Growing a Healthy FutureRead about some of Nebraska Extension advances in wearable tech, youth entrepreneurship and precision ag.
Crop Production Clinics Start in JanuaryCrop Production Clinics will be hosted across the state to help producers make practical, profitable and environmentally sound decisions.
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.
From Research to RealityNebraska Extension has delivered research-based knowledge to people through direct teaching, experiential learning opportunities and publication.
Nebraska Extension in the Central Sandhills
Nebraska Extension Educator, Bethany Johnston, will teach how to use Quicken, a popular commercial record-keeping package that is user friendly, inexpensive and easy to find. Quicken is flexible for ag and non-ag business enterprises and separates out family living expenses.
Reports such as transactions, cash flow, account balances, balance sheet, comparison, and tax summary, can easily generated, information filtered and layout modified. Quicken files can also be exported to QuickBooks®, used by many tax accountants.
It's time to enroll in the 2017 4-H year! Go to ne.4honline.com to re-enroll or to set up an account if you are new to 4-H. If you have forgotten the e-mail address you used to set up your account, or if you have any questions call Sally at (308)645-2267.
This years enrollment fee is $10.00 for all 4-H'ers. You can pay on-line or by mailing a check to our office at: Central Sandhills Area, PO Box 148, Thedford NE 69166. Make checks payable to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
GrassSnap makes monitoring your grass as easy as monitoring salt and water.