Radio News From The University of Nebraska - Lincoln Extension
Weekly sermons from Reformed University Fellowship (RUF) at the University of Nebraska. At RUF we believe that you're never so bad that you're beyond the reach of God's grace and at the same time you're never so good that you're beyond the need of God's grace.
Pasture, rangeland and forage crops are the foundation of livestock production. Join the Nebraska Extension Forage Systems team and topic experts as they discuss management practices and principles for Nebraska's pastures, rangeland, and forages. -University of Nebraska - Lincoln © 2020-
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The Backyard Farmer - gardening and turf strategies throughout the growing season.
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Two of the Omaha World-Herald's biggest hoops junkies — Nebraska beat writer Chris Heady and Creighton beat writer Jon Nyatawa — team up to share their college basketball insight and analysis.
Mitch Sherman and Max Olson dig into Nebraska football from inside the gates of Memorial Stadium, where no ticket has gone unsold since 1962. With their combined decades of experience around the Huskers, Mitch and Max will keep you informed on key issues and topics in Lincoln.
A cooperative project of the Cooper Foundation and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the E.N. Thompson Forum on World Issues began in 1988 as part of a mission to promote better understanding of world events and issues by Nebraskans. This (audio-only) podcast is updated the day after a lecture in the series is given.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Glenn Korff School of Music's podcast -- Korff Kast. We will talk about a wide range of topics relating to the Glenn Korff School of Music.
Jesus tells a story about security to an insecure audience.
Aaron Berger and Dr. Rick Funston review the current options available for pregnancy diagnosis in cattle.By UNL BeefWatch
On today’s Extension Almanac, Nebraska Extension Educator John Fech talks about why fall is the best time to plant trees and offers tips on newly planted trees.By Nebraska Extension
Beef producers have several decisions to make when it comes to bovine respiratory issues in high health risk cattle. Nebraska Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist Elliot Dennis talks about the economic impacts of metaphylaxis.By Nebraska Extension
Exposed tree roots in the lawn and landscape can be a difficult issue to manage for homeowners. University of Nebraska Assistant Director for Landscape Operations Jeff Culbertson talks about management tips to keep tree roots healthy.By Nebraska Extension
With drought in much of the state, producers with fall calving cows need to be especially mindful of body condition. Nebraska Extension Cow/Calf Systems and Stocker Management Specialist Karla Wilke talks about how drought conditions have affected forage quality.By Nebraska Extension
Ever wonder about those small bugs that tend to bite during football season? Nebraska Extension Entomologist Jody Green talks about painful bites of a tiny insect and what to do about it.By Nebraska Extension
Harvest Safety, Markets, Weather Outlook, Nitrate Dangers, Translating MoosBy University of Nebraska
Drought conditions around the state have caused producers to make some tough choices when it comes to feeding their cattle. Nebraska Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist Elliot Dennis talks about helping ranchers make good decisions during any environmental condition.By Nebraska Extension
Backyard Farmer focuses on managing exposed tree roots and creative ideas for fall containers.By University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Aaron Berger and Dr. Elliott Dennis discuss data that shows changes to grid pricing for cattle after processing plant shut downs due to the COVID 19 pandemic.By UNL BeefWatch
As the weather cools off and fall is right around the corner, Nebraska Extension Educator John Fech says it’s a great time to check your landscape for damage, insect and disease issues and make notes for the next growing season.By Nebraska Extension
In our inaugural episode, we discuss fall planted and harvested forage crops with UNL forage and beef systems specialists.
Cattle usually get Vitamin A from green grasses. Mary Drewnoski, Nebraska Extension Beef Systems Specialist says when grass starts turning brown in the fall or due to drought conditions, supplements may be needed.By Nebraska Extension
Spring is usually the time of year when homeowners plan to plant things in their landscapes. Justin Evertson from the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum says fall is a much better time to plant trees and shrubs.By Nebraska Extension
9/10/20 We continue in our series focusing on Jesus and His parables and we look at the Parable of the Soils which is more commonly known as the Parable of the Sower. We recognize that the different soils represent different heart responses to Jesus, and we ask ourselves what soil our hearts are most clearly aligned with.…
Aaron Berger and Leslie Johnson discuss a recent survey of crop consultants and farmers that examined views on use of manure as a nutrient source in crop production systems.By UNL BeefWatch
Despite the Covid pandemic, the cattle export market looks to remain on pace with numbers from 2019. Nebraska Extension Livestock Marketing Specialist Elliot Dennis talks about current beef export issues.By Nebraska Extension
Aaron Berger and Dr. Karla Wilke review the importance of monitoring body condition from calving through breeding in the fall calving cow.By UNL BeefWatch
Ag Secretary in Nebraska, Markets with Darin Fessler, Weather Outlook, Verbal Farmland Leases, Women in Ag EventsBy University of Nebraska
Fungus Beetles, a.k.a., the new house bug is found infesting brand-new homes in the late summer-early fall by the hundreds. Nebraska Extension Entomologist Jody Green says the best method of treatment is to vacuum and wait patiently because the infestation should go away by itself.By Nebraska Extension
Backyard Farmer helps with tips on keeping rodents out of your home this winter and deciding which ornamental grasses to cut back this winter.By University of Nebraska - Lincoln
As summer heads towards fall, gardeners can still enjoy their favorite hobby by turning their focus indoors. Nebraska Extension Landscape Horticulture Specialist Kim Todd talks about a variety of popular indoor plants.By Nebraska Extension
Aaron Berger, Ben Beckman and Jim Jansen discuss the importance of planning for drought with pasture lease agreements.By UNL BeefWatch
Smaller ornamental trees are often overlooked in favor of the more traditional larger trees in the landscape. Bob Hendrickson from the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum talks about selections for small trees.By Nebraska Extension
Current commodity prices have made corn a competitive feed option. Nebraska Extension Educator Erin Laborie talks about feeding cattle corn as opposed to hay this winter.By Nebraska Extension
Aaron Berger and Dr. Mary Drewnoski discuss the importance of reviewing vitamin A needs in cattle due to drought conditions and options for meeting requirements.By UNL BeefWatch
This season has seen a rise in pear trees turning a splotchy orange color due to pear rust. Nebraska Extension Plant Diagnostician Kyle Broderick talks about the disease and what homeowners can do to help control it.By Nebraska Extension
9/3/20. We continue looking at the parable of the two lost sons and learn we're far worse off than we think but far more loved than we could ever imagine in Jesus.
Corn Silage Inoculation, Farm Custom Rates, Markets, Weather Outlook, Wheat Variety TrialsBy University of Nebraska
Backyard Farmer focuses on good fall watering of landscape plants and trees and we'll give some tips about controlling pear rust.By University of Nebraska - Lincoln
One of the most annoying insects during this time of year are yellow jackets. They always seem to show up during outdoor activities but Nebraska Extension Entomologist Jody Green says there are some effective ways of controlling them.By Nebraska Extension
Aaron Berger and Erin Laborie talk about the option of limit feeding cows corn as an option when hay is expensive compared to corn on an energy basis.By UNL BeefWatch
Corn silage can be a valuable feed option. Nebraska Extension Beef Feedlot Management Specialist Galen Erickson says there are plenty of considerations producers need to keep in mind when buying and storing silage.By Nebraska Extension
As our turfgrass greens up in the spring, most homeowners are concerned about weed control. However, Nebraska Extension Turfgrass Specialist Bill Kreuser says broadleaf weed control is much more effective in the fall.By Nebraska Extension
Aaron Berger, Ben Beckman and Brad Schick discuss keys to remember when storing hay for the fall and winter.By UNL BeefWatch
End guns on center pivots can help farmers get water to difficult areas of their fields. But, Nebraska Extension Irrigation Cropping Systems Educator Steve Melvin, says the end gun is most inefficient part of the pivot because it does not apply the water very uniformly.By Nebraska Extension
Home gardens can benefit from planting a cover crop after you’ve harvested your produce. Nebraska Extension Educator Terri James explains that cover crops can help improve your soil.By Nebraska Extension
Aaron Berger and Ben Beckman discuss the many ways summer annuals can be used as a forage resource and things to remember when utilizing it.By UNL BeefWatch
Backyard Farmer takes a look at pruning at the proper time and cover crops to help improve your garden soil.By University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Ag land sales transactions are the topic of today’s Extension Almanac. Nebraska Extension Ag Economist Jim Jansen talks about who’s buying and selling ag land in Nebraska.By Nebraska Extension