University of Kentucky news
John Pike’s career took some unexpected turns and he’s loved every bit of it. Pike was awarded the 2023 ILSoyAdvisor Soybean Master Adviser Award and was recognized at the Illinois Soybean Association’s Soybean Summit.
The Heart of America Grazing Conference will take place Feb. 20-21 at the Ferdinand Community Center in Ferdinand.
Indiana Farm Bureau welcomed Todd Davis to its staff in a newly created chief economist role.
The Illinois Soybean Association has announced its ILSoyAdvisor award winners. The two awards are one way that ISA recognizes and shows its appreciation of Certified Crop Advisers across the state. Recipients were John Pike and Janette Porter.
The Heart of America Grazing Conference will take place Feb. 20-21 at the Ferdinand Community Center in Ferdinand. Hosted by the Indiana Forage Council, with input from Purdue Extension, the annual event will feature forage and grazing experts from across the nation.
Kathy Reinhardt has been elected president of the Farm Financial Standards Council. She owns and operates Reinhardt Farms with her husband, Ken, near Seaton, Illinois.
The early March weather has finally allowed us to complete the frost seeding. Conditions improved rapidly over the last weekend in February.
Concerns about lofty input prices and the limited availability of fertilizer this spring have some corn growers planning to plant soybeans back-to-back.
On a Central Kentucky hillside, over a thousand American white oak stand in neat rows, just barely towering over nearby blades of grass.
Developing a bale grazing system can increase the fertility of pastures.
Cattlemen that develop a rotational grazing system are managing the carbohydrate status and the leaf area of the forage.
Using expected progeny differences helps cattlemen make sound selection decisions for their herds.