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June 2020: Grass Whisperer Monthly

published: Tuesday, June 23, 2020

  •  CFAP
  •  Drought Monitor
  •  Musk Thistle
  •  Upcoming Events

May 2020: Grass Whisperer Monthly

published: Wednesday, May 27, 2020

  • Are you taking care of you?
  • Controlling flies on pastured cattle
  • How to choose a high-quality lab
  • What is you competitive advantage?

April Newsletter

published: Monday, May 4, 2020

  • Blessings Amidst the Chaos
  • High Mg Mineral
  • Early Spring Forage Enough for Growing Calves and Heifers?
  • Tips to Forage Sample
  • Upcoming Events

March 2020: Grass Whisperer Monthly

published: Tuesday, March 24, 2020

  • Registration Open for Nebraska Ranch Practicum
  •  Is the Price Right?
  • What Should I Pay to Purchase/Lease Land?
  • Cheatgrass 
  • Upcoming Events

February 2020: Grass Whisperer Monthly

published: Friday, February 21, 2020

Learn more about the following topics.

  • Are we Sustaining a Degrading Land?
  • Cover Crops & Biodiverity
  • Understanding the Value of Grass in NE
  • Upcoming Events

 

January 2020: Grass Whisperer Monthly

published: Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Please take a minute to read about the following topics in the January 2020 Edition of the Grass Whisperer Monthly.

  • Grazing Plans for 2020
  • NASS Update
  • What Cover Crops are Best for Grazing? – Green Cover Seeds
  • Hot Hay
  • Upcoming Events

December 2020: Grass Whisperer Monthly

published: Thursday, December 19, 2019

Pg. 1: A Christmas Cartoon
Pg. 2: Importance of Testing Your Forages
Pg. 3: Winter Grazing Considerations
Pg. 4: Pasture Leases
Pg. 6 – Upcoming Events

September 2020: Grass Whisperer Monthly

published: Tuesday, October 15, 2019

September Topics Include:
Pg. 1: Online Crop Residue Exchange Links Growers and Grazers
Pg. 2: Sandhills Grass Compared to NUTBAL
Pg. 3: Testing Forages and Nitration Cautions on Grazed Forages
Pg. 4: Upcoming Events

August 2019: Grass Whisperer Monthly

published: Monday, August 26, 2019

July Grass Whisperer Topics Include:

  1. Burn Boss Position Notice
  2.  Limit Feeding Cows
  3. Fenceline Weaning
  4. Putting Up High Quality Silage
  5. Burn Boss Full Position Description
  6. Upcoming Events

New Location for Generational Transition Workshop (and Grazing Conference) in Kearney!

Tuesday, August 13 from 6 to 9 pm (Generational Transition Workshop)

published: Wednesday, July 31, 2019

As a result of the recent flooding in Kearney, the location of the Nebraska Grazing Conference and the NGLC Generational Transition Workshop has moved to the Buffalo County Fairgrounds.

The NGLC Generational Transition Workshop will be held Tuesday evening, August 13th, from 6-9 pm CT during the Nebraska Grazing Conference.  The workshop will be held at the Extension Office (1400 E. 34th Street, Kearney, NE), just across from the Exhibition Building where the Grazing Conference will be held. 

The workshop will include a producer panel and experienced estate and transition attorney, Pamela Olsen.

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