Welcome to Nebraska AgrAbility
Nebraska AgrAbility is a partnership of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension and Easter Seals Nebraska.
Since 1995 Nebraska AgrAbility has helped individuals with disabilities overcome barriers to continue in their chosen agricultural profession.
The National AgrAbility Project and its state programs are supported by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) through a competitive grant process.
Nebraska AgrAbility staff Rod and Emily talk about what Nebraska AgrAbility is, how it can help farmers and ranchers with disabilities, and how sources like VR, NCBVI, and NCDHH can utilize our services for their clients as well on this YouTube Video.
When Randy Warnken and Annie Madsen started dating, Randy had mostly Angus cattle, but love can change things.
“My dad raised registered polled Herefords,” Madsen said. “Most women want a fancy house and fancy jewelry . . . I just wanted a cow, specifically Herefords. So, about eight years ago, Randy bought me five!”
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It Could Change Your Way of Life
Wendell A. Rohrer was a 63-year-old farmer in Nebraska when he was introduced to Nebraska AgrAbility. Wendell farms corn, alfalfa, soybeans, and prairie hay, and runs cow/calf pairs.
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Nebraska AgrAbility is a joint effort of the University of Nebraska Extension and Easterseals Nebraska. This work is supported by AgrAbility grant #2022-41590-38127 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.