Spring ag news includes Horticulture Webinar Wednesdays, a note from the Oldham County Conservation District, and Private Pesticide Applicator training.
Wet conditions this winter affected hay feeding areas. Even well-designed feeding pads could have significant damage where animals enter and leave, creating perfect growing conditions for summer annual weeds. While these areas may look rough now, you can improve them.
April 22, 2020, is the 50th Earth Day. Here are some ideas for celebrating Earth Day at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oldham County spring ag news includes pesticide trainings, OC cattleman KCA Hall of Fame inductee, Oldham County Ag Connection, Backyard Streams program, and more.
Soil testing helps you make informed decisions about fertilizer application, site selection for crops, and so much more. Farms, home gardens, and lawns all greatly benefit from soil testing.
Good fences make good neighbors. What kind of a neighbor are you? Being a good neighbor goes both ways.
In March, we celebrated recent state-level achievements of our volunteers and clients with a recognition program at the John Black Community Center.
Water quality is not just for farmers. Everyone can help protect water with these easy tips. Resources available for farmers and homeowners.
Oldham County Extension's 2016-2017 program year included educational offerings such as horse and pasture classes and as well as a Regional Beef Field Day.
Upcoming events calendar for Oldham County Agriculture programs from the 2017 Summer edition of the Oldham County Extension newsletter.