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Until the Landlord-Tenant Cash Rent Workshop is rescheduled in Nemaha County we would like to suggest you visit Nebraska Extension's Ag Econ Land Management News webpage.  It is full of very helpful articles and recorded webinars for land owners and tenants managing agricultural land.  You will also find information about an upcoming virtual Landlord-Tenant Cash Rent Workshop for our area scheduled for February 25, 2021. 

 

The Ag Estate Planning Workshop scheduled for last November was canceled.  Until we are able to reschedule this workshop, we would like to suggest that you view the 12 part Farm Succession video series at:  https://agecon.unl.edu/video-farm-succession-workshop

If you have the opportunity to soil sample crop fields, be sure to check your soil pH. If the soil recommendation indicates lime is suggested, it is something to consider before next year’s cropping season. Liming fields can be done anytime this winter or spring when soil conditions are favorable and sometimes can have a very positive impact on crop yields and nutrient availability of fertilizers to the subsequent crops.

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