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Want to learn more about Companion Animal showmanship? Check out this information from one of our very own 4-Her's Emily Brhel! She will walk you through all the steps of a showmanship presentation, as well as, things you will need and want to know about your animal. 

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We will be starting Clover Kid workshops in February! see the flier below to get your kids registured, or call the Extension office! 

4-H "I Belong" Award

Objective:  Recognize 4-H youth static exhibits incorporating or demonstrating concepts from the areas of inclusivity, diversity, self-realization at the county fair. Exhibits in all curriculum areas will be considered for the award.

Youth will be recognized for static exhibits that incorporate and/or demonstrate:

          *  Concepts of self-reflection and explorations of one’s own heritage.

          * Explorations of one’s own heritage, culture, and cultural lens

Clay County 4-H now has Remind 101. If you would like to receive notifications about upcoming events, and deadlines please sign up! Text @4hclayco to the number 81010. 

Private Applicator Training for producers who apply presticides on their own farm.  May attend any of these locations or may also attend a Crop Production Clinics.  Please RSVP to the local Extension Office.  

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New Format for Nebraska Soybean Management Field Days

July 24, 2024
The 2024 Soybean Management Field Days will take place August 13 to August 16. Hosted by the Nebraska Soybean Board (NSB) and Nebraska Extension, the field days offer a unique opportunity for farmers to learn about soybean production, the new Soybean Testing Ag Performance Solutions (TAPS) contest, and to network with fellow growers.

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SCAL field day set for Thursday, Aug. 8.

July 24, 2024
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s South Central Agricultural Laboratory (SCAL) field day is Thursday, Aug. 8.

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Heat keeps rains away during wheat harvest

July 23, 2024
Amid the high temperatures in western Nebraska, wheat harvest has been going on. “We’re right in the middle of wheat harvest,” said Cody Creech, Nebraska Extension dryland cropping specialist at the UNL High Plains Ag Lab in Sidney. “The rest of the state has wrapped up, and we’ll be completing harvest this week.” Typical for most growers, weather has been a big factor in wheat yields. The yield reports in the Panhandle vary depending on whether the fields were hit by hail or not.

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Siphon Tubes: Setting water to grow crops in western Nebraska

July 23, 2024
For some of us growing up on the farm where surface irrigation was prevalent, the irrigation siphon tube has been and still is utilized to irrigate crops across Nebraska and the world. Learning how to “set” the siphon tube, moving the tubes from set to set, field to field, “digging (row) ends,” and dealing with ditch washouts, gophers, moles, mosquitoes, and other critters does not always bring back fond memories!

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