Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Education Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Series

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Farm management

Articles 31 - 34 of 34

Full-Text Articles in Education

G77-367 Cost Components Of The Farm-Retail Price Spread For Beef, Allen Wellman Jan 1977

G77-367 Cost Components Of The Farm-Retail Price Spread For Beef, Allen Wellman

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

The farm-retail spread for beef is the difference between the retail price of 1 pound of Choice beef and the farm value of live Choice steer, less the value of the by-products (hide, tallow, etc.).

This NebGuide discusses the trends, costs and profits, problems of price spreads.


Ec77-865 Have It Your Way By Making A Will, John R. Uhrich, J. David Aiken, Philip A. Henderson Jan 1977

Ec77-865 Have It Your Way By Making A Will, John R. Uhrich, J. David Aiken, Philip A. Henderson

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Making a will is not the sad and gloomy picture painted by some people. Quite the contrary! A person who makes a will is creating his or her own blueprint for the future. A will, like life insurance, social security, or retirement plans, provides security and peace of mind. The person who has a will made can rest assured that property and loved ones will be taken care of precisely in the manner he or she desires. This publication presents basic information about wills, one of the most important documents a person can make or possess. This information can be ...


G77-371 Nebraska Livestock Market Outlets, Allen Wellman Jan 1977

G77-371 Nebraska Livestock Market Outlets, Allen Wellman

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

These are 629 outlets in Nebraska where one or more species of livestock may be sold. This does not include special sales by breed associations and livestock shows.

This NebGuides discusses the major types of livestock market outlets which are: terminal markets, local markets, auctions, dealers and/or order buyers and slaughter plants.


G75-208 Cost Estimation—Field Operations, Robert E. Perry Jan 1975

G75-208 Cost Estimation—Field Operations, Robert E. Perry

Historical Materials from University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension

Prices for farm machinery, repairs, and fuel and oil are constantly changing. This NebGuide provides farm operators and/or custom operators with a simplified method of estimating costs of owning and operating machinery that is based on current prices.