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After you have enrolled in 22-23 4-H program year, the Extension Office staff will approve you.Once approved, you can sign up for events/workshops. Use the below guide to help you register for the event.Click here to to access step-by-step guide for 4-H Online Event Registration.NOTICE:  your spot is not offically reserved until full payment is recieved. 

4-H Online is now open for the 2023 4-H year. Enroll today so you do not miss out on important information.

Click here to enroll and pay online.

Need Instructions? Click on the step-by-step guides below to help you in the enrollment process.

The 2023 Polk County fair dates have been set for July 19-23

 

The Confronting Cropping Challenges program will help producers make decisions for the 2023 growing season and they can renew their private pesticide applicator license. The program is offered in five locations across northeast Nebraska in December, including David City on Wednesday, December 14th. The program will begin at 1 p.m. and conclude at 4 p.m.

Confronting Cropping Challenge link

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2022 Nebraska Farmland Values and Cash Rental Rates

The market value of agricultural land in Nebraska in­ creased by 16% over the prior year to an average of $3,360 per acre, according to the 2022 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Survey (Figure 1 and Table 1). This marks the larg­ est increase in the market value of agricultural land in Ne­ braska since 2014 and is the highest non-inflation-adjusted state-wide land value in the history of the survey.

The Agricultural Budget Calculator (ABC) Program is ready to use in modifying or creating your crop budgets for 2023. Learn more at cap.unl.edu/abc or go directly to the ABC program at agbudget.unl.edu.

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