2022 News Columns by Week

UNL Extension Holt-Boyd Counties
Publications from Holt and Boyd
Counties for 2022 by Week
(Publications listed by week published)
Click on any of the following links to take you to the publications for that week
January 2, 2022
Calendar; Using, Not Abusing, Timeouts For Kids; Winter Supplementation of Beef Calves - When Supplementation Doesn't Pay; News Release - Extension Hosting Land Management, Farm Resiliency Workshop; News Release - Public Health and Water Quality Webinar Series Offered in January, February 2022
January 10, 2022
Calendar; Does Birth Order Make a Difference?; How to Develop a Custom Calving Agreement; Growing Philodendrons
January 16, 2022
Calendar; How to Help Children Understand Time; Cull Cow Management and Marketing Opportunities; Immediate Label Changes on Enlist Duo and Enlist One Herbicides; Citrus Trees as Houseplants
January 23, 2022
Calendar; R-E-S-P-E-C-T; 2022 Silage for Beef Cattle Conference: Focus on Small Grain Silage; Rising Fertilizer Prices and Turfgrass
January 30, 2022
Calendar; Help Children Develop a Sense of Responsibility; Ready, Set, Manage Hay Differently; High Quality Hay After Calving; Alfalfa Fertility Management; and Vermicomposting: A How-To
February 6, 2022
Calendar; Helping Children Feel Good About Themselves; The Value of Hay as Fertilizer; 2022 Beef Feedlot Roundtables in Bridgeport, North Platte, West Point
February 13, 2022
Calendar; Social and Emotional Skills Help Children Succeed in School, Life; Winter Hay Worries; Planning for Spring Annual Forages; and Cereal Silage Management
February 20, 2022
Calendar, Continued Good News for Grasshopper Risk on Rangeland; andTips for Selecting Successful Houseplants for Your Space
February 27, 2022
Calendar, Helping Children Learn About Kindness; Diagnosing Houseplant Problems; Dormant Alfalfa Weed Control; and Drought Planning for the Grazing Season
March 6, 2022
Calendar; School Success Requires Family Commitment; Starting Onions; Fall Dormancy in Alfalfa; and Colostrum 101
March 13, 2022
Calendar; Helping Children Build Self-Esteem; 2022  Crop Insurance Corn and Soybean Projected Prices and Decision Making; Dryness Continues as We Round Out Winter; and Prosperous Start for Newborn Calves
March 20, 2022
Calendar; Parents Can Be Positive Examples When Teaching Children Honesty; Starting Seeds Indoors Under Lights; Valuing Manure as a Seller or a Buyer; and Increasing Capacity for Care in the Face of Calving Season
March 27, 2022
Calendar; Families Should Set Guidelines to Ensure Quality Studying; Planting Bare Root Plants; and Grass Tetany: Now is the Time to Prepare
April 3, 2022
Calendar; Managing a Home When Everyone Works; Spring Blooms for the Landscape; Culling Decisions Due to Drought
April 10, 2022
Calendar; Boost Early Brain Development; Evaluating Alfalfa Stands; Farm Succession Planning: Simple Steps; and How Valu-Bull are Breeding Soundness Exams?

April 17, 2022
Calendar; Organization is Key to Morning Routine; Selection and Care of Easter Lily; Spring Cereals in Aflafla; Horn Flies: impact and Control Options for Pastured Cattle

April 24, 2022
Calendar; Helping Children Deal With Anger; Trigger Dates; Growing Leafy Greens; Pastures and Drought: Response and Impact
May 1, 2022
Calendar; Play More, Watch Less; Growing Carrots and Parsnips; Roth IRAs for Children Earning a Wage on the Farm; Spring Turn-out to Parstures; AI Season is Just Around the Corner

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