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Resource conservation and stewardship is key to ensuring both the long-term productivity and profitability of American farms and ranches. IANR Under Secretary in Residence Greg Ibach says rewarding forward thinking for conservation practices is a key element to rethinking federal conservation programs.…
With the rise of the Delta variant, there’s now a renewed focus on tracking county-level transmission. The CDC has four classifications for community transmission – from low, moderate, substantial and high. Those counties with substantial or high should, under new CDC guidelines, wear masks in some indoor places.…
GREG RETURNS! Greg joins me and Todd for an afternoon discussion about college football season. THIS college football season, which is quickly coming upon us! IT IS TIME TO START DRINKING THE KOOL AID YOU SUNSABITCHES. You can be all... “I’ll wait and see... ” or “They need to show me something...” Or you can just give it up and get on this boat, t…
Mike Schaefer and Brian Christopherson put a bow on Big Ten Media Days, discuss the changing nature of conferences and what's ahead for Fred Hoiberg's team this coming season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices247Sports, Nebraska, Nebraska Football, Nebraska Cornhuskers による
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Squash vine borers can be a serious problem this time of year for home gardeners. Nebraska Extension Urban Entomologist Jody Green talks about what to look for and how you can manage them.Nebraska Extension による
Blue green algae can be toxic to your livestock. Nebraska Extension Water Quality Educator Amy Timmerman talks about what ranchers should be on the lookout for and what to do if they find it in their ponds.Nebraska Extension による
Herbicidal drift is a serious problem especially during the hot summer months. Nebraska Extension Turfgrass Specialist Roch Gaussoin talks about how drift occurs and how to avoid doing it around your home.Nebraska Extension による
Research has indicated that defects in teat shape and size may inhibit a calf’s ability to nurse, negatively impacting milk intake and calf gain. Nebraska Extension Beef Cattle Nutritionist Specialist Travis Mulliniks says producers may want to consider culling these cows from the heard.Nebraska Extension による
The University of Nebraska has a program that offers students a chance to get some real-world experience in community development. Helen Fagan, UNL Rural Fellows Program Coordinator says the program connects students with community development projects that has lasting effects on both the students and the communities.…
A private institution in Nebraska will be requiring students to get vaccinated before the fall semester or soon after. Doane College isn't requiring staff to be vaccinated, stating 82 percent of them already have been vaccinated.Nebraska Public Media による
The 21st annual Nebraska Grazing Conference will be held in Kearney August 9th through the 11th. Nebraska Extension Range and Forage Specialist Daren Redfearn says the conference is for people with an interest in the utilization and conservation of our grazing lands, and a desire to learn the most current information on grazing livestock systems.…
Yazidi refugees in Nebraska face language barriers, social stigma, and economic hardships, but the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the issues. Local groups and researchers are trying to help alleviate the barriers.Nebraska Public Media による
Vaccinations, new mask guidance all part of confronting the "enemy"Nebraska Public Media による
Officials at Bryan Medical Center in Lincoln say they’re frustrated by a resurgence of coronavirus in the Lincoln area and have had to re-open their COVID treatment department. Bryan Medical Center is currently treating 25 COVID-positive patients and an additional seven patients who are in need of critical care but are no longer COVID positive. CEO…
In March of last year, millions of students packed up their bags and returned home from their college towns. Yet, school was expected to continue. Auditorium lectures were replaced with Zoom lectures, and classmates were replaced with family pets and younger siblings. Lauren Dietrich with Nebraska Public Media News reports on the past and future of…
Oak trees thrive in Nebraska’s climate. They very rarely have any disease or insect pest issues, but David Olson from the Nebraska Forest Service says there are a few things to keep an eye out for.Nebraska Extension による
The University of Nebraska Medical Center has a new endowed professor and director for its American Indian Health Department in its College of Public Health. Jackie Ourada, with Nebraska Public Media News, spoke with Dr. Siobhan Wescott, who hopes to address Native American health and healing in her new role.…
Livestock owners, forage producers, and those interested in forage production are encouraged to attend the 2021 Forage August 4th and 5th at the Haskell Ag Research Lab near Concord. Ben Beckman, Nebraska Extension Forage Systems Educator says seminars will examine the challenges of growing, harvesting and storing forage especially during this summ…
Listen to Episode 15 with special guest, Trudy Merritt, founder and director of the Platte River Fitness Series. In this Episode, we talk with Trudy about the 20th anniversary of the Platte River Fitness Series. We also talk with her about the multiple races and clubs inside of the series and the impact they have on individuals and the community. W…
The heat index is expected to reach more than one-hundred degrees for most of this week in Nebraska. Heat-related illnesses should be a concern, especially for children and seniors.Nebraska Public Media による
The Department of Education wants a second draft of the standards, which have generated controversy over their sex education components, to be made public in the first part of AugustNebraska Public Media による
COVID-19 cases are trending in the wrong direction, and Nebraska infectious disease experts point to the Delta variant as the lead suspect in the state. Will Bauer of Nebraska Public Media News reports. The pandemic had reached all-time lows just over one month ago. Cases stood in the high 20s, but now the Delta variant has come on strongly in the …
The UNL National Food Entrepreneur Program has helped thousands of entrepreneurs realize their dream of starting a food company. According to the programs coordinator Jill Gifford, If you’re attending this year’s State Fair in Grand Island you’ll want to be sure to stop by their exhibit to sample foods produced by Nebraska entrepreneurs.…