Nebraska On-Farm Research Network: Reliable, Research-based Information (Webinar)

Nebraska On-Farm Research Network: Reliable, Research-based Information (Webinar)

The Nebraska On-Farm Research Network is a collaborative project where producers take an active role in answering questions that impact the productivity, profitability, and long-term sustainability of their operations. Research is conducted using scientifically sound methods and results provide valuable information for farmers and agronomists throughout the state.

In this Center for Agricultural Profitability presentation, Laura Thompson shares about the network and provides examples of research studies that have been conducted. Thompson is joined by on-farm research participant Don Batie, who shares his experience and the impact of conducting on-farm research on his Lexington, Nebraska farm.

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On-farm research location map
Figure 1. Every year, Nebraska On-Farm Research conducts 80-100 studies with producers in Nebraska. This map illustrates the on-farm research locations that were completed in 2021. (Image from the 2021 Nebraska On-Farm Research Results book)

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