Husker Harvest Days

Attendees at Husker Harvest Days, Sept. 11-13 near Grand Island, can find the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Husker Red steel building at Lot 827 on the southeast side of the exhibit grounds.
Attendees at Husker Harvest Days, Sept. 11-13 near Grand Island, can find the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Husker Red steel building at Lot 827 on the southeast side of the exhibit grounds.

University HHD Exhibits to Focus on Managing Change and Challenge August 29, 2018

“Managing Change and Challenge: Strengthening Nebraska’s Agricultural Economy” is the theme for university exhibits at this year's Husker Harvest Days. Exhibits will outline strategies and tools that can directly impact the economic well-being of farm and ranch families.

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Using Corn Yield Forecasts, an IANR exhibit at 2016 Husker Harvest Days (HHD)
Using Corn Yield Forecasts, an IANR exhibit at 2016 Husker Harvest Days (HHD)

What You'll See at the IANR Exhibits at 2016 Husker Harvest Days September 8, 2016

Here's a preview of this year's IANR exhibits at Husker Harvest Days, all based on the theme: "Weather Ready Farms: Successfully Managing Extremes." Stop by to view exhibits, demonstrations, and tools — indoors and out — and visit with Nebraska Extension specialists and educators to see how you can make your farm or ranch more resilient to the myriad of extremes facing today's producer.

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Attendees at Husker Harvest Days, Sept. 13-15 near Grand Island, can find the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Husker Red steel building at Lot 321 on the south side of the exhibit grounds.
Attendees at Husker Harvest Days, Sept. 13-15 near Grand Island, can find the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Husker Red steel building at Lot 321 on the south side of the exhibit grounds.

UNL Exhibits to Focus on Climate, 'Weather Ready Farms' at HHD August 30, 2016

Agricultural producers and Nebraskans attending Husker Harvest Days near Grand Island Sept. 13-15 will learn ways to maintain profitability while addressing challenges from the state's climate at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources exhibit.

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