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Member Resources

This page offers information on many of our member programs, information on purchasing our directory, advertising in the directory or magazine, and more.

All downloadable files are available in Adobe Acrobat Reader Format, (.pdf)

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Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Checklist

  • Use this handy checklist from The Fertilizer Institute to stay safe this season

Storage and Handling of Anhydrous Ammonia

  • For storage and handling of Anhydrous Ammonia, please contact the Nebraska State Fire Marshal office for regulations at (402) 471-2027.


Effective January 1, 1996 Federal Law requires all firms that employ drivers of commercial vehicles, to have a drug AND alcohol testing program in place. The program must consist of a written procedure on how the firm will implement drug and alcohol testing for their employees. Who must be tested? All agri-business employees, full-time, part-time and seasonal, driving commercial vehicles which require a CDL licenses.

Commercial vehicles are defined in law as:
  • Over 26,000 pounds gross vehicle weight rating, or
  • Any vehicle transporting hazardous materials that require placarding.

To help retailers comply with the extensive and complex drug and alcohol testing regulations, Nebraska Agri-Business Association in cooperation with MN Crop Production Retailers (MCPR), has put together a group program through a Federal DOT certified provider. This service is another wonderful membership benefit.


A usable drug and alcohol testing policy statement.
Supervisor training opportunities
EAP program which meets the employee and supervisor training requirements.
Drug testing kits and chain of custody forms.
Medical Review Officer (MRO) oversight.
Blind sample compliance and quality control compliance.
Random, pre-employment, post-accident and periodic tests.
Monthly and annual statistical information compliance.


The cost to enroll in the program is a $50.00 one-time charge, for members of Nebraska Agri-Business Association. This charge includes the training materials for employees and supervisors, as well as written sample drug testing policy. A backup record is maintained of all required monthly and annual reports. The cost of a drug testing kit is $35.00 per test completed. This includes everything except the collection of the sample, which you will pay directly to the collection site.

Along with this are enrollment and release forms for your use, please put the release form on your company letterhead.

Click here for enrollment forms

Field Watch

FieldCheck allows a seed company or agronomist with workers in the field to register the actual field the workers will be in on any given day. The system then sends out an alert to any applicator who has flagged that area in their territory of operation, and they get a notice of the worker’s location. This is primarily designed to help reduce the potential for aerial applicators spraying detasselers, but it would also work for crop scouts and agronomists who have a set of fields to check on any given day.

Specific details are available in this download

Department of Labor Proposes New Overtime Pay Rules

Message from the Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA)
Read more here

Container and Containment Rule
Forms for Filing Liens

Nebraska Secretary of State – UCC Division
-UCC Financing Statement (UCC1) must be filed with Statutory Attachment
-Universal Attachment to Filing Statutory Liens
-UCC Financing Statement Amendment (UCC3) (to terminate or amend a lien)