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Monday January 17, 2021
A Calf’s Most Important Meal – Colostrum
Colostrum is the first milk meal that is produced after calving. Due to its nutrient rich and antibody makeup, it is essential for a calf’s health and can affect performance during that first year. Nebraska Beef Extension Educator Aaron Berger talks about why colostrum is so important to the health and wellbeing of calves.MP3
https://beef.unl.edu/beefwatch/2020/calfs-most-important-meal-colostrum

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Tuesday January 18, 2021
UNL Food Processing Center Professional
Entrepreneurs in the food industry can get professional development for several ventures at the UNL Food Processing Center. Food Entrepreneur Assistance Program Manager Jill Gifford talks about programs and courses that are available.MP3
https://fpc.unl.edu/

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Wednesday January 19, 2021
Farm Succession Assumptions to Avoid
Retiring from the farm operation can be a tricky situation if nothing is in place to plan out how the farm will run or even exist. Nebraska Extension Farm Succession Specialist Allan Vyhnalek discusses what all farm families should do well before it’s time to retire.MP3
https://cap.unl.edu/succession

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Thursday January 20, 2021
Getting Enough Sleep
More and more studies are coming out that are focusing on the value of sleep. Nebraska Extension Rural Health and Wellness Educator Susan Harris talks about several key factors in making sure you’re well rested.MP3
https://extension.unl.edu/statewide/franklin/sleepless-in-nebraska-0/

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Friday January 21, 2021
Controlling Mice in the Home
Just like us, mice like a nice warm place with plenty of food. Nebraska Extension Wildlife Specialist Dennis Ferraro gives us some tips on keeping mice out of our home and what to do if they are already there.MP3
https://lancaster.unl.edu/pest/resources/thinkmouse.shtml

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