Welcome to the On-Farm Research Connection, brought to you by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension and the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network.

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Welcome to the On-Farm Research Connection, brought to you by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension and the Nebraska On-Farm Research Network.

Through these emails we will:

▪ Let you know about upcoming Nebraska On-Farm Research and precision ag events
▪ Alert you when new research results are posted on our website
▪ Provide tips and articles about how you can use precision ag technology to evaluate questions that impact your farm's profitability

You are getting this email because you have expressed interest in precision agriculture technologies and/or on-farm research. If at any time you wish to stop receiving these emails, you can unsubscribe using the link at the bottom. We invite you to scroll down and check out the stories in this first edition. We hope you will find these emails to be timely, informative and beneficial.

Sincerely,
Laura Thompson for the On-Farm Research Team

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New Corn Population Study Results Available

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See research results evaluating the effect of different corn planting population on yield. You can now browse through irrigated and dryland corn population studies from 2010 to 2013. This new, interactive way of viewing results allows you to browse by year or location. Check out study results close to home and see how different years compared. Curious what corn population would be most profitable on your farm? Contact Keith Glewen (kglewen1@unl.edu) or Laura Thompson (laura.thompson@unl.edu) to find out more about conducting your own on-farm research study.
Browse Irrigated Studies
Browse Dryland Studies

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Harvest Ideal Time to Consider On-Farm Research

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You may have tried a new product or applied extra fertilizer or water this year, but do you know if the investment was profitable for your operation? With lower commodity prices, it is more important than ever to evaluate if your production inputs and practices are really paying off. Harvest provides a... Continue Reading

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Save the Date: NeATA

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Mark your calendar now for the 2015 Nebraska Agriculture Technology Association (NeATA) conference held on February 4 and 5 in Grand Island. This year's conference will feature a variable rate and UAV symposium as well as numerous other topics. You won't want to miss!

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