MARKET BEEF WEIGH DAY RESCHEDULED - FEB. 1
Southeast Nebraska Soil Health Conference-March 3Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Where: The new Hickman Community Center (115 Locust St, Hickman, NE)
Time: 9:00 am until 3:30 pm.
Private Pesticide Applicator Recertification/Certification Training Dates and Information for Gage, Jefferson and Saline Counties
ENROLL IN SALINE COUNTY 4-H
Financial Services Program Helps Farmers Make DecisionsA new Nebraska Extension financial services program offers farmers and ranchers across the state tools to utilize existing data to improve decision-making and management in their operations.
If you have experienced water in your home after the recent floods, you will want to be sure that the moisture content of the wood in your home is less than 15% before new drywall; paneling or other coverings are installed. Our office has a moisture meter you can check out to use to determine what the moisture level is in your home. Contact us at 402-821-2151 to check out the meter.
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March 22, 2019
Natural disasters, such as the recent severe storms and flooding in Nebraska, often lead to extreme stress for families. It is common for people to feel irritable, anxious, helpless and overwhelmed. Tempers may flare during times of stress, affecting relationships in the family. You may feel that you are losing not only material things, but also the support of your family as well.
Problems between couples are typical during times of great stress. No two people are likely to have the same reaction to a situation, so it is not surprising that tension may result from their differing reactions.
Staying Connected During Tough Times Resources for Nebraska Farmers, Ranchers, and Their Families
We hope you reach out if you are feeling stressed.
The Nebraska Counseling, Outreach and Mental Health Therapy (COMHT) Program, 800-464-0258 - Offers no-cost vouchers for confidential mental health services for persons affected by the rural crisis.
Palmar Amaranth has become a troublesome weed to control in Gage, Jefferson and Saline Counties and other areas of Nebraska.
“Strategies for Managing Palmer Amaranth with Multiple Resistance: The Most Troublesome Weed in U.S. Agriculture” presented by Professor Jason Norsworthy of the University of Arkansas.
This is definitely worth the time if you can view the video at: https://go.unl.edu/palmer