Personnel

Beef Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
308-645-2267
Beef Systems, Extension Educator
Program Areas:
308-235-3122
Engagement Zone Coordinator, Extension Educator
Program Areas:
308-632-1230
Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-254-6821
Extension Educator
Program Areas:
308-536-2691
Extension engineer - Animal environment, Extension Specialist
402-472-3912
Extension Educator
Program Areas:
308-236-1235
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
308-872-6831
Beef Feedlot Nutrition Specialist, Extension Specialist
402-472-6402
Beef Genetics Specialist, Extension Specialist
Program Areas:
402-472-6489
Beef Systems Specialist, Extension Specialist
Program Areas:
402-472-6289
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
308-268-3105
Cow/Calf Stocker Cattle Management Specialist, Extension Specialist
Program Areas:
308-632-1230
Extension Educator, Lead Educator
Program Areas:
308-532-2683
Beef Systems Extension Educator
Program Areas:
308-327-2312
Beef Assistant Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-624-8030
Beef Cattle Reproductive Physiologist, Extension Specialist
Program Areas:
308-696-6703
Beef Systems, Extension Educator
Program Areas:
402-387-2213
Biosystems Economist, Extension Specialist
402-472-1911
Nebraska Extension, Associate Dean for Agriculture and Natural Resources
402-472-2966

Resources

Screenshot of the website Nebraska Beef Page

Nebraska Beef Page

UNL Beef | Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources
Shared By: Rob Eirich

Central Sandhills Beef Educator on Instagram

Check out beef resources for cattle ranchers in North Central Nebraska and beyond. Usually posts daily M-F and often on weekends.
Shared By: T. L. Meyer

Manure.unl.edu

Recycling local manure nutrients before purchasing fertilizer is key to protecting the environment. Manure can be an economic “Win”, due to its fertility value, and a soil quality “Win”, due to its organic matter. But it can also be a community risk, due to odors and pathogens. Our live educational programs, online courses, and resources provide science-based information on economically viable, environmentally sound manure handling systems that also comply with all regulations.
Shared By: Leslie Johnson
Screenshot of the website UNL BeefWatch

UNL BeefWatch

Monthly UNL Beef e-newsletter
BeefWatch Newsletter & Podcast | UNL Beef
Shared By: Troy Walz
Screenshot of the website UNL BeefWatch

UNL BeefWatch

Monthly UNL Beef e-newsletter
UNL BeefWatch September 2018 | Announce | University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Shared By: Brent Plugge
Screenshot of the website eBEEF

eBEEF

eBEEF
Shared By: Matt Spangler
Screenshot of the website Nebraska Beef Quality Assurance

Nebraska Beef Quality Assurance

Nebraska Beef Quality Assurance site has resources related to BQA, herd health, heat stress, veterinary feed directive, and cattle transportation. There is also resources for developing written Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for cattle operations.
Beef Quality Assurance Program | Nebraska
Shared By: Rob Eirich
Screenshot of the website Nebraska Beef /Livestock Budgets

Nebraska Beef /Livestock Budgets

Livestock | Center for Agricultural Profitability
Shared By: Glennis McClure
Screenshot of the website Nebraska Ranch Practicum

Nebraska Ranch Practicum

The Nebraska Ranch Practicum is a three-season, hands-on educational program designed to give participants the skills and education needed in today's complex ranching industry.
Nebraska Ranch Practicum | Nebraska
Shared By: Troy Walz

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