Nebraska Extension in Holt & Boyd Counties
UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green visited with Holt County residents during his "Statewide Meet and Greet" at the Holt County Extension on January 24, 2017. Here is the story/interview that KBRX Radio Station ran.
https://unl.box.com/s/zthvoofglp9cwv6neykl3w0rkzrgvhmi (4 MB mp3 file - 4:09 minutes)
This publication contains 73 crop production budgets for 15 crops, as well as tables for power, machinery, labor, and input costs used to develop these budgets. Each budget consists of five sections:
List of representative field operations
List of materials and services used
Operations and interest tabulations
Overhead costs, including real estate taxes and opportunity charges
The budgets are presented in a worksheet format with a “Your Estimate” column for recording cost modifications. Check out this free 84 page publication at
LINCOLN, Neb. – 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.
Livestock producers with livestock waste control facility permits received or renewed since April 1998 must be certified. A farm must complete an approved training every five years, and farm personnel responsible for land application of manure are also encouraged to attend. Re-certification will be held during the first two hours of the day-long land application training.
The 2017 Nebraska Crop Budgets are complete and available online at CropWatch.unl.edu/budgets.
Seventy-three crop budgets are included for 2017. These include budgets for most Nebraska crops from corn to peas to wheat.
With the challenging agricultural economy, the budgets are one means to identify and focus on specific areas of crop production costs.
How do you find information about on-going Nebraska research, education opportunities, or management recommendations for rangeland, pastures, or forages? Try rangepastureforages.unl.edu.
Nebraska Extension is planning its 9th Farm Beginnings® Program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Kimmel Education and Research at 5985 G Rd, Nebraska City, NE 68410 running from January to April, 2017. Nebraska Extension and the Nebraska Sustainable Agriculture Society are facilitating the Farm Beginnings® Program to be held in Nebraska City. The Farm Beginnings® Program is an educational training and support program designed to help people who want to evaluate and plan their farm enterprise. Farm Beginnings® participants engage in a mentorship experience and network with a variety of successful, innovative farmers; attend practical, high quality seminars, field days and conferences.
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Feb 2 – Those who support women-led or owned businesses and those looking to start a business are encouraged to attend the Women Entrepreneurs (WE) Conference, sponsored by the Engler Agribusiness Entrepreneurship Program. Read more
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February 24, 2017
Lincoln, Neb. — Douglas Brand of Seward will be recognized as the 2017 University of Nebraska–Lincoln Block and Bridle Club honoree.
The Block and Bridle Club focuses on building leaders in the livestock and meat industries. The award recognizes those who have contributed to Nebraska agriculture through leadership, service, youth projects, community activities and involvement with the university. Read more