• Stay Informed

    Legislative efforts to benefit your business, employees, and the industry.


  • Invested in You

    More is Accomplished by Working Together, than Separately

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  • Find Professional Development Opportunities Near You


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    Keeping Members Informed and Represented

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Who We Are

Since 1896, the Nebraska Grain and Feed Association (NEGFA) has helped its members - the grain elevators, grain cooperatives, feed manufacturers, feed retailers, ethanol plants, and associated businesses - to stay informed of state and national legislative and regulatory changes. The Association provides members with information, professional development opportunities, and networking with colleagues at events throughout the year.

The Association is the advocate for Nebraska's food and feed supply chain businesses. We're more than the "middlemen."  Our members help farmers and ranchers get agricultural products from the field to your fork. They also manufacture agricultural products which help you daily. We strive to keep our members informed and connected to the groups, companies, and individuals who can best answer their questions and problem solve with them.

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It's Planting Time!

Treated Seed PosterHelp the industry maintain quality products and reduce headaches. Remind your employees and farmers about the importance of taking precautions to ensure treated seed does not enter the grain supply. Seed treatment technologies are an effective agronomic tool that provides seeds the necessary protection for a strong, healthy start but must be handled properly. Don't forget to post your treated seed sign!

Need a Treated Seed Poster? Visit NEGFA Store 

Resources, such as The Guide to Seed Treatment Stewardship, are available to assist farmers. The guide is the result of a partnership between ASTA and CropLife America to communicate the importance of proper handling, storage, and disposal of treated seed. Farmers can also consult with their seed dealer.

If you have any questions regarding the new website or how to enter information please contact our office at 402.476.6174 or email the office.