Nebraska Maura rYbicki

Nebraskas nickname, the Cornhuskers stat, comes from corn, which is the leading crop. This nickname also comes from cornhusking contests held in rural Nebraska.

19 century homesteaders in Nebraska enjoyed watermelons

The name Nebraska comes from an American Indian name meaning "flat water"

Cash receipts from farm marketing contributes about an average 25 million to Nebraskas economy

Nebraska ranked 4th in the nation for commercial red meat productions.

Farms and ranches use 92% of Nebraska total land.

Spam is produced in Freemont, Nebraska

Koolaid was invited by Edward Perkins in Hasting, Nebraska.

Nebraska is known for for some other crops, including soybeans, wheat, sorghum, oats, and potatoes.


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