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Agriculture

Bill would expand farm-to-school program

The Unicameral Update - Jan 22, 2022
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Early childhood education programs would be included in the Nebraska farm-to-school program under a bill considered Jan. 18 by the Education Committee.

Berge appointed to lead Nebraska Farm Service Agency

The North Platte Bulletin - Jan 21, 2022
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The Biden administration recently appointed John Berge as the new state executive director for the USDA Nebraska Farm Service Agency.

Legume frost seeding in pastures

IANR News - Jan 19, 2022
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Are you looking to increase production from pastures or hay fields? Interseeding legumes might just work in your operation.

Winter hay worries

IANR News - Jan 19, 2022
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Grass tetany and nitrate poisoning are issues that we typically associate with animals grazing. However, both issues can be a problem in winter when animal diets are limited by what they are fed. 

Nebraska ignites Knoerzer’s passion for animals  

IANR News - Jan 19, 2022
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Immersed in her family’s farming and cattle operation since childhood near Elwood, Felicia Knoerzer says that ever since she can remember, animals were the focus of all she did.   

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Women in Agriculture conference coming to Kearney

The North Platte Bulletin - Jan 12, 2022
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The Nebraska Women in Agriculture Conference will be held in person this year on Feb. 24-25 at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in Kearney.

Extension hosting land management, farm resiliency workshop   

IANR News - Jan 11, 2022
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The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Center for Agricultural Profitability will present a land management workshop in Grant to address financial resiliency for agricultural operations to sustain risk while remaining profitable.  

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