Avera St. Anthony’s Hospital would like to thank all of the community partners who helped with this project. The video was developed as part of Avera St. Anthony’s Community Health Improvement Plan (CHIP) and our strategic plan goals to address mental wellness in O’Neill and surrounding communities.
Nebraska Extension in Holt & Boyd Counties
Take the Guess Work Out of Cow/Calf ManagementAn updated online course is designed to benefit cattlemen currently in the beef business or those just getting started.
See a Tree, ID a TreeA new site developed in the School of Natural Resources can you identify any of the 116 different trees in Nebraska. Search by name, characteristic and even hardiness zone.
Grow Nebraska SummitOn November 8th, IANR is hosting a summit to focus on building partnerships to spur growth in Nebraska. This free event will feature fast-paced presentations and interactive sessions that will challenge participants to think globally and acting locally.
4-H Youth Take on Challenge of Wearable TechOn October 4th, Nebraska joins youth from across the county in the challenge of designing wearable fitness trackers as part of the world's largest youth-led science experiment.
High Soybean Yields Need More NitrogenA new study discovered soybean crops in highly productive fields demand more nitrogen than natural sources alone can supply.
The 11th Annual Nebraska Beef Industry Summit will take place on Thursday, November 16, 2017 at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln. Summit will begin with registration at 9:00 a.m. and conclude at 4:00 p.m. Lunch will be catered and is included with the $50 registration fee. Space is limited, so please register and send form to the Nebraska Cattlemen by November 9th to secure your place. You will receive additional event information after completing your registration. For more information and the registration form go to https://animalscience.unl.edu/nebraska-beef-industry-scholars . Summit information is near the bottom of that web page.
A grain marketing meeting will be offered Wednesday, November 15, 2017 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Holt County Annex, to assist grain producers and their business partners in using futures and options to reduce risk in the marketing of their grain.
Having information to make effective business decisions is important for ranch success.
Enterprise analysis and unit cost of production (UCOP) are tools that can help ranchers identify where value is being created on the ranch, where costs are occurring, and what changes could be made to improve profit.
For cow-calf producers, UCOP is figured as cost per pound of weaned calf. Knowing what it costs to develop a bred heifer, harvest a ton of hay or put a pound of gain on a stocker or a yearling are valuable information as well for the ranch business manager.
Anyone who owns farmland may want to participate in this workshop providing information and education about leasing farmland. Learn lease strategies for this asset by attending this seminar on November 9th, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at the Holt County Annex, 128th N. 6th Street, O’Neill.
Anyone that owns farmland may want to participate in this seminar to be provided information and education about that ownership. Learn management strategies for this asset by attending this seminar on November 9th, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. at the Holt County Annex, 128th N. 6th Street, O’Neill.
Participants can use this 2½ hour workshop to learn about: Am I keeping the farm, or selling it? How do I manage a farm? If leasing, what are key lease provisions? What legal considerations do I have with this decision? And, how do we manage family communications and expectations when other family is involved?