Carol Spence

Consumers hold key to meat prices
Consumers may be in the driver's seat when it comes to higher meat prices. Indications are that retail meat prices may
Kentuckians participate in citizen diplomacy
If anyone happened to drop by Greg Webb's farm recently, they might have been surprised to hear a Tajik folk song float
Kentucky workshops to explore forage-finished beef
In the middle of the 20th century, the traditional method of raising and finishing cattle on the farm gave way to a
Kentucky farmland values hold steady
Farm real estate values across the country fell 3.2 percent as of Jan. 1, the first decline since 1987, according to a
Research refining fertilizer applications
Farmers often can look over their fields at specific times of the year and tell from the crop's color whether or not it
Barley may rebound in Kentucky
In the 1950s, more than 120,000 acres of Kentucky farmland stood in barley. Today, that number is down to
Kentucky schedules winter wheat meeting
After a boom year for grain prices and a surge in nitrogen costs, farmers might be wondering what 2009 has in store for
Kentucky schedules 'Beef Bash' for Sept. 23
The University of Kentucky College of Agriculture and the Kentucky Cattlemen's Association will offer the inaugural
Kentucky biomass to biofuels short course offered
A biofuels short course will provide a broad introduction to the area of biomass-derived fuels, emphasizing
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