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Extension Successful Farmer Series starts Jan. 4

Nebraska Extension in Lancaster County is hosting a Successful Farmer Program Series on Fridays from January 4 to February 8, featuring timely topics for today's farmers.
2018 Successful Farmer session

Grower input to be sought at Dec. 20 soybean gall midge meeting

Growers who dealt with soybean gall midge infestations in 2018 and those who are interested in learning more about this newly emerging soybean pest are invited to attend a roundtable discussion on Thursday, December 20.
orange soybean gall midge larvae

Nebraska Soybean Day and Machinery Expo is Dec. 13 in Wahoo

December 6, 2018

Soy Bean Expo

On-Farm Research helps growers generate results

The Nebraska On-Farm Research Network provides a way for growers to validate their production practices and make decisions for future years based on what they have learned in their own fields.
Don Batie

Agricultural economists study how moral hazard affects crop insurance

New research by agricultural economists at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln upends traditional thinking on federal crop insurance.

Registration open for six-week course for women involved in agriculture

Women involved in agricultural production and management or who are interested in learning more about ag business are encouraged to attend Annie’s Project, a six-week educational course set to begin Jan. 28 in Beatrice.
Annie's Project

Experts at Nebraska release estimated 2019 crop production budgets

Experts from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln have prepared 78 budgets on 15 crops, predicting price expectations for input costs for 2019.
Production Budgets

Research suggests fighting world hunger can be profitable for ag biotech companies

New research by University of Nebraska–Lincoln agricultural economists Konstantinos Giannakas and Amalia Yiannaka found that agricultural biotechnology companies can profit by lowering the price of genetic modification technologies in hunger-stricken areas when consumers associate these technologies with reducing malnutrition and hunger.
Genetic Modification research

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