University of Kentucky College of Agriculture


December 1999
Forest Fires Out But Not Forgotten
FCC Ruling Impacts UK Agriculture Distance Learning Programs
Kentucky and Pittsburgh University Researchers Have Developed Effective Horse Flu Vaccine
Overcoming Obstacles Key To Rural Internet Access
Tobacco Greenhouses Also Good For Lettuce and Other Greens
Pregnant Mares Demand Quality Nutrition in Winter
Research Seeks to Control Mite Threat to Honey Bees
Successful Fruit And Vegetable Production Takes Patience And Planning
Perception Vs Reality Topic of Wheat Production Meeting on January 6
Sheep Conference to Aid Western Ky Producers
Kentucky's Ag Economy In 2000 Influenced by A Variety of Factors
Kentucky Extension Service Gets National Grant for Bicycle Safety Program
Christmas Trees Suffer 1999 Drought Damage

November 1999
KY 4-H Livestock Judging Team Makes "Final Four" In National Contest
KET to Broadcast Live Call-in on Breast Cancer
UK Animal Research Farm Opens New Sheep Center
Better Beef Management Practices Help Increase Product Demand
Forage Based Research Emphasized at New UK Animal Research Center
FFA Begins Partnership With Kentucky
What's The Major Concern About Kentucky's Forest Fires?
La Nina to Affect Kentucky Winter
Livestock Marketing Meetings Stress Smaller, Localized Sales
Report Provides Help For County Manure Management Potential
Safeguarding U.S. Agriculture Is Top Priority For USDA Agency
Record-Keeping Deters Financial Stress
Fruit and Vegetable Growers Meeting Set for Early January
Conference Motivates, Educates Kentucky Agricultural Women

October 1999
Interactive Displays Teach Total Quality Management Practices
Electronic Field Trips Bring Ag to Life For Kentucky Students
Elk Project Brings Together KY & PA Students For Unique Educational Experience
Goat Production Offers Opportunity for Farmers Looking to Diversify
Pawpaw Potential And Popularity Growing
Fall Changes in Pines No Cause for Alarm
Economic Bust Threatens Kentucky Farm Families
Beef Symposium Hits Key Issues
Defining the Market for a Vegetable Crop is First Step to Success
Ky Women in Agriculture Breaking New Ground
Adding Flower Power to An Agricultural Enterprise
Dry Weather Requires Different Management For Curing Burley

September 1999
Satellite Program Relays Important Drought Information About Livestock
Kentucky Forests Respond to the Drought
Dry Weather Sweetens Flavor of Fruit Crops
Fall Color Likely Will Be Good Despite Drought
Drought Damage to Kentucky's Ag Income May Total Nearly Half Billion Dollars
Extension Addresses Farm-Family Financial Crisis
Kentucky Forest Fires Heating Up Early
Field Day Spotlights Small Family Farms And Farm Safety
Pumpkin Crop Hit Hard by Drought
UK Ag Roundup Features Food, Fun, And Family
Youth and Elderly One Focus of National Farm Safety and Health Week
Drought Has Varied Effect on Kentucky Pastures
Farmers on Public Water Systems Need to Be Aware Of Possible Restrictions
Water Conservation During Drought Begins at Home
Drought Hasn't Discouraged Insects
Eubank 4-Her Makes History With Double Grand Champs

August 1999
UK South Farm Offers Important Research in Urban Setting
Cattle Nutrient Needs During Drought Can Be Met in Different Ways
National 4-H Livestock Judging Team Chosen
Cattle Producers Have Options During Drought
Beware of Nitrate Levels In Drought-Stressed Corn
Is Your Lawn Dead or Just Parched?
Kentucky State Fair 4-H Poultry Events Teach More Than Birds
Mcconnell Announces More Money For Precision Agriculture
Soybeans Good For You
Drought Causing Early Tobacco Harvest
Plan Now for Winter Trees
Don't Take Costly Shortcuts On Lawnmower Maintenance
Managing Your Lawn During A Drought
Make Tailgating Memorable For All the Right Reasons
Wheat Decisions 1999' Program Set September 14 in Henderson
Nursery/Landscape Research Endowment Makes Difference

July 1999
Equine Disease Quarterly Publication Receives Financial Support
Ample Water, Feed and Shade Help Livestock Deal with Heat Stress
Water, Water Everywhere Isn't So this Summer
Tips to Help Conserve Water Use in the Home
Agriculture Weather Center Provides Drought Details
Enzyme Research Benefits Feed and Pulp Industries
Production of New Livestock Feed Crops Featured At Robinson Station All Commodities Field Day
Program Allows Exchange of Culture and Ideas
Field Day Offers Advice On Pumpkins, Tomatoes, Medicinal Herbs, & More
Handling Facilities Help Reduce Farm Accidents
New Extension Video Covers Bird Feeding Basics
Extension Aids Kentucky Bed and Breakfast Industry
July 29 Seminar to Explore New Dairy Business Opportunities
Extension Helps Integrate Environment Into Classes
Two New Water Quality BMPs Focus on Poultry and Fertilizer
Field Day Activities At Robinson Station, Forest

June 1999
Kentucky's 4-H Senior Conference Generates Lifetime Memories
FFF Camp a Time to Socialize, Learn and More
State 4-H Horse Contests Teach Leadership, Discipline
Horticultural Crops Are Profitable Alternatives
Agricultural Trade Will Rely on Second Half of 1999 for Improvements
Personal Approach to Better Health Featured At this Year's Fun, Food and Fitness Camp
Tobacco Production Topics Part of UK Hort and Agronomy Field Day
Turf Plots are a Constant at UK Agronomy Field Day
Where Does Water Go?
UK Plant Science Field Day
Keep Picnics Safe
Training Course Provides Basics on Safe Use of Poultry Litter
Forage Research Highlighted
Forestry, Wood-Use Programs Offer Something to Interest All at Field Day
Forestry Camp Opens World of Wonder for Lafayette High School Senior
Postemergence Herbicide Effective in Battling Weeds
UK - OSU Zoo Display Highlights Integrated Pest Management
EFNEP Stories Tell Of People Helping People
Ky Extension Service Gearing up to Avert Farm Crisis Situations

May 1999
Consumer Confidence Reports
Credit Card Crisis on the Farm
Ovarian Cysts in Dairy Cows
Preserving the Equine Industry
Field Day
First Team Penning
Equine Survey
Y2K and Kentucky Water
Dogwood Powdery Mildew
Harvest Maturity of Forages
Crop Insurance Alternatives
Low-Head Dams
Succesful Horticulture Tips
Cow College
Grants Aid Cider Industry
Keep And Expand Businesses

April 1999
Accrual Accounting
4-H Camps Gearing Up
Chlorine Regulation
E. Ky Laurel Creek
Spring Lawn Care
Master Logger Program
It's Raining on Plants
Sheep School
UK Commencement Speaker
French Beef Tour
Kentucky Tourism Potential
Wheat Field Day
Woods-Grown Plants
East Kentucky 4-Hers
Milk Prices
Cool Season Plants

March 1999
Get Horse Ready for Spring
Lightning Strikes in Spring
Farm Record Keeping
Choosing Landscape Plants
Marketing Timber
UK-UT Tobacco Breeding Programs
Alternative Ag Workshop
Alfalfa Grazing Tolerance Research
Bug Bombs 'Bomb Out' in Indoor Pest Battle
Bug's Life on Web
Timber As Capital Gain
Farm Census Figures
AgrAbility Donation
EFNEP Making Difference
Dynamic Health Duo

February 1999
4-H Alumni Search
Food Safety For Senior Citizens
Be Sweet to Your Heart
Heart Healthy Tips
Renovating Pastures, Hayfields
Plant Weather Damage
Water Quality Deadlines
Sheep Shearing School
Smith Named Associate Dean
Tobacco Trays
Alfalfa Conference March 4
Logger, Wheat programs earn top Extension Awards
Bt Corn
Farm Exports
Farm Priorities

January 1999
Dairy Programs in March
Family Dinner Hour
Forage Quality, Animal Performance
Hog Payment Program
IPM Training on March 24
Lambing school
Dairy Lights
Marketing Groups
Pork Price Outlook
Reality Store
Chain Saw Safety
Manage Food Serving Size

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