Crops, Irrigation, Livestock

Husker Harvest Days

Don’t forget to visit the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s IANR building at Husker Harvest Days! “Small Changes, Big Payback: Strengthening Nebraska’s Agricultural Economy” is the theme for the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources exhibits at the farm show Sept. 12-14 near Grand Island.HDD17

Exhibits inside IANR’s Husker Red building will provide information on:

  • Strategies for managing family budgets during challenging economic times;
  • The relationship between cost, nutritional value and impact of various feed sources for cow/calf operations;
  • Understanding the county-by-county differences in the risk factors that affect crop insurance rates and how they impact profitability and management decisions;
  • How farmers can better utilize the Farm Bill safety net;
  • Benchmarking the costs of pumping irrigation water to better control input costs and make decisions related to pump efficiency and energy usage;
  • Crop production strategies that can have a positive impact on cost per acre and profit margin;
  • Using crop budgets to analyze the operating costs for a farm to become a low-cost producer;
  • The university’s annual survey of agricultural land value and rental rates in Nebraska.

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