PHOTOS - 2020 Kentucky State Fair

The Kentucky State Fair began Thursday, August 20, with the dairy cattle and dairy goat shows in the West Wing.  Here are some photo highlights from the dairy goat show....
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Big Dreams Begin With 4-H

Mary Kate Miller has big dreams of making a positive impact on Kentucky agriculture as a future elected public official and on the health of its residents as a future pharmacist. Those dreams began while she was...
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Protecting Pollinators From Pesticides

Pollinator protection has become a common phrase that we often hear. Prior to 2006, overwintering colony losses occurred at the rate of about 15% annually; since that time, losses have been closer to 40% each year. Losses...
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Dividing Iris, Daylilies, And More

Poorly blooming, crowded clumps are a signal that perennials need dividing. Rejuvenate plantings of iris, daylily, daffodil, and tulip plants by dividing them in late summer. Dividing them now will still give them an opportunity to establish...
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UK Animal Scientists Bring Home Multiple Honors

University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment faculty members recently brought home national awards from American Society of Animal Science. “We are very proud of the animal and food sciences faculty and students we have...
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