Nebraska Extension in Frontier County

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Are you yearning for spring and the growing season? Beat the winter doldrums by attending the Nebraska Extension Master Gardener / Horticulture classes, starting Tuesday, January 10. The classes are open to the public and will be held in NCTA Ag Hall Room #1 at 6:30 pm each Tuesday in Curtis, NE.  Schedule

West Central Cattlemen’s Day Series Offered at Twelve Locations

The combination of low commodity prices and high input costs has left cattle producers struggling to reach breakeven levels. With focus on the current down-turn in the agricultural economy, Nebraska Extension and Colorado State University Extension will be hosting a series of meetings in twelve locations across western Nebraska and eastern Colorado. According to Erin Laborie, Nebraska Extension Beef Educator, “The program is designed to help cattle producers minimize input costs, generate additional income, utilize risk management strategies, and expand marketing opportunities.”

January, 2017


 1)  4-H Enrollment

2)  Summer Robotic Workshops

 3) State Cat Club Monthly Webinar

 4)  4-H Speech Contest

 5)  Next Chapter Program

 6)  Special Garden Project

 7)  Next Council Meeting

 8)  4-H Camp Scholarship

 9)  Nebraska Association of County Extension Boards (NACEB) Scholarship

10) Shooting Sports

11) Livestock Tags

12) 2017 Frontier County Market Beef Weigh Days

13) Quality Assurance Announcement

14) Youth Livestock Projects and Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) Regulation

Nebraska Extension in Frontier County

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Nebraska Extension offering land applicator training in Jan. and Feb.
Jan 1 – Eight Nebraska Extension offices across the state will offer workshops in January and February providing livestock and crop farmers with information on how to turn manure nutrients into better crop yields while protecting the environment. Read more
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