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What’s good for the herd is good for the bird

Grasslands historically covered approximately 170 million acres of North America and were the dominant landscape of Nebraska. Whether short, mixed, or tallgrass prairie, these landscapes provided [...]

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Can Cover Crops Plus Cattle Be a Recipe for Improved Soil Health?

By Mary Drewnoski, Ph.D., Beef Systems Specialist, University of Nebraska Source: Nebraska Cattleman Magazine Many of the species promoted and utilized as cover crops can be excellent forage [...]

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Visualize, Document and Execute a Future Grazing Plan

For cow-calf producers during a year of normal rainfall in the Midwest, a detailed grazing plan to manage resources in an efficient and productive manner can be supportive. In 2021, […]

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The Role of Natural Gas in February’s Power Shortages

Energy is an ever-growing topic in agriculture, especially after the power shortages producers experienced in the February 2021 Winter Storm “Uri.” “The Complicated Issue of Power” was outlined [...]

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2020 Road Trip – What has NC been up to?

Last week NC staff traveled across the state for the annual Road Trip, talking with members and updating them on current happenings within Nebraska Cattlemen. If you were unable to […]

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Legal status of the Navigable Waters Protection Rule

Ashley Kohls, Director of Government Affairs talks with Scott Yager, NCBA Chief Environmental Council on the recent Navigable Waters Protection Rule. On June 22nd, the Navigable Waters Protection [...]