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Monday March 1, 2021
Resilient Farms
During the last 10 years, the economic environment that US farms have faced has been extremely variable. Nebraska Extension Agricultural Systems Educator Robert Tigner talks about the characteristics of a successful, resilient farm operation.MP3
https://cropwatch.unl.edu/2018/characteristics-financially-resilient-farms

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Tuesday March 2, 2021
Snowdrops
The appearance of the first spring flowers is always a welcome sight that winter is over. Nebraska Extension Assistant Educator MaryJane Frogge says one of the earliest flowers to appear are snowdrops which often emerging through the snow in March.MP3
https://youtu.be/rkBZ6ZA39v0

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Wednesday March 3, 2021
Preparing for Calving
For some the calving season is almost upon us, while for others, the start of the calving season is still a few months away. Nebraska Extension Educator Aaron Berger talks about what producers should know about overcoming certain problems during calving.MP3
https://beef.unl.edu/beefwatch/preparing-calving

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Thursday March 4, 2021
Nebraska Pollinator Certification Program
The decline in pollinator populations could be a serious problem for crop production but there is a way you could help support these insects. Nebraska Extension Assistant Educator Scott Evans talks about the Pollinator Certification Program offered by Nebraska Extension.MP3
https://entomology.unl.edu/pollinator-habitat-certification

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Friday March 5, 2021
Natural, Organic, Non-GMO
A lot of people are looking for what is considered a ‘natural’ or ‘organic’ products that they can use or plant around their homes. Nebraska Extension Educator John Porter says some of these words can be confusing and misleading.MP3
https://youtu.be/mFE4fGwSrzE

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