water crisis among the top 10 likely and impactful global risks. We, in Nebraska, are fortunate as we sit above portions of the High Plains Aquifer.
We, in Nebraska, are fortunate for the ample and locally produced feed supplies. Last year, Nebraska produced 288 million bushels of soybeans, placing among the nations top five producing states.