Serving the Needs of Nebraska's Farm and Ranch Families Affected by Disabilities.
Success Stories and Case Studies
Fate can strike instantly, as in the case of Rodger Harms, or take years to wear down the body, as in the cases of Clark Stertz and Clayton Hergott. Coping with a disability while staying on the farm, even with changes in the operation, is a monumental endeavor. Meet these Nebraska farmers who have met and dealt with their own challenges and read related stories.
| Rodger Harms:
A Combine Accident
| Clayton Hergott:
Cattleman Keeps Moo-ving
Collaboration is a Big Step in Making a Difference
| Steve Quandt:
Needed a Lift
| Clark Stertz:
Coping with Diabetes
Nebraska AgrAbility is a joint effort of the University of Nebraska Extension and Easter Seals Nebraska. This material is based upon the work supported by the Extension Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under special project number #2006-41590-03461.