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Harlan County Extension recently published monthly newsletter

The all-land average value in Nebraska for the year ending February 1, 2019 averaged about 3 percent lower than the year before. This marks five consecutive years of declining land values.
The state average was $2,645 per acre or about a $75 per acre decline to the prior year’s value of $2,720 per acre.

https://agecon.unl.edu/realestate/2019-farm-real-estate-report

Nebraska Farm Real Estate Values Continue Gradual Declines in 2019
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Need help with that bird? Nebraska Extension offers turkey tips

November 19, 2020
Preparing for holiday meals this year may look different for many people, as we consider celebrating in smaller family groups due to COVID-19.

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Nebraska Extension Master Gardener volunteer program goes virtual for 2021

November 18, 2020
Nebraska Extension is accepting applications for its 2021 Master Gardner Volunteer training program. The 2021 training will take place virtually.

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Women managing ag land conference, now virtual, is Dec. 2

November 11, 2020
Nebraska Extension has announced that the upcoming Women Managing Ag Land Conference will now be a be completely virtual experience.

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Panhandle Perspectives: The Mullen and Cameron Peak wildfires and potential effects on Nebraska

November 11, 2020
The wildfires that took place late this summer and early fall in Colorado and Wyoming are almost completely controlled, but they still might affect agriculture throughout Nebraska next growing season, and for years to come.

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