Nebraska Extension in Otoe County

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2018 Otoe County 4-H Enrollment

May 1st is the deadline to enroll in Otoe County 4-H each year.  Everyone (Clover Kids, 4-H members, Leaders, Volunteers and Superintendents) must re-enroll at this online site each year to be in 4-H .  This site opens mid October each year for the next year's enrollment.

Youth for the Quality Care of Animals (YQCA)

The Otoe County Fair will be Thursday, July 26th through Sunday, July 29th, 2018. The theme for 2018 is: All Roads Lead to the Fair. The 2018 Fair Book is currently being updated. If you have any questions about the fair book please contact the Nebraska Extension Office in Otoe County.
If you are in need of some information regarding Beef, Kristen Ulmer, Extension Educator can help you.
For all the latest Agricultural news and links to University of Nebraska - Lincoln Agricultural newsletters and reports. Custom Rates, Agricultural Land Values, Cash Rent, Pesticide Certification, Youth Tractor Safety Training, UNL CropWatch, UNL Market Journal, UNL Cornhusker Economics, Beef Watch, and much more.
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All information about the Nebraska State Fair  regarding 4-H can be found at the following link - this includes Exhibitor Entry Information, Fair Schedule, Maps, Results and Photos for Exhibitors, Judges and Volunteers

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Public forums to address 2018 farm bill
Feb 14 – Producers, landowners and other agricultural policy stakeholders seeking information on the 2018 farm bill are encouraged to register for a series of five forums scheduled at locations across Kansas and Nebraska. Read more
Nebraska Extension crop scout training on March 13
Feb 14 – Industry representatives and corn and soybean growers wanting to learn how to better manage corn and soybean pests should plan to attend the Nebraska Extension crop scout training for pest managers program March 13 at the Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center near Mead. Read more