University of Kentucky College of Agriculture


December 2000
KY Beef Producers Combine Calves at Non-Traditional Sale
Burley Outlook for 2001 More Optimistic than Previous Year
Retired Extension Agent Honored By Kentucky Farm Bureau
Replacing Farm Equipment Is More than a Tax Issue
Damage from Fall Fires Varied
Kentucky Farmers Financially Sound
Meeting Features Topics For Current And Future Fruit & Vegetable Growers
Kentucky Farm Cash Receipts May Hit Record Level in 2001
2001 KY Livestock Outlook Strong
Wheat Conference Is January 5 at Princeton
Ag Force Program Gives Students Look at Jobs in Agriculture
Sorghum Syrup Making a Resurgence
Grain Byproducts Can Be Used as Feeds For Calves

November 2000
UK Ag News Online to Serve Commonwealth
Farmers Have New Option For Plant Disease Control
Short Course and Field Day Examines Swine and Dairy Lagoon Construction Techniques
UK Beef Research Unit Opening Coincides With Major Animal Science Funding Announcements
Cattle Market Is Bright Spot In Kentucky Farm Economy
Ky Center For Cooperative Development Provides Grants For Farmer Co-ops
Dark Tobacco Outlook For 2000 Has Concerns
Rising Fuel Prices Drive up Farm Production Expenses
Kentucky Has Right Ingredients For a Profitable Beef Future
Key Speakers to Inspire Women In Agriculture Conference-Goers
Farmers Advised to Look at Tax Strategies
Fire Ants Found In Western Kentucky
Farmers Seeing Good Yields

October 2000
Rotational Grazing of Alfalfa Can Improve Beef Profitability
Kentucky-Tennessee Beef Extension Specialists Receive $750,000 Federal Grant
Calibrate Grain Drills To Control Seed Costs
Camp Offers Youth Outdoor Learning Experience
Horticulture Council Provides Landscape For Habitat for Humanity Homes
Seminar Helps Communities Learn about Violence
Kentucky Natural Resources Leadership Institute Unique Opportunity
Poultry Litter Provides Fertilizer Options for Farm Crops
Marketing Opportunities Ahead for Grain Growers
UK Announces Four Candidates To Vie for Ag Dean Position
USDA Storage Plan Expanded, Farmers May Want a Second Look
University Offers Workshops For Tax Preparers
Service Learning Project a Joint Effort

September 2000
Tick Populations Plaguing Homeowners
Southern Beef Day Looks at eMerge Interactive Technology
Kentucky Bull Test Program Revived
4-H Youth Win Two of Three Top Honors at State Fair Sale of Champs
Contest Showcases Tobacco Cutter's Skills
Farm Safety Emphasis Aims to Reduce Injuries in Agriculture
Grapes Being Tested For Wines
4-H Continues Dairy Judging Tradition
Kentucky 4-H Conducts First Official Animal Science Knowledge College Contest
Corn Lodging May Require Early Harvest
Horse Owners Consider Oat Hay For Older Horses
UK Publication Can Help You Select New Farm Enterprise
UK Ag Students Win National Tractor Design Awards
Soil Compaction Can Cause Yield Losses
County Agriculture Development Councils Getting Public Input
Seminar Aims to Educate Community on Violence
No-Till Wheat Can Boost Yields of Subsequent Crops
Second Annual Women's Ag Conference Bigger and Better
Ag Days Offer Youth Up Close Look At Agriculture

August 2000
Water Quality Plans Need to Be Addressed
New Grain Crop Opportunities Being Researched
Native Grass a Potential Fuel Source
Country Ham Judging Added To Kentucky 4-H State Fair Contests
4-H Plays Important Role In Successful Careers
Fall a Good Time for Dairy Herd Fertility
Marketing Meat Directly to Consumers Holds Profit Potential
Nutrition Program Offers Look at Why We Eat What We Do
Now is the Time to Think About Pasture Renovation
4-H Horticultural Judging Tests Knowledge of Fruits & Vegetables
UK Specialist Suggests Pre-weaning Considerations For Beef Calves
USDA Announcement Could Benefit KY Farms
Bin Busting Crops Mean Storage Alternatives May Be Needed
Aquaculture Project Moving Forward in Western Kentucky
Cloverville Showcases 4-H Skills at State Fair
Chalk Up Current Cattle Prices to a Cycle Producers Know Well
4-H Dairy Show Teaches Care & Responsibility
Farm To Table Connection Conference Will Bring Together People And Ideas
Garden a Source of Pride for Hopkins County
Are Walnuts Causing Your Garden to Wilt?
On-Farm Grain Storage Program An Option For Farmers to Consider
When Should You Start Harvesting Corn in 2000?
Living Well Is The Wildcat Way

July 2000
Pesticide Storage Facilities Protect Environment
UK Hosts International Soybean Conference
Spherical Dome Helps Kentucky Researchers Study Forest Canopy
Edible Soybeans May Prove a Tasty Alternative
Enterprise Evaluation Can Help Farmers in Tough Times
Field Day A Family Affair
Greenhouse Project to Demonstrate Plants That Do Well in Western Kentucky
West Kentucky Growers Cooperative Offers Farmers Diversification
Shade May Keep Cattle Body Temp Constant in Hot Summer Months
What's Turning Kentucky's Black Locusts Brown?
Ky 4-H Delegates Attend First National 4-H Technology Conference
Whether Rain or Drought, Conserving Water Makes Good Sense Year Round
Field Day Offers Youths Chance To Learn Safety Skills
2000 is Year of the Zinnia

June 2000
Home Canner Testing Aids in Food Safety
Project Focuses on Times And Rates To Irrigate Corn, Soybean Crops
KY 4-H Elects First State Officer Team Of The New Millennium
Basket Makers Weave Pleasure With Profit
UK Ag College Launches Biotech Web Site to Further Initiative
Produce Auction Offers Advantages For Buyers and Sellers
Task Force to Examine Mesonet Potential
University of Kentucky Research And Education Center in Princeton Marks 75th Anniversary
Extension Agents Getting Follow-up Training To Deal with Farm Family Financial Issues
How Much Water Do Summer Veggies Need?
Marketing Opportunities Available For Kentucky Produce Farmers
Conference to Stress Importance Of Protecting Kentucky Farmland
UK Research and Education Center Field Day Offers Look at Latest Research
Agriculture Leaders Celebrate UK Plant Science Groundbreaking And Major Gifts For Ag Research
UK Ag Meteorologist Believes Hurricane Season May Benefit Kentucky
Integrated Pest Management Benefits Home Landscapes

May 2000
Plan Now for Possible Water Limitations
Conference Touts Ginseng And Goldenseal as Potential Moneymakers
Kentucky Beef Producers May Still Have Time to Take Advantage of Higher Beef Prices
Drought Has Some Kentucky Producers Looking at Potential of Irrigation
"Lunch from the Land" : Creating an Abundant Container Garden
Water Awareness Month: Think About Water Quality Plans Now
UK College of Agriculture Dean to Retire September 30th
UK Students Develop Land Use Plan For East Kentucky County
Workshop Details Farm-To-School Initiative
USDA Meeting Shows Potential for Kentucky Small Farm-to-School Produce Sales
Wheat Field Day Set For May 18 in Fulton County
Cut Forages Early to Maximize Use And Quality
New Trade Agreement Will Impact Agriculture

April 2000
Kentucky's 4-H Camps Gearing up for Another Exciting Summer
Lloyds of London Re-commits to Supporting Equine Disease Publication
Safe Use of Pesticides Protects People, Pets
UK to Dedicate Sheep Center, Host Ewe Profit School in May
Commonwealth High School Students Win with Wood
Colorful Blooms Overshadowing Tree And Shrub Damage from Last Year's Drought
UK Biosystems & Ag Engineering Students Awarded Fellowships
Extension Pesticide Applicator Training Is Important but Unheralded Service
Breeding Season Important For Beef Profitability
4-H Senior Conference to Add Community Service to Agenda
New Ky Forest Conservation Act Will Require Trained Loggers
Career Networking Benefits Ag Conference Student Participants
Coggins Test Vital For Equine Health
Lamb Grading Important Skill for Producers

March 2000
Tractor Roll-Over Protection Is Life and Death Matter
UK and KSU Host 15th Annual Career Fair and Training Conference
UK Specialist Offers Seven Habits of Highly Effective Commercial Vegetable Growers
UK Rural Sociologists Giving Life to Cold Statistics
Mountain Trail Showcases Kentucky's Natural Beauty
Ag Meteorologist Believes La Nina Will Affect Rain Outlook
UK Cooperative Extension Service Can Help Burley Producers with Reality Check
Good Management Makes Renovating Drought-damaged Lawns Possible
Kentucky Agriculture Impacts Urban Life
Cow College Features Hands-on Learning For Beef Producers
Fertilizer Best Used for Feeding Trees and Shrubs... Not as De-icer
Conference to Focus on Connecting Kentucky Farmers to School Meal Programs
Fuel Price Increase Impacts Fertilizer Prices
UK Ag Safety Students Want To Spread Awareness Message
UK to Host First Shearing School at New Sheep Unit
Extension Service Offers Tobacco Lease Option Planning

February 2000
UK Role in National Farm Machinery Show Pivotal
Kentucky Dairy Conference Has Variety of Themes
New UK Motor Vehicle Fueling Station Supplies Ethanol For State's "Flex-fuel" Cars
New Extension Program Targets Learning Potentials of Early Years
IPM Training in Princeton To Highlight Gray Leaf Spot
Co-op Extension Reaches Rural Ky With Business Management Program
Lambing School Spotlights New UK Research Facility
Strength of Kentucky's Land-grant System Seen as Key to Agriculture Success
Network With Fish Producers At West Kentucky Conference
4-H Program Builds Character In Commonwealth's Kids
KSU's 'Third Thursday Thing' Encourages Coldframe Crops
Community Asset Program Stresses Finding Resources Close to Home
Kentuckians Give High Marks to Cooperative Extension Service
Phase II Tobacco PaymentsNeed Filing on 1999 Tax Forms
UK College of Ag Reaches Urban Audiences Through Turf Topics

January 2000
Strategy For Animal Feeding Operations Likely Discussion Topic For State's Lawmakers
Ag Scientists Share Results Of Wheat Production Research
Water Is Main Concern for Winter Livestock Management
UK Distance Education Puts Cooperative Extension on Top
New UK Beef Research Unit Will Have Major Impact on Kentucky's Beef Industry
UK College of Ag Receives Endowment To Help Tobacco Farm Families
Kentucky Dairy Industry Has the Ingredients for Growth
Remember the Term S.A.M. When Dealing With Grain Storage Systems
Ag Engineering Students Blend Need With Skill to Design New Innovations
Cooperative Extension And Ag Lenders Address Farm Crisis
Teamwork Spells Success For Kentucky's Tobacco Settlement Distribution
UK Agriculture College Wants Your Comments
Sheep Producers Gain Competitive Edge at Extension Conference

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