New Video Series on Ag Land Management and Leasing Considerations
May 25, 2023
The videos discuss topics relevant to landlords and tenants and their accompanying leasing considerations, including crop residue, hunting rights, pasture leases and using manure on cropland.
Manure Improves Soil Health and Provides Yield Stability and Reliability
March 17, 2023
UNL researchers share their results after 77 years of applying manure to soil at the Knorr-Holden plot, the oldest experimental irrigated corn plot in North America.
Calculating the Value of Nutrients in Manure
March 16, 2023
Nebraska Extension Animal Manure Management Educator Leslie Johnson walks through the steps of calculating manure value.
2023 Manure Training Locations and Dates
January 12, 2023
All are welcome to attend the training sessions, which will help producers learn how to best use manure on their operations, as well as provide an update on land application regulations.
Managing Weed Seeds in Manure
December 9, 2022
Weed seeds in manure can be problematic when they result in overgrown, weedy fields after manure application. Luckily, there are some measures that reduce the viability of those weed seeds.
Not All Manure is Created Equal
October 6, 2022
Animal Manure Management Extension Educator Leslie Johnson reviews the different kinds of manure and how the nutrient contents and characteristics of each product differs.
Manure Application Following Silage
August 2, 2022
Leslie Johnson, Nebraska Extension's animal manure management educator, breaks down the difference between nitrogen and phosphorus rates and how to choose the best method for your operation.
Aminopyralids: Restrictions for Grazing, Compost and Manure
April 7, 2022
The EPA is currently reviewing a group of pyridines for residue concerns in manure and compost, and producers are encouraged to evaluate their grazing and compost plans before application of these herbicides.