March 10, 2020

Wining and Craning In Central Nebraska

By Mick McDowell, a Nebraska a winemaker A brief numbers focus today Week 4 – Sandhill Crane Counts 2020 – as reported by Andrew Caven, Director of Conservation Research.   “Sandhill Cranes leaped into Nebraska this the leap day” as we counted a bias adjusted 196,400+/- 47,570 Sandhill Cranes, well up from last week’s count of […]

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February 29, 2020

Pruning Grapes in the Central Nebraska Flyway

Nebraska Wine. . Amidst Cows and Corn By Mick McDowell, a Nebraska a winemaker Today it’s supposed to be 65°F and nearly 70°F in another week.   We’re already seeing plenty of Canadian and Snow geese in the area, which means that the Great Migration of the Sandhill Cranes isn’t far behind. Yet, if you’re a […]

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February 26, 2020

Nebraska Wine Winning Big

Surrounded by bovines (cows), maze (corn) and Big Red Football fans, Nebraska winemakers, continue winning in HUGE ways!  Some people say awards are old news, but I’m talking awards that are more than participation ribbons. Theses kind of awards scream quality and Champion of the World! Yes, here in Nebraska we plant corn, like farmers […]

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