Recently (January 29th, 2016) I wrote about a Nebraskan who utilized a map of the State and made an interesting drawing by entering the license plate number in each counties location. The current Nebraska Farmer (February 2016) tells of the debut of a specialty plate featuring Nebraska Corn. It was developed by the Nebraska Corn Growers Association, NeCGA, but you don't have to be a member of the Assoc. to purchase one. Cost for the license plate is $70. which is in addition to the standard fees for licensing one's vehicle in Nebraska. This additional fee is due with the initial application and is subject to annual renewal. It can be used on a wide variety of vehicles and equipment including passenger vehicles, pickups, trucks, motorcycles, mobile homes, etc. The plates will not carry a county designation and the Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles will assign plate numbers as applications are submitted. There must be a minimum of 500 applications with payment before the plates will be manufactured through NeCGA. Forms are now available for ordering. I plan to combine this article with the earlier one for my report at our Magazine Club Meeting this evening.