Brian Ballou, of Wilsonville, NE, a producer in the Lower Republican Natural Resources District earned the top award for the most profitable sorghum farm in the 2018 UNL-TAPS (University of Nebraska Lincoln Testing Ag Performance Solutions) program. Additional information: pdf 2018 UNL Taps Ballou in LRNRD Sorghum Profitability
The Lower Republican Natural Resources District hereby issues an Order pertaining to the Republican River Basin Wide Plan. Please click on the files to review the Notice of Order, Order, and Full Basin Wide Plan below.
Lower Republican Natural Resources District (LRNRD) and Nebraska Bostwick Irrigation District (NBID) have signed an Agreement through which the LRNRD will contribute $1 million to Bostwick’s upcoming automated gate project. This project will significantly improve the efficiency of the Franklin Canal in South Central Nebraska helping to preserve precious water in the Republican Basin.
*Please note that beginning in 2018, both the Owner and Operator are required to sign.
Chemigation Form located at the top right of this page under DOWNLOAD FORMS
Project pdf Fact Sheet
NCORPE still seeking wind-solar project, Kearney Hub
Check out this awesome, informative video about the augmentation project south of North Platte
Supreme Court Ruling:
Click on the link below to go to the DNR website to look up wells. At the bottom of the page you can access On-line Options and Information which has forms you may need to change ownership, making a well inactive, modification, etc.
This University of Nebraska-Lincoln Extension App will help irrigators calculate the amount of water pumped by their irrigation pumping plant.
The Water Meter Calculator App allows the user to store data, such as field size in acres, flow meter units and allocation and annual irrigation caps for each field.
The app is available for download at the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store for $1.99.
Click on the link with the compatible excel for your computer and enable editing on the bar at the top. Choose meter type, type in Field Name and click on Make Field. At the bottom of the screen is a tab with the Field Name you just entered. Click on that and it will take you into the calculator sheet.
A link to UNL's Irrigation Meter Calculator: http://cropwatch.unl.edu/irrigationmetercalculator
If you prefer a paper method, you can use this pdf Printable Formula .