Husker Genetics is located at the University of Nebraska's Eastern Nebraska Research and Extension Center (ENREC), which is within a short driving distance from Lincoln and Omaha. If you haven't been to the Center before and are planning on visiting the ARDC, please consider printing out this page or the downloadable file.
Please note that effective October 24, 2005 - Highway 63 has officially changed to Highway 66. This is the highway that takes you to the University of Nebraska ENREC August N. Christenson Research and Education Building. For more information, contact the Nebraska Department of Roads.
The following provides travel directions from Omaha and Lincoln.
The HUSKER GENETICS BUSINESS OFFICE is headquartered in the August N. Christenson Research and Education Building near Mead, Nebraska.
FROM OMAHA: Take Dodge Street west on Hwy. 275, turn south on Hwy. 275 until it winds into Hwy. 92. Travel west on Hwy. 92 to Mead. (Taking L Street out of Omaha is also Hwy. 92) A green Univ. of Nebraska Agricultural R and D Center sign is located just east of the main turn into Mead. Turn south (left) onto Road 10 and travel 6 miles to the stop sign. You will approach a stop sign and a directory sign. Turn west (right) on Hwy. 66 (formerly Hwy.63) and travel 3/4 mile to the August N. Christenson Research and Education Building. The building is located on the south side of Hwy. 66 between County Roads 10 and 11. Please park in the west parking lot. Time considerations: approximately 40 minutes from west Omaha.
FROM LINCOLN: Take Hwy. 77 north out of Lincoln towards Wahoo. Just north of the unincorporated community of Swedeburg (and 4 miles south of Wahoo), you will approach a green Univ. of Nebraska Agricultural R and D Center sign, a Hwy. 66/77 sign, and a Wahoo/Ashland/Ithaca sign. Turn east (right) onto Hwy. 66 (formerly Hwy. 63) and travel 6 3/4 miles east. The August N. Christenson Research and Education Building is located on Hwy. 66 on the south (right) side of the road. The building is situated behind a hill and is difficult to see from the highway. Please park in the west parking lot. Time considerations: approximately 40 minutes from Cornhusker Hwy. and Hwy. 77.
The HUSKER GENETICS PLANT is located 1 mile north of Hwy. 66/Road 10 intersection, then 1 mile east, 2/3 mile north and 3/4 mile east.