Summer ag news items include Beef Quality & Care Assurance Training, Cost-Share Programs, and the Dead Livestock Removal Program.
Cattle producers, feed a mineral supplement with adequate magnesium to prevent grass tetany. Note updated beef mineral recommendations.
Thinking about backyard chickens? Backyard chicken keeping may involve more than you thought. Review these requirements before jumping into poultry keeping.
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.
Minerals play an important role in cattle health and nutrition. Check UK Extension Cattle Mineral Chart for recommended mineral levels for beef cattle production.
Watch Kentucky Forages videos on YouTube. Videos include presentations from grazing conferences and field days around Kentucky.
Backyard chickens classes and a 4-H Poultry Club help bring research-based poultry information to Oldham County families and farmers.
Now is the time to think about your horses' winter hay needs. Calculate how much hay your horse needs to get through winter.
Adult & youth cost-share opportunities: signup for cost-share application assistance. Read about an Oldham County forage producer.
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.