This year's conference is in Elizabethtown at the Hardin County Cooperative Extension office.
This is the third year the center has offered these free checkups.
A UK entomologist is using social media to relay information to producers.
The college adds four to its Hall of Distinguished Alumni.
KSBDC significantly contributed to the state and federal economies during the 2014-15 fiscal year, according to an independent study.
Extension efforts have helped farmers in one south-central Kentucky county learn how they can control soil erosion.
Fresh water, dry bedding and giving animals shelter from the wind are vital to lessening the blow of a cold, wet winter.
Registration is open for the January events.
The meeting will offer information on new and ongoing research projects.
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