The average for Nebraska agricultural land values has declined by 3 percent over the last year, according to preliminary findings from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Farm Real Estate Market Survey.
Grazing cattle on cropland can be a win-win situation for both crop production and livestock feeding. A Nebraska Extension field day on April 4 will provide a unique learning and networking opportunity for cattle operators and those involved in crop production.
After the Nebraska Veterinary Diagnostic Center opened at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in June 2017, its presence immediately benefited the state’s animal producers with cutting-edge technology for quick diagnosis of diseases that have the potential to wipe out entire herds and livelihoods.
Producers, landowners and other agricultural policy stakeholders seeking information on the 2018 farm bill are encouraged to register for a series of five forums scheduled at locations across Kansas and Nebraska.
Dale Grotelueschen, veterinarian and director of the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Great Plains Veterinary Educational Center has been named veterinarian of the year by the Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association.