Whole Raw Soybeans as a Cost Competitive Protein Supplement for Cows and CalvesCurrent market conditions for raw, whole soybeans are making them price competitive in parts of Nebraska with other protein sources such as distillers grains and alfalfa hay to be used as a protein supplement for cows as well as weaned calves.
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Stoltenow named dean and director of Nebraska ExtensionCharles Stoltenow will be the next dean and director of Nebraska Extension.
American Rescue Eyes Next-Gen AgWith an eye to the future of agriculture and technology, the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is seeking federal relief dollars to fund two projects that could work in tandem to grow innovation and feed economic growth statewide.
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The Nebraska Women in Agriculture Conference will be held in person this year, February 24-25, 2022, at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Kearney, Nebraska.
“We are excited to be hosting the conference in-person this year. While we are thankful we could meet online last year, it just can’t replace the face-to-face interaction that makes this conference so great,” said Jessica Groskopf, director of the Nebraska Women in Agriculture Program.
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.
With harvest in full swing here in southeast Nebraska, there is an opportunity to check your fields this fall and provide weed control in your fields if needed. By identifying the weed, extent of any infestations and locations of weed problems, you will have a better strategy for managing these weeds in the future, maybe even this fall. Marestail or maybe more specifically, glyphosate resistant marestail has become a major problem in Nebraska. Control has been challenging in recent years.