A new study from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln shows that growing the dairy industry, to bringing in processing plants could have serious positive impacts on the State’s economy.
Corn, soybeans and beef. These are common sights on Nebraska farms. But there is another good that farmers say has untapped potential.
“When you bring dairy cows to the state of Nebraska, you’re adding on about $12,000 a cow or more, in economic activity to our state,” said Governor Ricketts.