Individual Classes of Farm Beginnings Program Starts This SaturdayThis year NE Extension is making individual sessions of the Farm Beginnings program available to the public if they are interested. Classes are being held on different[...]
Those looking to improve their understanding of agricultural production risks and crop insurance are encouraged to attend an upcoming crop insurance workshop hosted by the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. University experts, industry representatives and growers will[...]
Eight Nebraska Extension offices across the state will offer workshops in February providing livestock and crop farmers with information on how to turn manure nutrients into better crop yields while protecting the environment. Participants who[...]
During the winter of 2018 Nebraska Extension will host 17 Beef Profitability Workshops in Eastern Nebraska counties. To help beef producers evaluate their operations to make them more profitable through the latest research information. Extension[...]
Those who have inherited farmland or may do so in the future, are encouraged to register for an upcoming two-part online seminar series “So You’ve Inherited a Farm, Now What?” offered by Nebraska Extension. The[...]
RRN/ Firefighters responded to a metal building fire southeast of Lexington on Friday January 26, 2018. By Paul Pack/KRVN.
Lexington Volunteer Fire Department responded to an outbuilding fire Friday afternoon on agricultural property about 8 miles southeast of Lexington. Rescue Chief Doug Glaze was commanding officer at the scene. He says the sheet metal building, owned by David Kearney, was fully engulfed upon arrival and completely destroyed. Glaze said the building contained some tractors, a truck along with other farm equipment. The cause is suspected to be electrical. Glaze said they were assisted by Overton Volunteer Fire Department, Dawson County Sheriff’s Office and Dawson Public Power District.