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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.
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Massengale reflects on four decades at Nebraska

Martin Massengale credits the people of Nebraska for his long and illustrious career at the University of Nebraska. The president and chancellor emeritus and founding director of the Center for Grassland Studies and Foundation Distinguished Professor is beginning his transition into retirement after more than four decades at the university.
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New report highlights pig fertility research by Ciobanu

Research conducted by Daniel Ciobanu, associate professor in the Department of Animal Science is highlighted in a new report calling for stronger federal support of the food and agricultural sciences.
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Block and Bridle Club to honor Brand

Douglas Brand of Seward will be recognized as the 2017 University of Nebraska–Lincoln Block and Bridle Club honoree.
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New equipment speeds response to animal diseases

A new instrument has enabled veterinarians at the Nebraska Veterinary Diagnostic Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln to identify potentially deadly bacteria in a matter of minutes -- compared to the days it once took to identify pathogens via lab culture.
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Faculty Spotlight: Clinton Krehbiel

Meet Clinton Krehbiel, head of the animal science department at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.
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Extension launches initiative focused on strengthening Nebraska’s agricultural economy

To help Nebraska producers manage their operations during this challenging time, Nebraska Extension has launched a new initiative called “Strengthening Nebraska’s Agricultural Economy.”

Annual Horsemen's Update March 1

February 7, 2017

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