Ag Almanac Weekly Radio Features

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Monday, April 13 2015
Nebraska 4-H Impact
1 in 3 youth in Nebraska are involved in 4-H. New curriculum area focuses around leadership, technology and innovation, skills youth will need to become the next generation of leaders. Kathleen Lodl, University of Nebraska Associate Dean of Extension.MP3
http://4h.unl.edu

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Tuesday, April 14 2015
Custom Hog Feeding
LB176 would amend the state's Competitive Livestock Markets Act an anti-corporate farming law that prohibits meatpackers from owning, controlling or feeding livestock for more than five days prior to slaughter. Dave Aiken, Nebraska Extension Ag and Water Law Specialist.MP3

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Wednesday, April 15 2015
Hackberry Trees
The Hackberry is a hardy native Nebraska tree that often grows 40-60 feet and it great for landscapes. Justin Evertson, Nebraska Forest Service Green Infrastructure Coordinator.MP3
http://nfs.unl.edu

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Thursday, April 16 2015
Spring Weather Outlook
Cool wet weather may have an affect on spring planting. Al Dutcher, University of Nebraska Extension State Climatologist.MP3
http://www.hprcc.unl.edu

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Friday, April 17 2015
Nebraska LEAD Program Update
The Nebraska LEAD Program began 34 years ago to develop agricultural leaders from Nebraska's future generations. LEAD class 33 just returned from an international travel seminar bring back great experiences. Terry Hejny, Director, Nebraska LEAD Program.MP3
https://lead.unl.edu

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