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Published by Nebraska Extension in Lancaster County, 444 Cherrycreek Road, Suite A, Lincoln, Nebraska 68528 United States, +1-402-441-7180, http://lancaster.unl.edu


Published by University of Nebraska – Lincoln Extension in Lancaster County, 444 Cherrycreek Road, Suite A, Lincoln, NE 68528-1507, (402) 441-7180. http://lancaster.unl.edu


Nose Printing as a Method of Cattle Identification
Eye-Catching Technology
Henbit or Ground Ivy- How to Tell the Difference
Night-Blooming Flowers
Garden Guide: Things To Do This Month
Growing Parsley
Competing with Ants for Kitchen Counter Space? You May Have Odorous House Ants
Everything Homeowners Need to Know About Termite Control
Spring Turkey Hunting Workshop
2004 Household Hazardous Waste Collections
Look For Vole Damage
Fertilizing Grass Pastures and Hay Lands
Liming Acid Soils – pH and Buffer pH
Scrap Tire Collection May 15 & 16
Give Trees a Chance with Proper Weed Control
Utility Tractor Recall
Daily Tractor Maintenance
Use Drainfield Systems to Treat Effluent; Minimize Risks to Humans and Environment
Free Composting Workshops
“Septic Systems” is April Rural Living Clinic
Easter Egg Food Safety Tips
Salads with Eggs
Make Meals Easy with “Mise en Place”
Main Ingredients of Arabic Food
President’s Notes – Janet’s Jargon
Household Hints
Reading to Your Child Has Many Benefits
Tools for Student Success
Workaholism – Its Affect on Children
2004 Lancaster County Fair
4-H Leader Training
4-H Club Officer Training
Photography Workshop April 29
Life Challenge Event June 28-29
Nebraska Youth Beef Leadership Symposium April 18-20
Fair Books are Now Available
Static Exhibit Changes
4-H 2003 Achievement Awards
Muzzleloading Shooting Sports Club
New Demonstration Contest Class
Eagle Resident Enjoys Raising, Showing Rabbits
Keith Dey
Clover College June 22-25
Upcoming Beef Progress Shows
The 4-H Spring Chess Tournament
Jedlicka is 2003 County Employee of the Year
Be Prepared for Stormy Weather
Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben Pioneer Farm Family Award
Grantsmanship Training Scheduled for May 3-7
We’re Looking for Eggs – Ducks, Geese, Peacocks, Turkeys, Unusual Chickens
Nebraska Agricultural Youth Institute Applications Due April 15
Extension Calendar

Special Insert: Weed Awareness