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The Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program at UNL has multiple initiatives to deepen students’ understanding of ag-focused business issues. In all, about 900 UNL students are studying entrepreneurship to some degree.

Omaha World-Herald Editorial, February 2018

Triple E Equine Horse Motel
They opened doors and did lots of really neat classes that combine your passion, what you are good at, and how you can make money doing it.
Emily Eberspacher, Triple E Equine Horse Motel

Pure Nebraska, September 2018

Oxbows Furniture
I hope I can always continue to do what I love to do forever, until my time is up, but more importantly do what I love to do and still reflect the beauty of God’s creation through woodworking.
Aaron Rerucha, Oxbows Furniture

Columbus Telegram, September 2017

Toni Rasmussen
Toni Rasmussen

Four women who found their way to the Nebraska ag industry...and love it!

Nebraska Department of Agriculture Feature, Volume 1, 2018

ChorChek
Long term, I think it’s the goal of people to understand where their food is coming from. I’d like for people to be able to interact with their product like never before. That’s hopefully the future of the product to enhance that farm-to-table experience.
Lukas Fricke, ChorChek

Nebraska Farmer, April 2018

Upstream Farms
We think it was important that our early entrepreneurial ideas failed. One thing we learned is that to be successful you have to be passionate about your product or service.
We know more than the product. We know the process. We have a story and we are on a mission to tell it.
Matt & Joe Brugger, Upstream Farms

Nebraska Cattleman, January 2018