Flood-Damaged Cropland – Should Leases be Adjusted?

🕔Mar 29, 2019Where there is significant damage from flooding to cropland, should the rental rate be adjusted for 2019? The answer lies in the characteristics of the individual situation. This article provides […]

Farm Business: 5 Top New Year’s Resolutions

🕔Dec 24, 2015New Year’s resolutions are really an effort to change unhealthy habits or adopt new ones to improve your life or business. As we think about recent shifts in the farm […]

Nebraska: Central Seed Hopper Planters May Need More Weight

🕔May 16, 2015Some producers with the newer style, front-fold planters with a central seed hopper have been noticing problems with uniform seeding depth across the width of the planter.  Some of these […]

Nebraska: Weather Conditions Bringing Wheat Diseases and Risk of Fusarium Head Blight

🕔May 16, 2015Weather conditions during the last 2 weeks (cool temperatures and moisture) have favored development of stripe rust which has been confirmed as far west as Perkins County. At the University of […]

Nebraska Planting: First, Check Your Planter Without Seed – 5 Pre Season Tips

🕔Apr 17, 2015Before starting to plant, take time to check on how well your planter will perform in the field. As with any piece of equipment, the operator’s manual is the starting […]

Nebraska: Winter Wheat Reports and Management Options

🕔Apr 17, 2015Many Nebraska winter wheat fields suffered some degree of damage due to winter injury or winterkill.  Following are Extension crop reports followed by information from Robert Klein, Extension crops specialist […]

Nebraska: Skip-Row Planting in Rainfed Corn

🕔Apr 10, 2015Skip-row is a practice that can increase the success on rainfed corn if one has at least 4,000 pounds of wheat residue (the residue from a 40-bushel wheat crop — […]

Nebraska: Scout Now for Herbicide Resistant Weeds – Especially Marestail

🕔Mar 20, 2015Winter annual weeds are taking advantage of the recent warm temperatures and sunshine to resume growth and development, making this an ideal time to scout for henbit, field pennycress, tansymustard, shepherd’s-purse […]

Nebraska: Make Sure Corn, Soybean Herbicide Choices are Legal for Fall Forage

🕔Mar 2, 2015When growers add cover crops, it’s important to select and manage the crop according to the primary objective for the crop. Cover crops usually are planted to benefit the soil […]

Cash Rent or Crop Share – Who Pays for What? Write it Down.

🕔Jan 10, 2015Tension can develop between landlords and tenants who become unsure as to whether their lease arrangement is fair, especially during uncertain financial times. The best way to build mutual trust […]

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