Search Site   
Current News
Alan Jackson is epitome of country music’s heart
NWIAA symposium agenda to inspire minority farm women
Three Ohio women honored for their work in state’s agriculture
DeKalb County whiskey sells out its first day on the shelf
Farming’s ties with tech and environment
   
Current Articles   (Currents)
Search Current News      
First Previous Next Last
  Stories 21 to 30 of 127
Annual livestock day aids suburban elementary kids

Nearly 400 students from Avon Pine Tree Elementary School, kindergarten through fourth grade, spent Friday, March 20 celebrating national agriculture month during its fifth annual livestock day.
3/26/2015
Full Story...
10 years ago: Bush chooses Conner as USDA deputy head
Recalling Our Roots
3/26/2015
Full Story...
Report: Kentucky forestry biz could be expanded even more

A recent study conducted by extension specialists in the University of Kentucky (UK) College of Agriculture, Food and Environment’s Department of Forestry found the forestry industry in eastern Kentucky has the potential to grow and create an even greater economic impact.
3/26/2015
Full Story...
Almost Famous just in time for Women’s History Month
Almost Famous Women by Megan Mayhew Bergman
c.2015, Scribner
$25/$29.99 Canada
256 pages
  
3/26/2015
Full Story...
Caring well for children and farmland have commonalities
Immediate past president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Dr. Robert Block, recently said, “Adverse childhood experiences are the single greatest unaddressed public health threat facing our nation today.” That got me thinking about how caring for children has commonalities with caring for farmland.
3/26/2015
Full Story...
Potato planting season is good excuse for a history on machines
During Lent, many farm families and urbanites may have turned their mind to spring garden planting.  If the room is there, many families enjoy planting their own potatoes.
3/26/2015
Full Story...
Always entertaining, Reba remains a giant in industry
You’ve heard me say in the past that some artists are so popular, they are recognized by just their first name. You have also read here that I would like more of our female country artists to be heard on the radio.
3/26/2015
Full Story...
Put out root crops, shrubs and saplings from April 5-8
March 30-April 5, 2015
These days, the world
Is most beautiful of all:
Every seed is sprouting,
Buds are swelling.
-Joannes Secundus
Lunar phase and lore
3/26/2015
Full Story...
Maple sap production down across upper Midwest area
Maple syrup could be in short supply in Indiana and other parts of the Midwest this year.
3/26/2015
Full Story...
Campus Chatter
Campus Chatter
3/26/2015
Full Story...
First Previous Next Last
  Stories 21 to 30 of 127