Rental rates for irrigated, dryland and pasture acres are a common question received by our office. There are two resources that can be used to start a conversation between land owner and tenant: 1) UNL Department of Ag Economics Survey published every March that covers land values as well as cash rents and 2) USDA NASS Cash Rent Survey published every other year.
Population growth puts a greater stress on expanding yields for food, which still encouraging resource stewardship. To help meet this challenge, we share unbiased, research‐based information for a diversified agricultural audience.
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Latest Updates from cropwatch.unl.edu
- Pasture and Forage Minute: Alfalfa Growth and Seeding Concerns, Selecting Herbicides
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- Crop Production Clinic Videos Available Online
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