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Gloves may help prevent Parkinson's

Good doses of caution and prevention can help keep agricultural producers safer from acute injuries and chronic diseases, said a Nebraska Extension educator.

Ag producers dress for success

Personal protective equipment (PPE) is a real safety net to protecting your nose, throat, skin, eyes and lungs from pesticides, said a Nebraska Extension educator.
PPE

Nebraska ag land values decline for third consecutive year

The average Nebraska agricultural land value has declined by about 10 percent over the past year, according to preliminary findings from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Farm Real Estate Market Survey.
Values

Nebraska Extension offers facts about petroleum pipelines in new publication

A new publication from Nebraska Extension focuses on one of the nation’s most debated topics – petroleum pipelines.
Pipelines

Crop scout training for pest managers March 14

Industry representatives and corn and soybean growers wanting to learn how to better manage corn and soybean pests should plan to attend the Nebraska Extension Crop Scout Training for Pest Managers program March 14 at the University of Nebraska’s Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center located at the Agricultural Research and Development Center near Mead.

New study details retail trends across Nebraska

Nebraska’s retail activity is shifting toward urban centers according to a new study conducted by the Department of Agricultural Economics at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
Downtown

The Learning Child builds a foundation for children's success in school

Nebraska is one of the leading states in early childhood development, and Nebraska Extension plays an important role with “The Learning Child,” a program that provides an array of unbiased, research-based classes, training and resources to enhance the healthy growth, development and success of children from birth to age 8.
Child

UPM insect lab keeps participants guessing

When the insect laboratory opens during the Urban Pest Management conference in Lincoln Feb. 21-22, Jim Kalisch expects to see a few old friends and meet new acquaintances. Too, he’ll probably be introduced to a few new insects.
Insect

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