An early blast of arctic cold has landed in the Bluegrass, and that puts pressure on farmers to make sure their animals are ready for the assault.
In the heart of Kentucky’s grain belt, adequate soil moisture has become a big issue for area producers who have dealt with droughts two of the past three growing seasons. Agronomists with the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment are working with area producers to find practical solutions.
UK Ag researchers are studying whether irrigation is an efficient and cost effective way to boost yields.
Heat indices in Western Kentucky could rise above 100 degrees.
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