Summer ag updates include Oldham County cost-share program announcements, Farm Service Agency program update, and upcoming ag surveys.
Oldham County spring ag news includes pesticide trainings, OC cattleman KCA Hall of Fame inductee, Oldham County Ag Connection, Backyard Streams program, and more.
Upcoming agriculture programs include the 2019 cost-share application period, pasture seeding and management program, Oldham County Ag Connection, Regional Beef Field Day, Master Gardener classes, and more.
This fall to-do list for farmers and home gardeners will help you finish this growing season strong and get a head start on the next growing season.
Adult & youth cost-share opportunities: signup for cost-share application assistance. Read about an Oldham County forage producer.
Water quality is not just for farmers. Everyone can help protect water with these easy tips. Resources available for farmers and homeowners.
Control problem weeds like poison hemlock and buttercup in March. Good Ag Practices training is being replaced by Produce Best Practices Training.
Oldham County Extension teaches classes on food safety, nutrition, stretching food dollars, canning, and much more.
Better pasture and hay production means less purchased feed (more money in your pocket). Well-maintained pastures also protect natural resources.
Ag agents give advice on farming practices that have been proven through repeated research trials. Our goal is to give farmers the best chance for success.