F. John Hay - Extension Educator for Bioenergy

John Hay

student, faculty
Graduate Student
Natural Resource Sciences
Work Chase Hall (CHA) 250
Lincoln NE 68583-0726
Work 402-472-0408 On campus, dial 2-0408


  • BS, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, 2001
  • MS, Texas A&M University , 2003

icon-documentPublications and Other Intellectual Contributions

  • Leaching loss of N03-N and dissolved P from manure and fertilizer during turfgrass establishment, Plant Soil

Faculty Bio

Bioenergy Crops in CropWatch
YouTube Channel: CropWatch Bioenergy

Lincoln solar farm
Figure 1. The state’s largest solar farm – located just west of Lincoln off Interstate 80 – features 15,333 solar panels on 30 acres. Developed by the Lincoln Electric System and completed in June 2016, it generates approximately 5 megawatts of electricity, enough to power 900 typical homes in Lincoln. (Photo by John Hay)

Solar Land Lease: Considerations in Nebraska

January 31, 2017
Before signing a solar lease, consider how it may impact your taxes, insurance, federal agriculture programs, and other property rights such as oil and minerals. This article looks at solar leases and points to consider in Nebraska.

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Field to market field print
Field to market field print

Field Assessment to Improve Efficiency Workshops Start Dec. 5

November 22, 2016
Nebraska Extension is hosting a series of free Field to Market workshops to help farmers interested in field sustainability move toward continuous improvement of their operation. The workshops will be held across the state in December and February.

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