Extension’s Successful Farmer Series Will Dig into Cropping Systems Hot Topics

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All sessions of the 2023 Successful Farmer Series session will be livestreamed and archived on YouTube for on-demand viewing.

Extension’s Successful Farmer Series Will Dig into Cropping Systems Hot Topics

Crop producers will learn about several hot topics from university and industry experts at Nebraska Extension in Lancaster County’s “Successful Farmer Series.” Sessions will be held on Thursdays, Nov. 30, Dec. 7 and Jan. 4 at the Nebraska Extension in Lancaster County conference rooms, 444 Cherrycreek Rd., Suite A, Lincoln. Each session will also be livestreamed and archived on YouTube. All sessions will be 9-11:30 a.m.

Scheduled topics are:

  • Thursday, Nov. 30 — Ag Policy and Marketing
  • Thursday, Dec. 7 — Weather and Climate Projections, Cover Crops and Farmer Panel
  • Thursday, Jan. 4 — Nitrogen Management Tools, Water Quality and Nitrate Management

Multiple sessions and topics allow producers to pick the topics most relevant to them and their operation. Cost is $10 per session or $20 for the entire series. Refreshments will be provided. No cost to watch online.

Each topic will feature two to three speakers from the University of Nebraska–Lincoln or related organizations. Industry experts are invited to attend and address more specific questions or interact with attendees during the breaks.

The Dec. 7 session will include a panel of local producers discussing innovations they are exploring.

The Successful Farmer Series is also a great opportunity to visit with other area producers in attendance. 

Please register at least two days before each session. More information and registration link is online. You may also register by contacting Karen Wedding at 402-441-7180. Pay at the event with check (payable to Lancaster County Extension), cash or credit/debit card (small additional fee).

CCA credits will be available at relevant sessions for certified crop advisors attending in person.

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