Kentucky Ag News
Vol. 5 No. 18 • Dec. 17, 2012
On December 17, Agriculture Commissioner James Comer will fulfill his promise to take agriculture to every county in Kentucky. His 120th county visit will take place in Martin County.
Kentucky beef producers will have the opportunity to compare notes with each other, hear from beef and forage experts, and visit the popular Ag Industry Trade Show.
Agriculture Commissioner James Comer is scheduled to address the opening session of the Kentucky Fruit and Vegetable Conference Jan. 7 in Lexington.
The awards included three marketing grants for a total of nearly $4.77 million.
Dr. Kristie Broadbent Guffey has accepted the position of Agricultural Education Program Consultant/Kentucky FFA Leadership Training Center Director, Kentucky FFA has announced.
“We’re so fortunate to have so many creative people here in Kentucky,” co-owner John Hassman said.
Kentucky farm operators along with farm operators across America are about to participate in the nation’s largest, most detailed statistical portrait of U.S. agriculture — the 2012 Census of Agriculture.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has issued 47 awards - including two in Kentucky - to help veterinarians repay a portion of their veterinary school loans in return for serving areas lacking sufficient veterinary resources.
- 2013 Fruit and Vegetable Conference
- UK Wheat Science Group winter meeting
- Kentucky Cattlemen's Association convention
- Kentucky Pork Producers Association conference
- Kentucky Commodity Conference
- UK Equine Showcase and 4th Annual Kentucky Breeders Short Course
- Kentucky Landscape Industries Winter Conference & Expo
- 2013 Kentucky Small Ruminant Grazing Conference