Forage and animal specialists with the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture will host an Advanced Kentucky Grazing School June 18 at the UK Research and Education Center in Princeton.
This is the second year for the one-day event that targets producers who have participated in at least one other UK grazing program. It is the first time the program has been offered in Western Kentucky.
In Hopkinsville, what began as a quest for a few basketfuls of apples will soon be a bountiful harvest for city residents.
A UK agricultural economist says now is the time for grain farmers to start thinking about risk protection.
The upcoming field day will offer up-to-date information and cutting edge research regarding Kentucky wheat production.
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