For many Nebraska livestock producers, the tough times are raising stress and anxiety.
A common question: "What should I do?"
David Goeller is a farm transition specialist for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
He says a well-organized plan of action would be a good place to start.
First, he says, look at urgent issues to handle - deadlines and the like.
Then producers need to identify what is of long-term importance to their businesses and their families.
Goeller also suggests producers think of alternatives and other options for their businesses.
Free help is available at the Nebraska Farm Hotline, 800-464-0258.
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