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Center for Grassland Studies announces 25th fall seminar series

The 25th annual fall seminar series offered by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Center for Grassland Studies will include 11 presentations on topics related to wildfire in the Great Plains, the history of grassland science at Nebraska, and ecology, groundwater, and biodiversity of the Nebraska Sandhills, and a 25-year review of the Center for Grassland Studies.
Grassland Studies

Husker Harvest Days: University exhibits to highlight strategies for staying strong

Husker Harvest Days exhibits from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln will help farm and ranch families develop strategies for staying strong when facing economic or weather-related challenges.
Husker Harvest Days

Women managing agricultural land conference is Dec. 11

Female agriculture landowners, farmers and ranchers looking to increase their business management skills are encouraged to register for the 2019 Women Managing Agriculture Land conference.

Financial Impairment on the farm webinar offered July 30

The I-29 Moo University consortium of Extension dairy specialists from Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota will host a “Financial Impairment on the Farm” webinar from noon to 1 p.m. on July 30.
Financial impairment on the farm

Extension offers tips on handling cattle in hot weather

As a summer heat wave descends on the Midwest, Nebraska Extension is urging producers to help reduce stress on cattle during hot weather.

Center for Grassland Studies anniversary celebration is July 16

The Center for Grassland Studies at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln is celebrating 25 years with a reception on July 16.
25 years

Nebraska Grazing Conference is Aug. 12-14 in Kearney

Beginning and experienced graziers, land managers, policy makers, and those concerned with the utilization and conservation of our grazing lands are encouraged to register for the 19th annual Nebraska Grazing Conference Aug. 12-14 in Kearney.

Stress workshops for ag professionals

Numerous factors may cause stress for farmers and ranchers. Many face financial problems, marketing uncertainties, farm transfer issues, production challenges, and more. When temporary stress turns into chronic stress, it can impact health and mental wellness.