News Archive: Weather
Extended heat wave will put stress on Kentucky livestock producers and corn growers
Published on Jul. 14, 2020
Extended heat waves can impact crops and livestock.
KY grain producers should scout their fields for crop damage
Published on May. 20, 2020
The extent of freeze damage varies, so it's important for producers to scout each of their fields.
Gardeners beware; late frosts in the forecast for much of the state
Carol Lea Spence
Published on May. 6, 2020
Unseasonably cold temperatures are putting the kibosh on the spring dreams of many Kentucky gardeners, who are itching to plant young annuals or vegetables or may already have done so.
Kentucky wheat in advanced growth stages may have significant freeze damage
Published on Apr. 30, 2020
Small grain producers are encouraged to scout their fields for damage if they have not already done so.
UK offers considerations for grazing, harvesting drought-stressed soybeans
Published on Oct. 9, 2019
Producers can graze and harvest drought-stressed soybeans but need to consider a few things before doing so.
Horse owners need to think about hay supplies now
Published on Jun. 27, 2019
Rocky spring and summer weather in the Midwest may force horse owners into securing sources of hay now for the winter feeding period later.
Kentucky producers: Time to assess wheat fields for yield potential
Published on Mar. 13, 2019
Unusual weather conditions may have an affected this year's wheat production.
UK College of Agriculture, Food and Environment announces administrative transitions
Published on Aug. 17, 2018
Three members of the college are now serving in new roles.
Wet, cold spring could lead to seedling blights in corn
Published on Apr. 25, 2018
This spring's wet conditons aren't doing anyone any favors. Read how the weather may affect corn.