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Clark, Jessamine, Pulaski ag projects among $1.3 million in funding

Kentucky Agricultural Development Board Approve, more Than $1.3 Million for Projects Across Commonwealth

Area counties get $1.7 million for ag business, jobs, education efforts

Projects and programs approved span the diverse array of Kentucky agriculture

State ag leaders urge residents to remember gift of food this Christmas

Kentucky Proud products part of partnership.

Grant can help veterans pursue agriculture careers

The grant will allow veterans to receive hands-on training, classroom workshops, and one-on-one assistance.

State ag department, EPA signed cooperation agreement

Agreement brings together research, education, outreach efforts.

From yaks to timber, farm and manufacturing share their links

Stories illustrate the diversity of Eastern Kentucky's farm, industry landscape

Eastern Kentucky counties share $2.6 million for agriculture projects

Funds for everything from meat processing to young farmer recruitment.

Applicants sought for state veterinarian position

Application deadline is Sept. 9.

State starts web site for updates on unwanted seeds

Site answers questions, offers mailing addresses to send seeds.

State expects benefits from new trade agreement

New 'NAFTA' takes effect Wednesday.

State takes steps to mimic Dutch agritech success

Indoor agriculture may be wave of the future.

Farm outlets say coronavirus has helped in some ways

Conference discusses links between agriculture,

Ranchers using drones to keep cattle healthy

Each year, millions of cows in the United States die from health problems and it’s costing the cattle industry, but “eyes in the sky” could help ranchers solve the problem.

University of Kentucky launches “Heart-2-Heart” to support healthcare workers

The University of Kentucky Colleges of Nursing and Agriculture, Food, and Environment are launching "Heart-2-Heart," a letter writing campaign to thank and support healthcare workers on the front lines of COVID-19. 

KSU opens application process for agriculture scholarships

Kentucky State University has now opened the application process for $750,000 in USDA 1890 scholarships for students pursuing a career in agriculture.

10 in Pulaski recovered; Price volatility, labor biggest farm concerns

10 coronavirus patients have recovered, extension agent talks farms

Ad campaign promoting farmers markets across Kentucky

Agriculture officials say the ad campaign includes video and radio spots as well as limited TV and print advertising.

Metcalfe County students incubating eggs for local farmer

Metcalfe County High School students in Lynn Hawkins' agriculture class have been incubating chicken eggs for a local farmer.

Kentucky submits its hemp oversight plan to USDA

Kentucky is looking to get a quick start in overseeing hemp's comeback as a legal commodity with an application submitted to federal agriculture officials.

Equine, poultry gains lead Kentucky agriculture in 2018

Agricultural economists say Kentucky's farm cash receipts stayed relatively stable this year, due in part to continued gains in the horse and poultry industries.

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