Diversified Ag Tour covers three farms and an orchard
A University of Nebraska-Lincoln Southeast Extension Diversified Ag Tour Sept. 11 will give ag producers and ag educators an opportunity to learn about innovative diversified ag operations in southeast Nebraska.
Vans will be provided for carpooling to the tour stops, which include a southeast Nebraska chicken farm, swine farm, an organic farm and an orchard. Participants can meet in Auburn at 8 a.m., at the courthouse or in Tecumseh at 8:30 a.m., at the courthouse.
The first stop will be at 9 a.m., at Plum Creek Farms near Burchard. Plum Creek Farms, owned and operated by Dean and Amy Dvorak, produces fresh eggs and chicken. Its products are featured in UNL's Food Fresh Local program and at MCC Safe Student Bistro. They also sell to Open Harvest in Lincoln.
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