views:27769
September 8, 2009
Dividing Iris and Peony
Dividing Iris and Peony

UNL East Campus Landscape Services Manager Jeff Culbertson talks about proper dividing and transplanting iris and peony plants

views:12437
February 15, 2009
13 Fun Ways to Eat More Fruits and Veggies
13 Fun Ways to Eat More Fruits and Veggies

Most of us know we should eat more fruits and veggies; most of us do not eat enough. Here are 13 fun ways to add fruits and veggies to meals.

views:8080
July 8, 2008
Ground Handling Horses: Approaching a Horse Safely
Ground Handling Horses: Approaching a Horse Safely

This video discusses the basics of handling horses on the ground safely as well as the different senses of the horse. This video program was a cooperative effort of equine and safety specialists from the University of Idaho, University of Nevada, Reno, and Washington State University. It is a must for riders, instructors, horse camp counselors and anyone involved with horses. For more horse information, visit www.extension.org/horses!

views:223
February 5, 2010
How Windrow Grazing Works in the High Plains Region Part 3
How Windrow Grazing Works in the High Plains Region Part 3

Windrow grazing or swath grazing research in the High Plains Region of Nebraska and Colorado has shown this management strategy can work well to reduce harvested feed costs to beef enterprises.

views:57
October 11, 2012
Do You Have a Social Media Plan?
Do You Have a Social Media Plan?

University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension Educator encourages entrepreneurs to put together a solid social media business plan. Without one, an entrepreneur really has no direction or goal to achieve, thus greater chance of failure. Another short Mini-Let's Do Business segment will air shortly.

views:6765
April 13, 2009
Fresh from the Farmers' Market
Fresh from the Farmers' Market

10 tips to keep those fresh fruits and veggies from the Farmers' Market fresh when you bring them home.

views:9258
July 17, 2008
Horse Owner Survival: Catching, Leading & Tying a Horse
Horse Owner Survival: Catching, Leading & Tying a Horse

This video briefly discusses the proper methods of catching, leading and tying a horse. It is part of the Horse Owner Survival video series.The series, developed by Kathy Anderson at the University of Nebraska, covers many important facts about horses that every horse owner should know. Topics covered include horse behavior, catching and leading a horse, daily grooming routine, care and maintenance, and emergency first aid. For more horse information, visit www.extension.org/horses

views:3796
July 17, 2008
Horse Owner Survival: Feeding Horses, as seen on eXtension
Horse Owner Survival: Feeding Horses, as seen on eXtension

This video briefly discusses feeding horses. It is part of the Horse Owner Survival video series.The series, developed by Kathy Anderson at the University of Nebraska, covers many important facts about horses that every horse owner should know. Topics covered include horse behavior, catching and leading a horse, daily grooming routine, care and maintenance, and emergency first aid. For more horse information, visit www.extension.org/horses

views:416
February 5, 2010
Windrow Grazing Economics Part 1
Windrow Grazing Economics Part 1

Windrow grazing or swath grazing can significantly reduce harvesting and feeding costs for forage to cattle enterprises as compared to feeding baled hay. These costs savings can equal clost to $40 per ton. Windrow grazing also effectively returns a majority of nutrients contained in the feed back to the ground that it was harvested from, significantly reducing subsequent fertilizer needs for future crops.

views:100993
June 9, 2008
Guinea Fowl Hatching (seen on EGG Cam) - 2nd
Guinea Fowl Hatching (seen on EGG Cam) - 2nd

This Guinea Fowl was hatched on EGG Cam and videotaped on June 6, 2008. EGG Cam is on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension This Guinea Fowl was hatched on EGG Cam and videotaped on June 6, 2008. EGG Cam is on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension This Guinea Fowl was hatched on EGG Cam and videotaped on June 6, 2008. EGG Cam is on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension in Lancaster County 4-H Embryology Web site at http://lancaster.unl.edu/eggcam

views:17
October 13, 2012
Online Strategy - Starting with Local Search
Online Strategy - Starting with Local Search

There are many tools available to you to reach a new customer base but you need to start with understanding local search. The mobile devices are used - the more important local search becomes! Learn how to start claiming your bubble!

views:39647
June 24, 2008
Wolf Spider Eating a Cricket
Wolf Spider Eating a Cricket

A (hungry) female wolf spider pounces on and eats a cricket. Demonstrated at a 4-H Clover College Entomology Workshop taught by Extension Educator Barb Ogg in June 2008. Presented by University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension in Lancaster County, Clover College is four days of hands-on workshops for youth ages 6 & up.

views:91
September 22, 2012
Kicking off - Lets Do BusINEss - UNL Extension eShip
Kicking off - Lets Do BusINEss - UNL Extension eShip

UNL Extension Entrepreneurship is kicking off an educational series to help businesses and communities in Nebraska grow and prosper! Topics will range from innovation, creativity, online presence, social media, business planning, marketing, to entrepreneurial communities. UNL Extension will present short tips to help you think differently and be successful!

views:13578
July 8, 2008
Ground Handling Horses: Introduction and Horse Senses
Ground Handling Horses: Introduction and Horse Senses

This video discusses the basics of handling horses on the ground safely as well as the different senses of the horse. This video program was a cooperative effort of equine and safety specialists from the University of Idaho, University of Nevada, Reno, and Washington State University. It is a must for riders, instructors, horse camp counselors and anyone involved with horses.

views:17032
July 8, 2008
Ground Handling Horses: Horse Flight Zone and Defense
Ground Handling Horses: Horse Flight Zone and Defense

This video discusses the basics of handling horses on the ground safely as well as the different senses of the horse. This video program was a cooperative effort of equine and safety specialists from the University of Idaho, University of Nevada, Reno, and Washington State University. It is a must for riders, instructors, horse camp counselors and anyone involved with horses. For more horse information, visit www.extension.org/horses!

views:107647
June 9, 2008
Guinea Fowl Hatching (seen on EGG Cam)
Guinea Fowl Hatching (seen on EGG Cam)

This Guinea Fowl was hatched on EGG Cam and videotaped on June 6, 2008. EGG Cam is on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension in Lancaster County 4-H Embryology Web site at http://lancaster.unl.edu/eggcam

views:4896
July 17, 2008
Horse Owner Survival:Grooming & Stall Maintenance, eXtension
Horse Owner Survival:Grooming & Stall Maintenance, eXtension

This video briefly discusses the proper methods of grooming a horse and how to clean a stall. It is part of the Horse Owner Survival video series.The series, developed by Kathy Anderson at the University of Nebraska, covers many important facts about horses that every horse owner should know. Topics covered include horse behavior, catching and leading a horse, daily grooming routine, care and maintenance, and emergency first aid. For more horse information, visit www.extension.org/horses.

views:39506
April 24, 2009
Color Yourself Healthy
Color Yourself Healthy

Check the colors on YOUR plate. How healthy are they?

views:429
February 5, 2010
Windrow Grazing Research Part 2
Windrow Grazing Research Part 2

Windrow grazing is a process by which a crop is windrowed and left in the field for grazing at a later time. By windrowing or swathing the crop in the early fall, in areas where a majority of the moisture comes seasonally in the spring and summer months, many crops will maintain their quality during the fall and winter months with minimum deterioration. These swaths can then be grazed with livestock at a later time using temporary electric fence to ration out the feed and minimize feed waste.

views:254
August 28, 2009
Containers at the Fair
Containers at the Fair

UNL Extension Landscape Horticulture Specialist Kim Todd and Extension Assistant Terri James show us some great examples of large containers and beautiful combinations at the Nebraska State Fair.

views:596
August 28, 2009
UNL Turf Research Project
UNL Turf Research Project

UNL PhD student Scott Dworak explains a new technique for assessing turf stress.