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NEBRASKA STATE OF EMERGENCY

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NEBRASKA STATE OF EMERGENCY

NEBRASKA STATE OF EMERGENCY After last week's blizzard & heavy rainfall, many rural Nebraska communities and ranchers are in dire need of assistance. The flooding caused devastating damage to homes and ranches as well as loss of life & livestock. As people are trying to salvage what they can, help is needed. If you wish to send monetary donations use the links below: https://www.nefb.org/get-involved/disaster-assistance https://nebraskacattlemen.org/disaster-relief-fund/ If you can volunteer or have hay, feed, fencing supplies, or other needed physical items to donate, please use these links: https://www.nefb.org/ag-disaster-exchange https://www.tsln.com/priority/main-carousel/nebraska-blizzard-flooding-resources/ To read a news story, click HERE. Thank you for considering donating...

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Conservation Technical Assistance Other grazing practices by EQIP

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Conservation Technical Assistance Other grazing practices by EQIP

Managed grazing assistance available from USDA-NRCS Agricultural Conservation Easement Program Environmental Quality Incentives Program ACEP provides financial assistance to eligible partners for EQIP provides technical and financial assistance to ag-purchasing Agricultural Land Easements that protect the ricultural producers in order to address natural resouce agricultural use and conservation values of eligible land. In concerns and deliver environmental benefits through the case of working farms, the program helps farmers keep conservation practices or activities. NRCS will help eligible their land in agriculture. participants develop an EQIP plan of operations and, once implemented, payments will be made. Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) For...

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High Tensile fencing Question

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High Tensile fencing Question

I’m building a permanent power fence with high tensile wire.  Any suggestions?   Don’t over tension the wire. Using high-tensile wire allows for greater line post spacing than conventional wire; usually 50 feet as a minimum. Also, don't over-tighten the wires. Make sure it’s a flexible system that allows for wildlife impacts, snow loading, etc.  If you don’t “over-engineer” the fence, you’ll save lots of money. High Tensile fencing Question | Cyclops Electric Fence Energizer

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Lancaster County Graziers is planning their 26th annual grazing conference

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Lancaster County Graziers is planning their 26th annual grazing conference

Schedule of Events - Surviving Tough Times Dear Fellow Graziers,Lancaster County Graziers is planning their 26th annual grazing conference on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 19 and 20, 2019. Note change in location!New meeting address is 352 Martindale Road, Ephrata, PA 17522. The 2019 conference theme is “Surviving Tough Times”. This will prove to be a learning and stimulating time, hearing what our speakers are doing to stayprofitable. Our focus on Tuesday the 19th is survivingtough times and the second day on marketing what you produce. One change will be a phone relay system whereby we can update you by phone about...

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Mob Grazing set up with Electric Fence | Cyclops Energizers

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Mob Grazing set up with Electric Fence | Cyclops Energizers

Learn how to setup a paddocks to get the most from your livestock herd. When your high density/mob grazing the goal is to create a competitive eating environment, what one head my not eat another will. I   n this video, I will explain how to determine the paddock size for your herd, regardless the number of head you have. I will also explain why mob grazing works so well if done correctly. The most common problem people make when they try high density grazing is making the paddocks too big. They second problem is they think if they experiment...

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