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Agriculture

  • Cattle and hot weather

    As I write this article on Monday, the heat and humidity are both high, making things uncomfortable.  Remember it makes things uncomfortable for all our livestock, also.  A couple of the  most important considerations are certainly water and shade.  Be sure that clean water is always available, especially in hot weather.  Make routine checks of the water supply.  Cattle need 13 to 20 gallons of clean water in hot weather.

  • Come on out and have breakfast with us!

    Looking for a great family event? Interested in helping your children and grandchildren recognize the importance of our agricultural heritage? Want some great ribeyes, or a plate of brisket, farm fresh produce or some homemade ice cream or award winning barbecue? Looking for that perfect wedding gift; one that is unique? Want to see Patrick Henry Hughes and hear some great country/gospel music? Well, have we got the event for you!

  • Music, food and fun on 7/30

  • Record setting weather

    According to preliminary data, the past three months in Kentucky were the wettest April, May and June on record (117 years), with 24.21 inches for the state, after three out of the past four years suffered serious periods of drought in Kentucky.  Our group of weather reporters in Henry County have captured a whopping amount of rain which collaborates the state numbers.  Reports range from a low of 25.72 inches near Campbellsburg to a high of 29.19 inches near Eminence.

  • Men: Control your diabetes for life and family

  • Timely tips for cattle producers

    Over the past couple of weeks as we got some dry conditions, a tremendous amount of grass based hay was cut and baled. Remember to get a forage analysis with KDA by contacting them at 1-800-248-2648. 
    With the regular cow herd, keep a good pasture mineral mix available at all times.  Observe the cows and bulls as the breeding season continues! 

  • Ol’ fashioned hankies and buttons at Twin Oaks

    At  2 p.m., Thursday, June 30, we will spend an interesting afternoon thinking about a time when the pace was slower and people actually put lace on the edges of their hankies instead of using Kleenex!

  • Ag tour of New Zealand to be presented at Cattlemen’s meeting

  • KEHA holds 78th annual state meeting

    The Kentucky Extension Homemakers Association convened in Bowling Green May 9-12, for their 78th State Meeting.  More than 600 attendees from across the state took part in the four-day meeting which celebrated “Homemakers-Rockin’ to the Beat.”

  • Commodity field day is July 21

    Mark your calendars for July 21 and plan to attend the UK All Commodity Field Day at the Princeton Research Farm . Commodity tours, youth activities, Family and Consumer Science programs and exhibits, as well as over 40 Educational Exhibits under one of the big tents will be available from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Central time. Lunches prepared by various Kentucky Commodity groups will be available for purchase.