The Backyard Farmer Panel answer gardening questions.
Nebraska Extension Educator Natalia Bjorklund talks about why protecting pollinator's habitat is so important and a new program offered by the University of Nebraska, the Nebraska Pollinator Habitat Certification Program.
Nebraska Extension Assistant Director of the Panhandle Research Center Jim Schild talks about Nebraska's bean production
Mike Briggs, feedlot manager from Seward, Nebraska, analyzes the slide in cattle market prices over the final half of April. Mike also talks about the USDA’s latest Cattle on Feed Report and profit margins in the feedlot.
Gregg Ibendahl, Kansas State University associate professor of ag economics, discusses the current volume of agricultural loans and the ratio of debt-to-assets.
Bob Wright, Nebraska Extension entomologist, describes how corn growers can scout their fields for cutworms, wireworms and white grubs.
This video discusses fly control options for pastured cattle.
Over 3,500 5th graders in Lancaster County, Nebraska attend the annual Earth Wellness Festival. One of the sessions is "Endangered!" presented by Alyssa Hodes and Nathan Garrison of Lincoln Children's Zoo. Students see and learn about four animals: • Columbian Black and White Tegu • Striped Skunk • American Alligator • Prehensile Tailed Porcupine Videotaped by Nebraska Extension in Lancaster County. Find out more about Earth Wellness Festival at http://lancaster.unl.edu/ewf See similar video with different animals from a previous Earth Wellness Festival at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRBwwbCGVyE Find out more about the Lincoln Children's Zoo at www.lincolnzoo.org
Over 3,500 5th graders in Lancaster County, Nebr. attend the annual Earth Wellness Festival. One of the sessions is "Turtle Talk" presented by Austen Hill of Papio-Missouri River Natural Resource District. Students see and learn about four turtles: red-eared slider, three-toed box, false map and yellow mud. Followed by a very one-sided turtle race! Videotaped by Nebraska Extension in Lancaster County. Find out more about Earth Wellness Festival at http://lancaster.unl.edu/ewf For a Nebraska Turtle Identification Key, go to http://snr.unl.edu/herpneb/turtle/turtleidentificationkey.asp
Dr. Jerry Volesky discusses how annual forages can be utilized as an option to replace native range and pasture for grazing and includes information on both irrigated and dry land production
Nebraska grows more than corn. A unique hydroponic greenhouse system produces herbs with the help of a nutrient-rich tank of goldfish. More on Grow With the Flow Aquaponics http://www.gwtfaquaponics.com/ More on Buy Fresh Buy Local: http://food.unl.edu/buy-fresh-buy-local-nebraska
Nebraska grows more than corn. Meet a family growing produce and serving it fresh in their lake side restaurant. More about Lakehouse Farm: http://lakehousefarm.com/prairie-plate-restaurant/ More on Buy Fresh Buy Local: http://food.unl.edu/buy-fresh-buy-local-nebraska
Nebraska grows more than corn. An indoor farm in Grand Island produces a variety of unique edible mushrooms. More about Nebraska Mushroom: http://www.nebraskamushroom.com/ More on Buy Fresh Buy Local: http://food.unl.edu/buy-fresh-buy-local-nebraska
Presented at the Sustainable Use of Crop Residues on Cow/Calf and Yearling Operations Conference.
In Nebraska, the 4-H youth development program is part of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension. 4-H youth can choose from over 150 different projects. In 2015, Lancaster County 4-H involved nearly: 1,017 club members, 248 independent members, 2,205 youth in afterschool & summer programs which incorporated 4-H activities, and 20,582 youth in 4-H school enrichment programs. Nearly 1,345 adults volunteered!
Dr. James Barnes Will Share Several Lessons Learned from the Mississippi State University Extension Service's Program called Mississippi Bricks to Clicks (www.msbrickstoclicks.com).
Power of Business is wrapping up our Cyber Security Awareness series with a Friday 15 devoted to helping you protect your customers! Having a presence online is the new business standard but your customers have been barraged with warnings about the dangers of doing business online. You, the business owner, have a responsibility to act responsibly to protect their information and assure them that doing business with you is a great option. Join Power of Business contributors Mary Peabody (UVM) and Steve Hadcock (Cornell) for an overview on steps to take to keep your customers' information safe.
Power of Business is kicking off Cyber Security Awareness Month, #CyberAware , with a Friday 15 devoted to helping you protect your business! Having a presence online is the new business standard but without the proper attention you, or an employee, can tank your business in just one click. Join Power of Business contributors Mary Peabody (UVM) and Steve Hadcock (Cornell) for an overview on what the risks are, tips to keep your business and your customers safe and where to find resources to help.
As part of the Nebraska Youth Beef Leadership Symposium for high school students, I am presenting about beef nutrition and how to make videos using iMovie, so I created this video to show a fun and easy way to promote beef.
Learn how to make your own ground beef crumbles.
Save money by making your own beef patties instead of purchasing them pre-made.
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