A new CEDIK study has found agriculture’s total impact on Kentucky’s economy equaled $45.6 billion in 2013, an 8.3 percent increase over 2007.
UK faculty, staff and students may register for the 2015 season of the UK CSA, which provides them with a weekly share of fresh, certified organic vegetables from May through October.
The free program will be at the University of Kentucky Research and Education Center in Princeton.
UK family scientists Ron and Tracey Werner-Wilson were featured in the Feb. 3 UK at the Half.
Web-based continuing education classes for Master Loggers will be offered on March 10 and 17.
Livestock producers need to protect animals from record-breaking cold.
This week, the UK Family Center is offering relationship checkups to Lexington-area couples.
Forestry and wildlife experts from UK, Purdue and Ohio State will advise woodland owners during the annual Ohio River Valley Woodlands and Wildlife Workshop.
The Bertebos Prize is considered the "Nobel Prize of Agriculture."
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