The 2019 Shooting Sports program will begin the week of February 4th. Sign-up will be Sunday, January 20th from 2-4pm at the Clay County Fairgrounds. Shooting Sports fee is $5.o0 per discipline or $15 per family. Contact the Office for more information at 402-762-3644.
Protecting Crops in a Warmer WorldHigher temperatures caused by climate change aren’t just increasing the number of daytime scorchers. Nights are getting warmer as well, stressing plants and decreasing yields of vital crops worldwide.
New Turfgrass App Goes GlobalExtension Educator, Bill Kreuser, has developed a new software application aimed at making turf grass management simpler and more sustainable.
New 4-H Grant Looks to Increase Youth in Computer ScienceNebraska 4-H received a National Science Foundation Grant to create toolkits to aid youth interested in computer science.
Does Moral Hazard Affect Crop Insurance?New research by agricultural economists at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln challenges traditional thinking on federal crop insurance.
Private Applicator Training for producers who apply pesticides on their own farm. May attend any of these locations or may also attend Crop Production Clinics.
November 27 - Agricultural update and the Road Ahead featuring Guest Speaker, David Kohl. Bruning Opera House
January 14 - Cow/Calf Collge - Partners in Progress Beef Seminar. MARC - Clay Center, NE
February 12 - Managing Ag Land in the 21st Centruy. Fillmore County Fairgrounds
March 14 - Connecting Gate to Plate; Lazy Horse Vineyard near Ohiowa, NE