Grayson Brown is leading efforts to bring together the the world's top mosquito experts to discuss control options for Aedes aegypti.
Producers will have to use surrounding counties' facilities to sell livestock.
Sessions will take place Feb. 10-16.
The sequencing will hopefully help scientists find ways to control the pest.
Everyone interested in the latest information about horse pasture management is invited to the free event.
Ellis Shelley has always loved science and eventually wants to become a doctor.
Breaking through this cement like layer found in many Kentucky soils could signficantly increase crop yields.
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