Cattle producers, feed a mineral supplement with adequate magnesium to prevent grass tetany. Note updated beef mineral recommendations.
Spring ag news includes Horticulture Webinar Wednesdays, a note from the Oldham County Conservation District, and Private Pesticide Applicator training.
Several Kentucky counties will experience a large number of periodical cicadas emerging this spring. Besides the annoying racket they make, cicadas are also pests of trees.
Dispose of unused or expired medications as safely as possible. 80% of heroin addicts started with prescription opioids, and many got their first dose from families’ medicine cabinets. In addition, accidental exposure to medication is a major source of unintentional poisonings.
Stretch a tight income by reducing expenses. Use these creative tips to prioritize, cut back, and eliminate excess spending.
Kindness is any act you do that benefits others. Research shows that people who help others in various ways are happier and have an overall better feeling of well-being than those who don’t practice kindness.
Coming in all shapes and sizes, houseplants add color and texture to the home. Studies point to houseplants as being good for your wellbeing too.
Addition is a family disease because family genetics are primarily responsible for determining who will have a problem with drugs and alcohol in their lifetime.
Oldham County Extension's Report to the People includes articles on 4-H leadership, nutrition education, Oldham County agriculture, and more.
Online training options are available for Beef Quality & Care Assurance and Private Pesticide Applicator certifications. Contact the office to schedule in-person training.