Information for Crops and Cow Calf Producers
Extension Is On The MoveInformation on farming, ranching, healthy eating choices, children and family, and lawn/garden.
Knox County 4-H ProgramCurrent Information about the Knox County 4-H Program and the Knox County Fair
New Program Reaches Indigenous TeensProgram is helping Native American teens gain hands-on lessons regarding traditional Indigenous peoples’ farming beliefs and practices.
Extension partnering with AmeriCorps VISTAThere are new faces joining Nebraska Extension to increase the capacity and access of Extension programming, specifically in disaster resilience and combatting poverty.
Check out these 2022 4-H Workshops:
Space is Limited on most of these workshops, so call early!
The 2022 Knox County 4-H Fairbook can be found here.
The Knox County 4-H Newsletters are a great resource for every 4-H family. Please contact the office at 402-288-5611 if you have any questions.
Fields decimated by ravenous insects might bring to mind images of biblical plagues of locusts, but across eastern Nebraska, another pest is leaving a similar trail of destruction; the fall armyworm.
Fall armyworms, (Spodoptera frugiperda) are a species from the southern U.S. that does not overwinter in Nebraska. Bob Wright-Nebraska Extension Entomologist, Nathan Mueller- Nebraska Extension Crops Educator, and Melissa Bartels-Nebraska Extension Crops Educator share that; as populations build up during the summer, moths fly north often reaching the Midwest later in the summer or early fall — hence their common name.