Ag Technology

NeATA 2017
Figure 1. Rachel Stevens, UNL MS student, discusses research with the multi-hybrid planters at the 2017 NeATA Conference. The 2018 conference looks at utilizing management zones in production agriculture and 16 more topics.

Conference to Highlight Latest Agricultural Technologies January 26, 2018

The Nebraska Agricultural Technologies Association (NeATA) conference will feature a symposium on using management zones in production agriculture and new technologies Feb. 7-8 in Kearney.

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The Department of Biological Systems Engineering on the university's East Campus is home to three newly funded USDA grants advancing the development application of new ag technologies. Chase Hall, home to BSE, is shown on the right with the Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory and testing track in the background

Engineering Research Focusing on Next Generation of Ag Technologies November 2, 2017

The next generation of agricultural technologies and systems is the focus of three USDA-funded research projects in the Biological Systems Engineering Department at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. The projects were announced Oct. 17 by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture’s (NIFA) Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI).

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