Free legal and financial clinics are being offered for farmers and ranchers at seven sites across the state in October. The clinics are one-on-one meetings with an agricultural law attorney and an agricultural financial counselor.
Figure 1. This cereal rye cover crop is at the threshold (1,000 lb/ac) biomass level. It is about 6-8 inches tall (April 13, 2017 at the south-central Nebraska site).
In this month’s CropWatch Podcast Extension Educator Michael Sindelar is joined by entomologist Robert Wright to discuss insect issues in late maturing corn and soybeans.
The difference between a good farmer and a great manager often comes down to knowing the true financial position of a farm. Good records can help you track your true financial position while Inaccurate records can lead to misguided management decisions.
Female agriculture landowners, farmers, ranchers, and industry professionals looking to connect with other women in agriculture are encouraged to register for Stronger Together, a Women in Agriculture conference scheduled for Oct. 5 in Scottsbluff.
Figures 1 and 2. Plants with Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) develop interveinal chlorosis (left) that progresses to defoliation and root rot.
Yeutter Institute Director Jill O'Donnell visits with Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts during the first episode of Trade Matters, a podcast of the Yeutter Institute. (Craig Chandler - University Communication)
What are your weed challenges? Growers, agronomists, and certified crop advisors are being asked to take a short survey to identify current cropping systems and weed issues with an eye toward directing future research in Nebraska.
Landlord or tenant — who has the hunting rights on leased crop and pasture land? It may not be who you think. Hunting rights may be best stipulated in a well-written lease.
Figure 1. Variety trials conducted by UNL in eastern Nebraska are an important process to help guide grower’s variety selection and rate disease susceptibility.