Nebraska Farm Bureau’s “Nebraska Living Magazine,” was created to improve how it serves, communicates and engages with members who live their everyday lives eating the food farmers and ranchers raise with care and precision. We want to connect with our readers by talking about food, the Nebraska farmers and ranchers who grow it, how they can save being a Farm Bureau member and introduce them to a rural lifestyle that is uniquely Nebraska. We hope you enjoy our magazine!
Two girls giggle and dance inside a makeshift barnyard, taking turns running around the corn, sitting in a green tractor, and taking turns feeding the cow and pig. It is a page out of our memory bank, when as kids, we played with the Fischer Price Little People Farm.
After a long week, sometimes a short getaway is in order. But deciding where to go can be difficult. To help you choose the right trip, check out how you can save using Nebraska Farm Bureau’s member benefit travel discounts.
Matt Cover sits behind a horse during the week, working cattle and fixing fences on his family’s ranch near Ashby, Nebraska. Ashby is a small town in Grant County, the heart of the Nebraska sandhills. Matt is proud to be the sixth generation to care for and work this land with Mom and Dad, his twin brother Jeff and older brother Chris. He is also proud of his involvement with the rodeo.
Nebraskans love fishing. This summer explore literally hundreds of Nebraska lakes and river spots to fish at. There are unlimited opportunities to catch a huge variety of fish. While it would be impossible to name all of them, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission offered these fishing spots the next time you head to a fishing hole.