Green Grass Can Fool Cattle Producers

Spring is on the horizon. Most cattle producers are ready to put the cold and snow behind them and see the pastures greening up. But University of Kentucky beef specialist Katie VanValin urges producers not to let the green...
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Farmers Facing Snow and Ice Storms' Impact on Cattle

The latest round of winter snow and ice is over, but farmers are now dealing with longer lasting impacts to cattle. University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment specialists weigh in on what farmers may...
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Farmers Can Earn $10,000 in Cooperative Dove Field Program

Farmers can earn extra money and support Kentucky’s hunting heritage by participating in the Cooperative Dove Field Program offered by the Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. The program leases privately owned and managed fields for public...
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Backyard Poultry Webinar Series Begins February 11

The COVID-19 pandemic has fueled an increased interest in backyard poultry production. New flock owners may need to learn a few basics for their birds to thrive. The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment...
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