Nebraska Extension in the Central Sandhills

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Quicken sessions for Farm and Ranch Record Keeping

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. 

You can use this site until March 1st for your Quality Assurance certification. Click here to get up to date on your QA certification!
GrassSnap website & instructions (for Apple and Android)

GrassSnap makes monitoring your grass as easy as monitoring salt and water. 



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Nebraska a natural fit for new IANR chief
Jan 1 – Meet Mike Boehm, IANR vice chancellor at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln and NU vice president for agriculture and natural resources. Read more