Morgan Wrich

About Morgan

Lexington, Nebraska

My husband, Seth Gebers, and I raise corn to feed cattle near Lexington. We also farm a small piece of ground near York where we rotate corn and soybeans and utilize cover crops. I grew up in Northwest Omaha, so had the privilege of spending many days helping out on my grandparents’ farm in Washington County, where my love for agriculture grew. My undergraduate degree is from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in agricultural leadership, with a minor in agribusiness. I also hold a graduate degree from Kansas State University in agricultural education and communication.

Along with helping out on the farm, I work for Nebraska Extension as a 4-H youth development educator. In this role, I serve the counties of Dawson and Custer. When not working in the office or on the farm, I enjoy chasing after our two dogs, attending Husker football games, and visiting family and friends.

News from Morgan

Midwesterners’ favorite time of year—Sweet corn season!

Midwesterners’ favorite time of year—Sweet corn season!

It’s every Midwesterners' favorite time of year: sweet corn season! During the summer, you can find sweet corn at your favorite roadside stand or at your local grocery store. Many times, that sweet corn was grown right down the road from where it’s being sold. I spent...

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Nebraska-Grown Corn, Soybeans Play a Part in July Festivities

Nebraska-Grown Corn, Soybeans Play a Part in July Festivities

As we get ready to celebrate the Fourth of July, you might be thinking, what do corn and soybeans have to do with this national holiday? As it turns out, quite a bit!   If you live in Nebraska, have visited the state or have driven across Interstate 80, chances...

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