Environment News

just a test image

Many dairy producers would say if they didn’t love and live the business, they wouldn’t be in it. Wade Mathis, of Muhlenberg County, is one of those people. His family has run a Greenville-based dairy for 66 years and most recently brought the fourth generation onto the farm, when his son Will graduated high school.

just a test image

Under blue skies and perfect early June weather conditions, 24 high school students gathered in southern Kentucky to explore a future in natural resources—and in the process, had a little fun, got a little dirty and learned a lot.

In the study, tall fescue and endophyte responses to warmer and wetter conditions varied based on the genetics of each.

Ramaswamy will give a seminar titled, "Perfect Storm to Nutritional Security," Friday morning in the college's Cameron Williams Hall in the Plant Sciences Building.

Share |