Counties Benefit from being 'Livestock Friendly'UNL study shows the livestock friendly destination in counties gain more cattle farms.
WeCook Program Gives Healthy Options to Youth4-H's WeCook Program is helping low-income youth and their families create fun and nutritious meals.
Making 'SENSE' of Nitrogen UseProject SENSE adopts new technologies to focus on improving nitrogen use efficiency by fertilization during the growing season.
From Research to RealityNebraska Extension has delivered research-based knowledge to people through direct teaching, experiential learning opportunities and publication.
Nebraska Extension in Butler County
Butler County Research Reports
Field research reports for Corn, Soybeans, Forages, Turf and other miscellaneous projects.
2016 Nebraska Cutworm Trapping Numbers
This is the second year Daylilies have been infested with aphids. Information and treatment methods will help with identification and control of the aphids.
Nebraska Noxious Weeds
"Noxious weeds compete with crops, rangeland, and pastures reducing yields substantially. Losses from noxious weed infestations can be staggering, costing millions of dollars due to lost production."- Statement from Nebraska Department of Agriculture.
View the Butler County Weed Control presentation, Identifying Nebraska Noxious Weeds (PDF 10745 KB). Contact the Butler County Extension Office, (402) 367-7410, for EC130, Guide for Weed Management in Nebraska for noxious weed control recommendations.
Lower Platte River Documentary--"A River at Risk". A River at Risk tells the story of the battle to control non-native phragmites and other invasive plants on the Lower Platte River. The film was written and directed by Becky Hughes McMillen of Scottsbluff, NE for the Papio-Missouri River Natural Resources District with two other NRDs, the Lower Platte South and Lower Platte North.
2015 Beef Cattle Report
Click the live link to download the 2015 Beef Cattle Report.
2014 Butler County Agricultural Update
The Butler County Agricultural Update, Winter 2014, (14720 KB) is available on-line. Topics include:
- Butler County Producers Eligible for 2012 Drought/Heat Related Losses
- USDA Disaster Assistance Information
- Increasing Smooth Brome Forage Production
- Water Related: Evapotranspiration/precipitation and Groundwater Level Changes
- Gyphosate Resistant Weed Research in Soybeans-Butler County
- Delaying/Preventing Pesticide Resisitance
- Handy BT Trait Table
- Fruit Tree Production Workshop
Contact Nebraska Extension in Butler County at 402-367-7410 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
AgTransitions was developed by the Center for Farm Financial Management and a nationally known team of educators, AgTransitions provides a means for farm and ranch families to develop a written transition plan on the web.
AgTransitions is built on the same framework as its companion product, the AgPlan business planning tool. AgTransitions provides users with a built in "curriculum" in the form of an outline for sections that might be included in a plan, tips for each section, web resources, and worksheets. Most importantly, it allows family members to communicate with each other and outside reviewers (like you) as they develop their plan. AgTransitions is not intended to replace farm succession planning workshops. Rather, it provides a means for producers to put what they have learned into action while allowing you, as an educator, to follow-up on their progress.
For a quick overview of AgTransitions, go to the AgTransitions Website and watch the introductory video on the home page.