UNL Extension Holt-Boyd Counties
Publications from Holt and Boyd
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February 18, 2024
Calendar; Help Children Explore Their Curiosity; Yard and Garden: Hardwood Cuttings; Inventorying Remaining Forage Supply; and Bull Evaluation & Selection 

February 11, 2024
Calendar; The Hands of 4-H; One-Participant 401(k): Saving For Retirement And Reducing Taxes; Keys To a Prosperous Start for Newborn Calves; News Release - ARC/PLC Program Workshop for Ag Producers Scheduled in O’Neill

February 4, 2024
Calendar; Help Children Develop a Sense of Responsibility; Proper Time to Prune Shrubs; Tips for Dealing with Wet, Muddy Winter Conditions in Cattle Feedyards
January 28, 2024
Calendar; Cold Snap, Snap a Photo; Proper Time to Prune Trees; Guide to Pruning Equipment; Pasture Lease Considerations

January 21, 2024
Calendar; Vinegar. . . What Is It?; How to Clean and Disinfect Plant Containers; Winter Garden Tasks; Heifer Percent Mature Body Weight at Breeding; What Does It Mean for Pregnancy Rates and Calf Performance

January 14, 2024
Calendar; Does Birth Order Make a Difference?; Building and caring for a Terrarium; USDA 'Hardiness' Zone Sees Few Changes for Most of Nebraska; Finding a Balance Between Biggest and Best: Moving a Cowherd Toward Optimum Productivity
January 7, 2024
Calendar; Using, Not Abusing, Timeouts for Kids; African Violet Care; Testing and Feeding Tobacco-Brown Hay and Silage; and Using Bad Hay and Silage

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