A few weeks ago I was talking with a farmer, and one of his comments stuck with me. ‘You know that farmers don’t always call Extension for production information, don’t you?’ That caught me a little off guard, and it got me thinking. Yes, I know farmers get their info from a lot of sources, … Continue reading Where Do You Get Your Farming Information?
Hear from UK Ag Engineering specialists on 2 important subjects: Selecting a New or Used Tractor and Selecting the Right Equipment. See and learn about tractors and equipment for sale by local ag equipment dealers. Registration is requested for our lunch planning -- 502-222-9453. See the flyer below for full details.
Keeping up with the countdown – only 40 days until spring! Read on for info on classes and field days coming up now through summer. For Horse Owners - The University of Kentucky is currently researching how owners select and utilize hay for their horses. Please take a few moments to complete our survey to … Continue reading Oldham County Extension Agriculture Updates
Traci Johnson, Oldham County Extension Agriculture & Natural Resources Agent January 5, 2022 Many farmers make business decisions as well as planting decisions during winter. Sometimes that means a call to their local Extension office. This is also a time when we get questions from beginning farmers or those interested in getting started. An Extension … Continue reading RESOURCES FOR BEGINNING AND EXPERIENCED FARMERS
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