Calendar

Mar
19
Tue
WP Chamber Ag Appreciation
Mar 19 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

West Point Chamber of Commerce Ag Appreciation

The annual Ag Appreciation dinner will be held on Tuesday March 19th at the Nielsen Community Center at 6p. Tickets will be available from the event sponsors. R.P. Smith will be the entertainment.

Tuesday, March 19th, 6:00 pm
Nielsen Community Center, 200 Anna Stalp Avenue, West Point, NE

Mar
20
Wed
ILF Livestock webinar
Mar 20 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

The role of livestock in sustainable agriculture is the topic of the Iowa Learning Farms webinar, Wednesday, March 20 at 12 p.m.

The webinar will focus on ruminant nutrition and feeding practices, and how ruminant production can be linked with crop diversity, soil health, climate and sustainable agriculture. Mark Rasmussen, director of the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture, will also discuss the strengths and weaknesses of production practices and current economics.

To watch, go to www.iowalearningfarms.org/page/webinars and click the link to join the webinar shortly before 12 p.m., March 20 to download the Zoom software and log in option. The webinar will be recorded and archived on the ILF website for watching at any time at https://www.iowalearningfarms.org/page/webinars.

Mar
22
Fri
Colfax Dodge Co Corn Growers Scholarships
Mar 22 all-day

The Colfax Dodge County Corn Growers Association is please to announce that applications are now available for the 2019 scholarship. The intent of this scholarship is to help young people pursuing a future in agriculture with additional financial support. It is the hope of the Colfax-Dodge County Corn Growers Association that youth will continue to find their future in agriculture.

The scholarship is open to any graduating senior, who is the son/daughter of an active Colfax-Dodge County Corn Growers Association and is pursuing a post-secondary education at any two or four-year College, University, or Trade school.

The local association will be awarding one $500 recipient in the Colfax county school system and one $500 dollar recipient in the Dodge county school system. All applications must be post-marked by Friday, March 22, 2019. Dodge County applicants should send their applications to Dodge County Extension office. Colfax County applicants should send their applications to Colfax County Extension office.

Aquaculture Conference
Mar 22 @ 8:30 am – Mar 23 @ 1:00 pm

The Coalition to Support Iowa’s Farmers (CSIF) is hosting the 2019 Aquaculture Conference on March 22 and 23 to provide farmers information about Iowa’s newest emerging livestock industry. The event, co-sponsored by Iowa State University and the North Central Regional Aquaculture Center (NCRAC), will be held at the Quality Inn & Suites in Ames from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday and from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday.

The event will include a wide range of important topics for farmers to consider such as the opportunities and economics of aquaculture, rules and regulations for fish farms, permits needed to buy and sell fish and shrimp, marketing, production systems, water chemistry, fish health and shrimp culture.

Registration, including a complimentary lunch, is free if completed by March 15. A $20 fee will be charged for registrations after March 15. For more information and to register, visit https://bit.ly/2T90PtZ or call 800-932-2436. Space is limited.

The NCRAC is one of the five Regional Aquaculture Centers established by Congress that are administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service. NCRAC is an administrative unit that serves the 12 states in the North Central Region: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.

Mar
23
Sat
Burt Co Cattlemen Ladies Night
Mar 23 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

The Annual Burt County Cattlemen Ladies Night is set for Saturday March 23, 6:30pm at the Lyons City Auditorium.

Mar
25
Mon
Agrability Training Wksp
Mar 25 – Mar 28 all-day

Agricultural workers with disabilities or chronic illness, their families and professional staff are invited to the AgrAbility National Training Workshop from March 25-28 at the Embassy Suites in downtown Lincoln.

The workshop, hosted by Nebraska AgrAbility, is the foremost educational event in the nation addressing disabilities in agriculture. Potential clients and their families, AgrAbility staff members and stakeholders — including U.S. Department of Agriculture and rehabilitation professionals, other nonprofit members, and suppliers of products beneficial to AgrAbility customers — are invited.

The program will offer information on leveraging resources and direct service to clients; networking opportunities with other clients, service providers and agency representatives; and training.

Registration is required at http://www.agrability.org/agrability-national-training-workshop. Early-bird registration ends March 1, and registration closes March 21.

Commodity Futures Basics
Mar 25 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Alan Feller of Feller Commodities is hosting an “Intro to Commodity Futures Trading Basics” class on Monday nights in February and March, from 7pm to 9pm each Monday night. Topics to be covered include using corn and soybeans futures and options, what are calls and puts and how do they work, and taking this information and incorporating it into your overall grain marketing strategy. The class takes place at the Feller Commodity office at 715 E. Hwy 275 in Wisner. There is no charge to attend. This is not a series…. the same class will be offered each Monday night, but it can be partly tailored for those in attendance. You can attend one night or multiple nights. Please call the office to reserve a spot at 402-529-6555.

Mar
26
Tue
Central Plains Dairy Expo
Mar 26 – Mar 28 all-day

Central Plains Dairy Expo
The Sanford Premier Center Complex, Sioux Falls, S.D.
March 26-28, 2019
www.centralplainsdairy.com

Tuesday, March 26, 2019
5:30pm – Welcome Reception
7:30pm – Travis Tritt in Concert
9:30pm – Hospitality Rooms

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

7:00am – Ag Prayer Breakfast
8:30am – Trade Show

9:00am – Breakout Session — Group #1
Breakout Session #1 – Road To Robotics — Stories And Tips From Dairies That Have Made The Journey To Labor Saving Automation 
Breakout Session #2 – The Levers To Pull And Buttons To Push: Navigating Through A Financial Downturn In Dairy Farming 
Breakout Session #3 – Building Resiliency Against Productivity Robbing Microorganisms 
Breakout Session #4 – Dairycare 365 – Implementation On Your Dairy

10:30am – Breakout Session — Group #2
Workshop in Spanish #1
Breakout Session #5 – FARM 4.0: Get Ready For Calf Welfare Audits 
Breakout Session #6 – Food Safety: Am I responsible?
Breakout Session #7 – Introducing Strateris™ ECL from United Animal Health
Breakout Session #8 – Sub-acute Ruminal Acidosis: Impact On Rumen Health
Breakout Session #9 – Better Times Ahead?
Employee Workshop #1 – Food Safety: Am I responsible?

1:00pm – Breakout Session — Group #3
Breakout Session #10 – Dry Cow Therapy: Setting Her Up For Success
Breakout Session #11 – Making The Best Decisions In Your Forage Investment: Understanding Some Differences In Alfalfa Genetics And That They Are Not All Created Equal.
Breakout Session #12 – Dairy Heifer Inventory Management — The Struggle Is Real. Make Every Animal Count.
Breakout Session #13 – The Total Dairy Makeover From An HR Perspective

2:30pm – Breakout Session — Group #4
Workshop in Spanish #2
Breakout Session #14 – Management Practices To Reduce Mycotoxins In The Field
Breakout Session #15 – Clean Feed: Optimizing Health And Nutrition
Breakout Session #16 – Merging Veterinary and Nutritional Science To Defeat Feed Hygiene Issues
Breakout Session #17 – Importance Of Energy And Osmolality For Reducing Scours And Sick Calves
Employee Workshop #2 – Feeding Management Strategies For Improving Income Over Feed Cost

4:00pm – Breakout Session — Group #5
Workshop in Spanish #3
Breakout Session #18 – Balancing Sugars, Starch and Fiber For A Profitable Rumen And Higher Milk Components
Breakout Session #19 – The Success Of A Dairy Calf Starts At Birth: Nutrition And Management Of The Dairy Heifer
Breakout Session #20 – Maximizing And Measuring Digestible Fiber In Dairy Diets
Breakout Session #21 – Managing The “New” Highly Digestible Alfalfa Technologies In The Field And Dairy Ration

5:00pm – Cheese Social, Trade Show floor, Convention Center and Arena

Thursday, March 28, 2019
8:00am – 9:30am – Free Pancake Breakfast
8:00am – 3:00pm – Trade Show

8:00am – Breakout Session — Group #6
Breakout Session #22 – Dry Cow Therapy: Setting Her Up For Success
Breakout Session #23 – Making The Best Decisions In Your Forage Investment: Understanding Some Differences In Alfalfa Genetics And That They Are Not All Created Equal.
Breakout Session #24 – Dairy Heifer Inventory Management — The Struggle Is Real. Make Every Animal Count
Breakout Session #25 – The Total Dairy Makeover From An HR Perspective

9:30am – Breakout Session — Group #7
Breakout Session #26 – Clean Feed: Optimizing Health And Nutrition
Breakout Session #27 – Management Practices To Reduce Mycotoxins In The Field
Breakout Session #28 – Merging Veterinary and Nutritional Science To Defeat Feed Hygiene Issues
Breakout Session #29 – Importance Of Energy And Osmolality For Reducing Scours And Sick Calves

10:30am – Workshop in Spanish #4
Breakout Session #30 – Food Safety: Am I responsible? (presented in Spanish)
10:30am – Employee Workshop #3 – Food Safety: Am I responsible?

11:00am – Breakout Session — Group #8
Breakout Session #31 – Balancing Sugars, Starch and Fiber For A Profitable Rumen And Higher Milk Components
Breakout Session #32 – The Success Of A Dairy Calf Starts At Birth: Nutrition And Management Of The Dairy Heifer
Breakout Session #33 – Maximizing And Measuring Digestible Fiber In Dairy Diets
Breakout Session #34 – Managing The “New” Highly Digestible Alfalfa Technologies In The Field And Dairy Ration

12:00pm – Workshop in Spanish #5
Employee Workshop #4 – Injectable Trace Minerals to Improve Health in our Calves / Minerales Traza Inyectables para Mejorar la Salud en Nuestras Becerras

12:30pm – Breakout Session — Group #9
Breakout Session #35 – The Road To Robotics — Stories and Tips From Dairies That Made The Journey To Labor Saving Automation
Breakout Session #36 – The Levers To Pull And Buttons To Push: Navigating Through A Financial Downturn In Dairy Farming
Breakout Session #37 – Building Resiliency Against Productivity Robbing Microorganisms
Breakout Session #38 – Dairycare 365 – Implementation On Your Dairy

1:30pm – 2:30pm Workshop in Spanish #6

2:00pm – Breakout Session — Group #10
Breakout Session #39  – FARM 4.0: Get Ready For Calf Welfare Audits
Breakout Session #40 – Introducing Strateris™ ECL from United Animal Health
Breakout Session #41 – Sub-acute Ruminal Acidosis: Impact On Rumen Health

2:00pm – Employee Workshop #5
Oxytocin And The 3 A’s: Aim, Applicability and Advices

3:00pm – Expo Closes – See you next year!

Dairy Beef Bull Calf shortcouse
Mar 26 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm

The 2019 Dairy Beef Short Course, presented by the I-29 Moo University consortium, will focus on how dairy beef bull calves should be viewed as more than a by-product of the industry. The consortium is a collaboration of extension dairy specialists from Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.

As dairy and beef producers continue to experience economic struggles, increasing the value of bull calves can add value for dairymen, feeders and processors. The short course is scheduled for Tuesday, March 26 in at the Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. It is held in conjunction with the Central Plains Dairy Expo.

While parking and entry to the Dairy Expo is free, there is a $20 registration fee to attend the Dairy Beef Short Course. The fee includes educational materials, refreshments and lunch. The registration deadline is March 20; registration should be made online… https://tinyurl.com/dairybeefshortcourse.

The course’s program agenda includes:
    Realizing Full Value in Holstein Steers – Daniel Schaefer, professor of animal science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
    Considerations for Choosing Beef Genetics To Use in Dairy Herds – Warren Rusche, extension beef feedlot management associate at South Dakota State University.
    Dairy Cattle Impact on Beef Supply and Marketing Opportunities – Brenda Boetel, professor of agricultural economics at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.
    Enhancing the Value of Your Dairy Beef Bull Calf to Meet Health Concerns – Russ Daly, DVM, and professor and extension veterinarian at South Dakota State University.

Additionally, a roundtable discussion will focus on Building a Carcass for the Future. The panel includes:
    Jerry Wulf, Wulf Cattle, Morris, Minnesota.
    Kent Pruismann, Rock River Feeders, Sioux Center, Iowa.
    Erik Loe, nutritional consultant for Midwest PMS, Sioux Center, Iowa.
    Duane Broek, Select Sires representative, Watertown, South Dakota.

The program will begin promptly at 10 a.m. and will conclude at 3:15 p.m. For more information, contact Fred M. Hall, dairy specialist with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, at 712-737-4230 or fredhall@iastate.edu.

Pesticide Training @ Panhandle Research and Extension Center
Mar 26 @ 9:00 am

Recertification Commercial/Noncommercial Pesticide Training

Panhandle Research & Extension Center 4502 Ave I Scottsbluff

308-632-1480

$80.00

9:00am

Pre-registration required at pested.unl.edu/pesticide-safety-recertification from the date and location listed

Mar
28
Thu
Chemigation Training
Mar 28 @ 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Chemigation Training

Panhandle Research & Extension Center 4502 Ave I Scottsbluff

1:00-5:00pm

Register by calling 308-632-1480

Mar
29
Fri
UNL Agronomy & Horticulture seminars
Mar 29 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

UNL Agronomy and Horticulture seminars

Jan. 25 — Nevin Lawrence, assistant professor of agronomy and horticulture, integrated weed management specialist, “Integrated Weed Management in the Panhandle of Nebraska.”

Feb. 1 — Sabrina Ruis, postdoctoral research associate in agronomy and horticulture, “Cover Crops and Soil Ecosystem Services in the Great Plains.”

Feb. 8 — Justin McMechan, assistant professor, crop protection and cropping systems specialist, Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center, “Cover Crop Management and Insect Interactions.”

Feb. 22 — Leah Sandall, distance education coordinator in agronomy and horticulture; McKinzie Sutter, distance education specialist in agronomy and horticulture; Grace Troupe, online instructor in agronomy and horticulture, “Online Teaching: You Can Do It Too!”

March 1 — Sally Clayshulte, Bayer Crop Science, adjunct associate professor of agronomy and horticulture.

March 8 — Marilyne Stains, associate professor of chemistry, “How is Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics taught in North American Universities?”

March 15 — Marty Williams, ecologist in the USDA-ARS, adjunct professor, University of Illinois, “From Transcripts to the Tri-State: Exploiting Plant Density Tolerance to Improve an American Delicacy.”

March 29 — Daran Rudnick, assistant professor of biological systems engineering, irrigation management specialist, West Central Research and Extension Center, “Input Use Efficiency and Farm Profitability as Influenced by Management Practices.”

April 5 — Michael Grusak, center director of the USDA-ARS Edward T. Schafer Agricultural Research Center, “Impacting People’s Lives — Strategies to Provide Nutrient-Enriched Staple Food Crops.”

April 12 — Michelle Graham, research geneticist in the USDA-ARS, Iowa State University.

April 19 — Tonya Haigh, project manager rural sociologist of natural resources, National Drought Mitigation Center, “Decision-Making during Drought: What Spurs a Range Manager to Take Action?”

Each talk is in Keim Hall, Room 150, UNL East Campus in Lincoln, and can also be watched online. All seminars are free and open to the public and refreshments will be served at 3 p.m.

Mar
30
Sat
Beginning Field Scout school
Mar 30 @ 8:30 am – 3:30 pm

Iowa State University Extension and Outreach is hosting a field crop scouting school on Saturday, March 30 at the Field Extension Education Laboratory in Boone. The day-long program is designed for beginning crop scouts to ensure they are ready for success when they get out in the field.

The course features sessions on corn and soybean growth and development, weed, disease and insect identification, along with scouting methods and techniques. Attendees will rotate through classes and have the opportunity for one-on-one interactions with ISU Extension and Outreach specialists and agronomists throughout the sessions. Five field guides are included in course registration:
–    Corn and Soybean Field Guide
–    Weed Identification Field Guide
–    Field Crop Insects
–    Corn Diseases
–    Soybean Diseases

With field guides in hand, course participants will have the opportunity to apply new knowledge and skills to living crops.

Registration is limited to 75 people to ensure small, interactive groups and more hands-on experience. The course begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 3:15 p.m., with check-in starting at 8:30 a.m. Pre-registration must be made before midnight March 26. The registration fee of $100 covers the cost of the course, field guides, course materials, lunch and refreshments. FEEL is located at 1928 240th Street, Boone, Iowa. Additional information, directions and online registration are available at www.aep.iastate.edu/scout.

Apr
2
Tue
Extension Workshops: Quicken for Farm & Ranch Record Keeping @ Chadron and Harrison
Apr 2 @ 1:00 pm

Nebraska Extension is hosting two Quicken for Farm & Ranch Record Keeping workshops at 1pm on Tuesday, April 2nd at the Dawes County Extension Office in Chadron and Thursday, April 4th at the Sioux County Courthouse in Harrison.

Nebraska Extension Educators, will teach how to use Quicken, a popular commercial record-keeping package that is user friendly, inexpensive and easy to find. Quicken is flexible for ag and non-ag business enterprises and separates out family living expenses.

Each workshop is limited to 10 participants. The cost to attend the workshop is $20 per participant, due at registration. To register, reply to this email or contact the Dawes County Extension Office at 308-432-3373.

Apr
3
Wed
Soil Moisture Monitoring Seminar @ Albin Community Center
Apr 3 @ 10:00 am

The University of Wyoming Extension will host a seminar on soil moisture monitoring techniques beginning at 10 am at the Albin Community Center, on Wednesday, April 3rd. Come get current research updates and talk to sales reps about what options they have to offer.

University of Wyoming Extension Irrigation Specialists and Educators will discuss ways to incorporate this technology into your irrigation strategy.

Lunch will be provided, after which sales reps from Irrometer, Crop Metric, and John Deere will be on hand to discuss and answer questions on their soil moisture monitoring technology.

Cost for the seminar is $15 and includes lunch. To RSVP for a lunch count or for more information, please contact Caleb Carter at the Goshen County Extension Office at (307) 532-2436 or at ccarte13@uwyo.edu.

Apr
4
Thu
Extension Workshops: Quicken for Farm & Ranch Record Keeping @ Chadron and Harrison
Apr 4 @ 1:00 pm

Nebraska Extension is hosting two Quicken for Farm & Ranch Record Keeping workshops at 1pm on Tuesday, April 2nd at the Dawes County Extension Office in Chadron and Thursday, April 4th at the Sioux County Courthouse in Harrison.

Nebraska Extension Educators, will teach how to use Quicken, a popular commercial record-keeping package that is user friendly, inexpensive and easy to find. Quicken is flexible for ag and non-ag business enterprises and separates out family living expenses.

Each workshop is limited to 10 participants. The cost to attend the workshop is $20 per participant, due at registration. To register, reply to this email or contact the Dawes County Extension Office at 308-432-3373.

Private Pesticide Training @ Panhandle Research and Extension Center
Apr 4 @ 1:00 pm

Private Pesticide Training

Panhandle Research & Extension Center 4502 Ave I Scottsbluff

1:00pm

Pre-register at 308-632-1480

Apr
5
Fri
UNL Agronomy & Horticulture seminars
Apr 5 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm

UNL Agronomy and Horticulture seminars

Jan. 25 — Nevin Lawrence, assistant professor of agronomy and horticulture, integrated weed management specialist, “Integrated Weed Management in the Panhandle of Nebraska.”

Feb. 1 — Sabrina Ruis, postdoctoral research associate in agronomy and horticulture, “Cover Crops and Soil Ecosystem Services in the Great Plains.”

Feb. 8 — Justin McMechan, assistant professor, crop protection and cropping systems specialist, Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center, “Cover Crop Management and Insect Interactions.”

Feb. 22 — Leah Sandall, distance education coordinator in agronomy and horticulture; McKinzie Sutter, distance education specialist in agronomy and horticulture; Grace Troupe, online instructor in agronomy and horticulture, “Online Teaching: You Can Do It Too!”

March 1 — Sally Clayshulte, Bayer Crop Science, adjunct associate professor of agronomy and horticulture.

March 8 — Marilyne Stains, associate professor of chemistry, “How is Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics taught in North American Universities?”

March 15 — Marty Williams, ecologist in the USDA-ARS, adjunct professor, University of Illinois, “From Transcripts to the Tri-State: Exploiting Plant Density Tolerance to Improve an American Delicacy.”

March 29 — Daran Rudnick, assistant professor of biological systems engineering, irrigation management specialist, West Central Research and Extension Center, “Input Use Efficiency and Farm Profitability as Influenced by Management Practices.”

April 5 — Michael Grusak, center director of the USDA-ARS Edward T. Schafer Agricultural Research Center, “Impacting People’s Lives — Strategies to Provide Nutrient-Enriched Staple Food Crops.”

April 12 — Michelle Graham, research geneticist in the USDA-ARS, Iowa State University.

April 19 — Tonya Haigh, project manager rural sociologist of natural resources, National Drought Mitigation Center, “Decision-Making during Drought: What Spurs a Range Manager to Take Action?”

Each talk is in Keim Hall, Room 150, UNL East Campus in Lincoln, and can also be watched online. All seminars are free and open to the public and refreshments will be served at 3 p.m.

Apr
6
Sat
Washington Co Cattlemen Banquet
Apr 6 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Washington County Cattlemen annual banquet will be on Saturday April 6th at the Twin Rivers Ag Pavilion, Washington Co Fairgrounds in Arlington NE at 6pm.

Apr
11
Thu
NE Chemigation Certification
Apr 11 all-day

According to Nebraska law, if you plan to chemigate during 2019 and your chemigation certification has expired as of Dec 31, 2018, you will need to attend a training session and pass a written test to become recertified.  The NDEQ records for chemigation licenses are found at: http://go.unl.edu/ndeqchemigate.

Requirements for initial and recertification are the same with no charge for the training, manuals or certification.  One option for individuals needing Initial or Recertification training is to attend one of the Nebraska Extension meeting’s listed on the back page of this letter and pass a written exam.

Another option for those needing Recertification only is to complete an online training program and pass an online test after making an appointment at an exam testing location. The online course will take more time, but if interested, users can find information at: http://go.unl.edu/chemigation.
 
If you plan to become certified, please pre-register at the Nebraska Extension Office whose training session you plan to attend. Phone numbers are listed on the back of this letter for your convenience.  Upon registration you will be asked if you want to receive the training manual and calibration workbook to review prior to the training session. You can also find these materials online at the bottom of this link: http://go.unl.edu/chemigation.

On the day of the training session, please bring your Chemigation Training Manual, Calibration Workbook, No. 2 pencil, and calculator (you are NOT allowed to use your cell phone as a calculator) along to use during the training and testing.  Cell phones are turned off during testing.  If you do not pre-register, as a walk-in you can receive a new copy of the training materials the day of the training.  Review of the material prior to the training session will be very helpful when taking the exam.  Training and testing will take approximately 3 hours.

January 23 – 1:00 p.m. CST – ENREC, Ithaca – Aaron Nygren – 402-352-3821
January 29 – 1:00 p.m. CST – Madison Co. Ext Office, Norfolk – Wayne Ohnesorg – 402-370-4040
February 15 – 1:30 p.m. CST – Holt Co Courthouse Annex, O’Neill – Amy Timmerman – 402-336-2760
February 20 – 6:00 p.m. CST – Club Room, Ag Park, Columbus – Aaron Nygren – 402-352-3821
February 21 – 10:00 a.m. CST – Hartington City Auditorium – Amy Timmerman – 402-336-2760
February 26 – 9:00 a.m. CST – Madison Co Ext Office, Norfolk – Wayne Ohnesorg – 402-370-4040
March 5 – 1:30 p.m. CST – American Legion Hall, Neligh – Wayne Ohnesorg – 402-370-4040
March 11 – 1:00 p.m. CST – Casey’s Building, Fairgrounds, Albion – Aaron Nygren – 402-352-3821
March 12 – 1:30 p.m. CST – Holt Co Courthouse Annex, O’Neill – Amy Timmerman – 402-336-2760
March 14 – 9:00 a.m. CST – Madison Co Ext Office, Norfolk – Wayne Ohnesorg – 402-370-4040
March 14 – 9:30 a.m. CST – Bloomfield Community Center – Amy Timmerman – 402-336-2760
April 11 – 1:30 p.m. CST – Holt Co Courthouse Annex, O’Neill – Amy Timmerman – 402-336-2760

You must attend the entire class and pass the 50 question multiple choice test to be certified.  Upon successful completion of the class, chemigators may renew individual injection site permits administered by the local NRD office before June 1st.  For questions or additional information, don’t hesitate to call the Extension Educator contact listed.