News Archive: Equine
Historic $100-million gift will catapult UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment
Gatton’s impact on the University of Kentucky exceeds $180 million. He is the university’s single largest donor.
UK students spend spring break on equine study away trip in Puerto Rico
Published on Apr. 12, 2023
This year, a few equine-loving University of Kentucky students from the UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment enjoyed a unique spring break adventure.
UK Ag Equine Programs hosts Horsey Hustle 5K benefiting student enrichment
Published on Mar. 21, 2023
The University of Kentucky Ag Equine Programs will host the second annual Horsey Hustle 5K April 1 at Coldstream Park in Lexington.
Warm early spring means early Eastern tent caterpillar egg hatch
Published on Mar. 6, 2023
An abnormally warm spring has created favorable conditions for an early Eastern tent caterpillar hatch.
16th annual Pastures Please!! Workshop set for Feb. 6 in Lexington
Published on Jan. 12, 2023
The workshop will focus on pasture management following a drought year.
C. Oran Little had immeasurable impact on agriculture
Published on Dec. 19, 2022
C. Oran Little provided invaluable services to Kentucky and received substantial national and international recognition.
Sarah Coleman named 2022 Friend of UK Ag Equine Programs
Published on Dec. 12, 2022
When Kentucky’s horses need her, Sarah Coleman is there.
Kentucky ag economists predict record-high 2022 cash receipts
Published on Dec. 1, 2022
Economists predicted the Kentucky's 2022 agricultural receipts will approach a record-high $8 billion.
UK Equine Research Hall of Fame inducts four new members
Published on Nov. 15, 2022
Lisa Fortier, Katrin Hinrichs, Jennifer Anne Mumford and Stephen M. Reed are the newest members of an elite group within the University of Kentucky’s Agriculture, Food and Environment.
UK and equine industry partners respond to horses in need after Eastern Kentucky flooding
Published on Oct. 12, 2022
After the water began to recede from historic July flooding, 13 Eastern Kentucky counties were declared federal disaster areas.