Lecturer: Genetically Engineered Animals Could Ease World Hunger

Genetically engineered food animals could provide a sustainable means to feed a fast-growing world population, yet regulatory hurdles keep such animals off the market, according to an award-winning scientist who recently spoke at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Beef Profit Workshops at 11 Nebraska Sites Jan. 29-Feb. 24

Starting Jan. 30, Nebraska Extension will host 11 beef profitability workshops to help beef producers evaluate their operations to make them more profitable thorough latest research information.

Nebraska Export Initiatives To Be Supported Through Local Programming

The Nebraska Manufacturing Extension Partnership at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is among a number of Nebraska groups bringing a nationally recognized program to the state to help small and mid-sized manufacturers boost their exports.

Register now for the upcoming Extrusion Workshop!

This workshop is geared toward food technicians, scientists, and product developers already working or desiring to work in the area of extrusion or any food industry professionals with the goal of expanding their extrusion knowledge base.

Public Food Safety Requirements Affect Many Farmer's Market Vendors

A two-day school in April will give participants a better understanding of safety issues surrounding acidified canned foods.

2015 Beef Feedlot Roundtables at Three Locations in February

Beef feedlot managers, owners, employees and supporting industry personnel will learn the latest in feedlot health, nutrition, and economics at the 2015 Beef Feedlot Roundtables Feb. 10-12 in Bridgeport, Lexington and West Point with remote connections to locations in Iowa and South Dakota.

Beef Profit Workshops at 11 Nebraska Sites This Winter

During the winter of 2015 Nebraska Extension will host 11 Beef Profitability Workshops to help beef producers evaluate their operations to make them more profitable thorough latest research information.

Keeping a Garden Journal

"Gardening gives one back a sense of proportion about everything except itself. What a relief it was to me when I read that Vita Sackville-West kept a pile of metal labels in a shack at Sissinghurst as proof of all the experiments that had failed! I had, until then, been ashamed of how much waste there was even in my unpretentious garden here." May Sarton


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