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If you experienced hail damage in the recent storm, you will find many helpful resources on this website: https://cropwatch.unl.edu/hailknow .  You will find information on assessing the damage, steps to take, and potential for regrowth.


Nemaha County 4-H Online Fair Entries is still OPEN for Static Entries! Entering your own exhibits will help ensure accuracy and save time for the office. Click on read more and follow the instructions.
The 2022 Nebraska Custom Rates Report is now available on the Center for Agricultural Profitability’s website, at https://cap.unl.edu/customrates. The biennial publication reports on survey data gathered on custom operations and services in Nebraska, providing updated market rates and information for custom work providers and their potential customers.
With some crops being replanted in areas where there was hail damage, newly seeded crops are just coming up and susceptible to insect damage. As we move through the summer, older soybeans are also susceptible to insect pests. It is just important to scout fields periodically to monitor new infestations of pests. Also, CropWatch, https://cropwatch.unl.edu/ is a good resource for information on current crop conditions in Nebraska.
Children grow up so quickly and each stage in their life should be joyful. As children transition into their toddler years, they show significant development in language and mobility, which enables toddlers to become more independent. It’s important that parents and caregivers in the child’s life respond appropriately to their toddler’s pursuit of autonomy, because it will determine how they grow and deal with future life events.
The 2022 Nemaha County Fair will be held Sunday, August 14 through Wednesday, August 17, 2022.

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Michael Bergland-Riese, communications coordinator for Nebraska Extension at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln, has received a Kudos Award from the University of Nebraska Board of Regents. Bergland-Riese was recognized during the June 23 Board of Regents Meeting.

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