The state of Nebraska is located on the Great Plains of the Midwestern United States. Nebraska, referred to as the Cornhusker State, is known for its production of corn (ranked third in the country), love of college football, and status of being home to the world’s largest porch swing. The capital of Nebraska is Lincoln and the state’s largest city is Omaha, located on the Missouri River.
As a state once considered part of the Great American Desert, Nebraska is now a top farming and ranching state. Agriculture is the heart of Nebraska as it’s the state’s leading industry. Agriculture contributes over $25 billion to the state annually and is a significant provider of jobs for Nebraskans.
One of the most interesting things about Nebraska is the difference between the eastern half and the western half of the state. While the entire state experiences seasonal variations in terms of temperature and precipitation, each half has its own major climate. The western half of the state has a semi-arid climate while the eastern half has a humid continental climate. To add to their differences, while the eastern half observes the Central Time Zone, the western half recognizes the Mountain Time Zone.
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Superior, Nuckolls County, Nebraska
Denton, Lancaster County, Nebraska
Katie Pocras , Location Real Estate
York, York County, Nebraska
Blair, Washington County, Nebraska
Ashley Kruse , WC Real Estate
Seward, Seward County, Nebraska
Charmaine Kearl , Lincoln First Realty
Fairfield, Clay County, Nebraska
Kathy Tessman , Real Estate Group of Hastings
Gering, Scotts Bluff County, Nebraska
John Molko , Champion Land
Brady, Lincoln County, Nebraska
Tami Timmerman-Lashley , Lashley Land & Recreational Brokers
Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska
Deb Raymond , Stonebridge Solutions Real Estate, LLC
Bennet, Lancaster County, Nebraska
Carma Bryan , BancWise Realty