Even in a landlocked state, there are plenty of aquatic systems that need to be properly managed, including more than 200,000 ponds. To help landowners better manage their water resources, the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service and Kentucky State University will host two aquaculture programs in Western Kentucky.
Let’s face it, the dairy business can get messy, but there’s no reason producers can’t turn poo into profit. Upcoming meetings throughout Kentucky aim to show dairy cattle managers how to do just that.
Read how UK Cooperative Extension Service is giving back to the families of military members.
For those hungering for spring, University of Kentucky Forestry Extension in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment will host a wildflower webinar at 7 p.m. EDT March 13.
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