Nebraska Extension in Cheyenne, Kimball & Banner Counties


At the top of all our minds is the recent devastation caused by flooding and blizzard conditions across our great state. Many of our 4-H families and supporters have asked what they can do to help. Please consider the below information as you begin to contribute toward the recovery efforts.

  • MONEY IS THE MOST USEFUL DONATION. Donations for relief efforts can be given through many relief organizations, local entities or through the Nebraska 4-H Foundation. A list of Community Foundations and Relief Organizations can be found here. Remember to use caution when donating through social media sites. One source to verify the legitimacy of an organization is from the Better Business Bureau Wise Giving Alliance.
  • VOLUNTEER FOR A RELIEF ORGANIZATION. Already established relief organizations, such as Red Cross and Salvation Army, are the best way to support as a volunteer. Contact local organizations to see where you can help. Check with your local Emergency Manager for volunteer assignments.
  • VISIT Refer to this site for additional information and resources. New information will continue to be added.

Helpful Publications and Information

Find publications and information on Custom Rates, Yearly, Rate information, Pesticide Safety Education, Chemigation and more.

Cropwatch - Winter Wheat Variety Test Results
Nebraska Farm Custom Rates
Cornhusker Economics - Trends in Nebraska Farmland Values and Rental Rates

Preliminary land values and rental rates are subject to change as additional surveys are returned. Final results from the survey will be published in June 2019 and will be available online via the Nebraska Farm Real Estate website:

Rural Stress and Family Wellness - As one response to the immediate need for attention to stress and suicide prevention in Nebraska, Extension’s Rural Stress and Family Wellness work group has collected resources for farmers and ranchers. You can find the information here.

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Extension Risk Management Education Center announces funding of projects
Apr 24 – The North Central Extension Risk Management Education Center (NCERMEC) recently awarded over $597,000 in funding for 13 project directors to develop extension risk management education programs for producers. Read more
EPA-required paraquat training among additional use restrictions
Apr 15 – New, federally required training now is available for certified applicators who use products that contain paraquat as an active ingredient. Read more