Nebraska is nationally known as the Beef State. Our team provides research-based information and resources to beef producers to help them provide an economical, safe, quality product to consumers while protecting and preserving Nebraska's vast natural resources.
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2021 BeefWatch Webinar Series
February 2, Highlights from UNL Stocker SystemsResearch
Dr. Jim MacDonald, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
February 9, Rate of Gain and Market Timing inYearling Systems
Drs. Mary Drewnoski & Jay Parsons, University ofNebraska-Lincoln
February 16, Using Corn Residue for High-RiskStockers: Current Experiences
Dr. Halden Clark, Great Plains Veterinary EducationCenter
Thursday, Jan. 14, noon Central Time
Leading Farm and Ranch Employees Virtual Seminar Series to be Held in December
Finding, hiring and retaining quality employees are major challenges for agricultural business in Nebraska. Competition for the available workforce comes from area industries, and the labor market is tight.
Nebraska Extension will host a virtual seminar series in December (Dec. 8, 11, 15 and 18) designed to help agricultural employers learn techniques and leadership practices to help motivate and empower employees.
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Latest Updates from beef.unl.edu
- Where are your priorities and How does your operation stack-up to the competition (Benchmarking)?
- Range and Pasture Weed of the Week – Knapweed, Spotted and Diffuse
- Pasture and Forage Minute: The Right Stocking Rate
- Pasture and Forage Minute: Spring Turn-Out to Pastures
- The Role of the Odor Footprint Tool in Livestock Nuisance Litigation
- Net Return Distributions When Metaphylaxis Is Used to Control Bovine Respiratory Disease in High Health Risk Cattle
- Budget Templates Updated for Sheep and Goat Enterprises
- Controlling Horn Flies on Pastured Cattle
- The Role of Water Intake in Rumen Development of the Nursing Calf
- Feed, Ship or Sell – Three Options to Reduce Stocking Rates