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Agriculture

  • Phase I applications available till Tuesday

    The 2013 Phase I Tobacco Funds for Henry County are now available to Henry County Landowners/Farmers through an application/Scoresheet process.  The applications are available now through Tuesday, June 18, at the Henry County Extension Office.  To be included in the funding process, applications must be turned in to the Extension Office by 4 p.m., June 18.

  • Save money by reducing household food waste

    As we scrape uneaten food into the trash can after dinner every night or throw away moldy bread that we just didn’t get around to eating, many of us don’t see that wasted food as wasted money. But in fact, that’s just what it is.

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently reported that the amount of uneaten food in American homes and restaurants in 2008 was about $390 in wasted food per each U.S. consumer. This is more than the average American spends on food each month. 

  • Phase I applications due by June 18 for Ag development program

    All Henry County farmers and landowners are reminded that the 2013 Phase I Application Period is now open.

    From now, through 4 p.m. Tuesday, June 18, the Henry County Extension Office will have the producer applications available.  After June 18, no more applications can be accepted for the 2013 Kentucky Agriculture Development Fund CAIP Program in Henry County. 

  • Homemakers: 75 years as the original social network

    A cable is defined as a group of wires bundled together for the purpose of transmission; Extension is the cable that has been Extension Homemakers’ connection to Henry County for 75 years!

    You’ll find them around every corner: Extension Homemaker volunteers who make a difference each day in local churches, community organizations, neighborhoods, senior centers and other organizations. In total, these unsung heroes are making a bigger impact than ever as local budgets evaporate and community needs escalate.

  • Group looking at meat processing options

    By now, you may have heard rumors or reports that a meat processing plant may be built near Campbellsburg. 

    The idea of a local meat processing facility is at present, just a vision.  Here is the story: Since the middle of last year, a group of interested farmers, civic and government leaders has been discussing the potential and possibility of a meat processing facility which may be located in Henry County. 

  • Summer events begin soon, include craft and antiques classes

    Adult crochet classes start in July

    For those of you who are interested in learning to crochet we have a series of classes starting on July 9 and running through Aug. 13.  The class will be taught here at the Extension Office on Tuesday afternoons for six weeks from 3 to 5 p.m.  There will be a $5 fee and your supplies will be provided.  The class is limited to eight people so call us at 845-2811 to register.

    Antique Class

  • Yard sale season: eliminate unused items

    Late spring and early summer are popular times of year for yard sales. Yard sales can often be a win-win for both the buyer and the seller. As people transition from winter to summer by cleaning out closets and spring cleaning they often notice the amount of stuff that has accumulated in their house over the last several months (or years).

  • Phase I Cost Share Program ready to begin

    All Henry County farmers and landowners are reminded that the Phase I Tobacco Money Cost Share Program is about to begin. We’ve just been notified that the Kentucky Agriculture Development Board gave the go-ahead this past Friday, May 17, for the Henry County Cattleman’s Association to serve as program administrator for approximately $243,000 of Henry County Agriculture Development Funds to be offered through the County Agriculture Investment Program.

  • Time to go treasure hunting
  • Meet local farmers and get fresh local produce

    As usual, the Henry County Farmers Market opened for business on the Saturday before Derby Day, and will continue to operate on Saturday mornings and Wednesday afternoons at the Henry County Courthouse front lawn.
    We hope you can visit for a couple of great reasons.  First, you’ll be meeting some of our wonderful local farm families.