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PLANNING - Oversized Farm Equipment on Roadways
 
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Traffic safety includes mitigating the risks associated with "Oversized Farm Equipment". County Extension Agents for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Hopkins and Muhlenberg County took to the road to address some the major issues related to transporting oversize farm equipment. Follow the links attached for a full-length video or take your pick of clips centered on topics of interest geared toward safety, efficiency, and moving equipment. Full length video: https://youtu.be/jSLEgC5x9Yk 1 OVERVIEW: https://youtu.be/mCDNZlOSz1A 2 PLANNING: https://youtu.be/xjUk7H6axio 3 ESCORTS: https://youtu.be/m7nG-bkk8wA 4 LIGHTING: https://youtu.be/0GtIG61NuvY 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT: https://youtu.be/fHAzsiPDRiM 6 COMMUNICATIONS: https://youtu.be/3sRQgsFIQf4 7 APPROACHING: https://youtu.be/y8E2UhqO7Zw 8 PATIENCE: https://youtu.be/uYaxaPCS-C8 9 CONCLUSION: https://youtu.be/oFhPRgnT8-I *Laws vary state to state - consult your local department of transportation or law enforcement office. Produced in partnership with Hopkins County Cooperative Extension Office https://hopkins.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/HopkinsCountyAgricultureExtension/?ref=bookmarks Muhlenberg County Cooperative Extension Office https://muhlenberg.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/MuhlenbergCES/ ------- 2018 University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment - Brian Volland
How to Create an Ag-Based Business Plan
 
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North Carolina Cooperative Extension in Burke County offers information and resources to local citizens who are interested in starting or who already operate an agriculture-based business. One resource is ag-based business outlines for citizens to use in planning their business. If you would like more information about starting your own agriculture-based business and about what resources are available, please contact the Burke County Cooperative Extension office at (828) 439-4460 or visit our website at http://burke.ces.ncsu.edu
Views: 862 NC State Extension
How to create a farm business plan
 
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University of Maine Cooperative Extension provides information on why creating a farm business plan is so important and what marketing, operations, and finances mean to your plan.
How to Plant a Vegetable Garden
 
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Watch more Vegetable Gardening videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/177903-How-to-Plant-a-Vegetable-Garden Grow some of your own food by starting a vegetable garden. You'll eat better and save money. Step 1: Decide on a garden type Decide between a raised-bed garden or an in-ground one. Raised beds, which consist of purchased topsoil that sits within a wooden frame, are ideal if your soil is stony or sandy. The main advantage of an in-ground garden is that it needs less watering. Tip For an in-ground garden, test your soil to find out what nutrients it needs. Garden centers sell do-it-yourself kits, or you can arrange a test through the Cooperative Extension System, a national agricultural network. Find a nearby office on the USDA web site. Step 2: Pick a good spot Pick a spot that gets a lot of sun and isn't obscured by tree or hedge shade. Step 3: Prep the land Prepare the land by building your raised bed or clearing and tilling a patch of land to a depth of about one foot. A 10 foot by 10 foot parcel is a good size for a beginner. For an in-ground garden, install a wire mesh fence three to four feet high to help keep out critters. Tip Leave the top foot of the fence unsecured so that if an animal attempts to climb it, it won't support his weight and he won't be able to get over it. Step 4: Seeds versus seedlings Decide if you want to plant seeds directly in the soil; start growing seeds in small containers, like egg cartons, and then transplant them into your garden when they take root. Or, buy seedlings from a nursery that are ready to go into the ground. If you start with seeds, you'll wait longer to harvest your vegetables. Tip In colder climates, the shorter growing season makes some vegetables impossible to grow directly from seed. Step 5: Plan your veggies Plot out what you'd like to plant, taking into consideration what grows well in your area. Orient the rows east to west with the tallest plants on the north side so they won't shade the shorter ones. Step 6: Sow your seeds Start your seeds following the instructions on the package. Plant your seedlings when it's appropriate to do so, which depends on both the crop and your climate. Your local garden center or nearest Extension office can give you this information, or you can find it on the web. Tip Maximize output by planting a warm-season crop after harvesting a cool-season crop. Step 7: Try companion planting Plant compatible vegetables near each other. To find out which veggies grow better together and which are best kept far apart, type "companion planting" into a search engine. Step 8: Put in some flowers Plant a few flowers among your crops. They'll attract bees, which will help pollinate your plants. Did You Know? Guinness World Record holder Charles H. Wilber harvested 1,368 pounds of tomatoes from just four plants.
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Planning for Retirement
 
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Cole Ehmke with the University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension office shares some information about how to plan for retirement and what questions you need to ask yourself.
Views: 21 AARP Wyoming
What is Extension?
 
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Ohio State University Extension brings the knowledge of the university directly to you. We fulfill the land-grant mission of The Ohio State University by interpreting knowledge and research developed by Extension and other faculty and staff at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, Ohio State main campus, and other land-grant universities -- so Ohioans can use the scientifically based information to better their lives, businesses and communities. The Extension system is the world's largest non-formal educational system. Extension's hallmark is programming delivered by professionals to address the needs of the local community while also addressing state, national, and global issues. Our practical educational programs combine the needs of local citizens and communities with new research and technical information. No matter which county you visit, you can find people who are helped by the four major OSU Extension program areas: family and consumer sciences, 4-H youth development, community development, and agriculture and natural resources. These program areas -- and many other special topics -- are continuously being evaluated and updated to meet the changing needs and issues facing each community. Extension provides practical advice, sensible solutions, and realistic down-to-earth answers for ALL Ohioans.
A Hobby Farm visit to the Agricultural Cooperative Extension
 
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Tracy visits the office of the Cooperative Extension Service in her community to learn more about the type of agricultural information that is available.
Views: 710 springchickenmedia
How to Build a PVC Drip Irrigation System
 
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Comments have been turned off: Jeff Banks is now retired from USU Extension and will no longer be available to answer questions about this video
ECOP PRM - Part 2 Three-Year Plan
 
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Conversation on ECOP Private Resource Mobilization Task Force Part 2
Views: 32 ECOP Office
How To Plan A Garden Right - Best Suit Climate Consideration - Gardening Tips
 
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Starting an Orchard: All About Fruit Trees & Taking Soil Samples
 
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John Strang from UK Department of Agriculture talks to Tim about how to start an orchard, the best location, what fruit trees to plant that are less susceptible to disease and more. While Adam, Horticulture Specialist from the Franklin County Extension Office shows us how to take a soil sample and what to do with it. (For more information visit: http://www.uky.edu/ccd/countrykitchen) Subscribe NOW to Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen: http://bit.ly/1haLDn8 Watch Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen All Week Long KET Saturday 7 PM KET2 Tuesday 6 PM KET KY Saturday 9 AM, Sunday 6:00 PM, Thursdays 9:00 PM Get more Tim Farmer's Country Kitchen: Follow: http://Twitter.com/TimFarmerKY Like: https://www.facebook.com/TimFarmersCountryKitchen Pin: http://www.pinterest.com/timfarmerky/ Website: http://www.TimFarmersCountryKitchen.com
Views: 38413 Tim Farmer
low cost hoop tunnels
 
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This video covers the basic information on how to build a low-cost, season extension hoop house. The video was produced by NMSU- Bernalillo County Extension Office.
Views: 6913 nmsuaces
Kentucky Agriculture Water Quality Plans
 
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Joanna visits with Dr. Amanda Gumbert, UK Extension Water Quality Specialist who discusses the KY Agriculture Water Quality Plans. The KY Ag Water Quality Act affects all landowners of 10+ acres involved in farming or forestry. Each farmer needs to develop a plan by using a producer’s workbook. Farmers can get help from Extension offices and local Conservation District office. If needed they can also seek cost-share through NRCS programs, state cost-share, CAIP. For more information contact and follow us on social media. Warren County Cooperative Extension Service https://www.warrencountyextension.com https://www.facebook.com/warrencountyag https://warrencountyagriculture.com
University of Georgia Extension: Anticipating and Planning for Paradigm Shifts
 
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Laura Perry Johnson, University of Georgia Extension, engages the question, “when the old ways of doing things no longer apply, how do Deans, Directors, and Administrators respond in a way that leverages Cooperative Extension’s assets?” Topics will include the following areas: the funding landscape for Cooperative Extension; changing demographics; state and national politics; multigenerational workplaces and clientele; shifting market preferences; sustaining entrepreneurial energy.
Views: 12 ECOP Office
N. C. A&T State University Cooperative Extension: Anticipating and Planning for Paradigm Shifts
 
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Rosalind Dale engages the question, “when the old ways of doing things no longer apply, how do Deans, Directors, and Administrators respond in a way that leverages Cooperative Extension’s assets?” Topics will include the following areas: the funding landscape for Cooperative Extension; changing demographics; state and national politics; multigenerational workplaces and clientele; shifting market preferences; sustaining entrepreneurial energy.
Views: 37 ECOP Office
Your Land, Your Legacy: Planning For Every New Hampshire Landowner
 
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Do you own land? Do you want to care for your land and make sure it's available for future generations? Contact your local Cooperative Extension office to discuss your options! (https://extension.unh.edu/Contact-Forestry-and-Wildlife-Staff) This video is a companion to "Your Land Your Legacy: Planning for Every New Hampshire Landowner" (https://extension.unh.edu/resources/files/Resource006988_Rep10088.pdf). A primer for landowners interested in learning about conservation-based estate-planning tools enabling them to determine who will own and care for their land into the future. Produced by UNH Cooperative Extension, in partnership with Paul Catanzaro, University of Massachusetts, and Wendy Sweetser Ferris, Franklin Land Trust.
Views: 213 UNH Extension
ESCORTS - Oversized Farm Equipment on Roadways
 
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Traffic safety includes mitigating the risks associated with "Oversized Farm Equipment". County Extension Agents for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Hopkins and Muhlenberg County took to the road to address some the major issues related to transporting oversize farm equipment. Follow the links attached for a full-length video or take your pick of clips centered on topics of interest geared toward safety, efficiency, and moving equipment. Full length video: https://youtu.be/jSLEgC5x9Yk 1 OVERVIEW: https://youtu.be/mCDNZlOSz1A 2 PLANNING: https://youtu.be/xjUk7H6axio 3 ESCORTS: https://youtu.be/m7nG-bkk8wA 4 LIGHTING: https://youtu.be/0GtIG61NuvY 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT: https://youtu.be/fHAzsiPDRiM 6 COMMUNICATIONS: https://youtu.be/3sRQgsFIQf4 7 APPROACHING: https://youtu.be/y8E2UhqO7Zw 8 PATIENCE: https://youtu.be/uYaxaPCS-C8 9 CONCLUSION: https://youtu.be/oFhPRgnT8-I *Laws vary state to state - consult your local department of transportation or law enforcement office. Produced in partnership with Hopkins County Cooperative Extension Office https://hopkins.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/HopkinsCountyAgricultureExtension/?ref=bookmarks Muhlenberg County Cooperative Extension Office https://muhlenberg.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/MuhlenbergCES/ ------- 2018 University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment - Brian Volland
Oregon State University Extension Service: Anticipating and Planning for Paradigm Shifts
 
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Scott Reed, Vice Provost, University Outreach and Engagement Director, OSU Extension Service, engages the question, “when the old ways of doing things no longer apply, how do Deans, Directors, and Administrators respond in a way that leverages Cooperative Extension’s assets?” Topics include the following areas: the funding landscape for Cooperative Extension; changing demographics; state and national politics; multigenerational workplaces and clientele; shifting market preferences; sustaining entrepreneurial energy.
Views: 39 ECOP Office
PROMO - Oversized Farm Equipment on Roadways
 
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Traffic safety includes mitigating the risks associated with "Oversized Farm Equipment". County Extension Agents for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Hopkins and Muhlenberg County took to the road to address some the major issues related to transporting oversize farm equipment. Follow the links attached for a full-length video or take your pick of clips centered on topics of interest geared toward safety, efficiency, and moving equipment. Full length video: https://youtu.be/jSLEgC5x9Yk 1 OVERVIEW: https://youtu.be/mCDNZlOSz1A 2 PLANNING: https://youtu.be/xjUk7H6axio 3 ESCORTS: https://youtu.be/m7nG-bkk8wA 4 LIGHTING: https://youtu.be/0GtIG61NuvY 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT: https://youtu.be/fHAzsiPDRiM 6 COMMUNICATIONS: https://youtu.be/3sRQgsFIQf4 7 APPROACHING: https://youtu.be/y8E2UhqO7Zw 8 PATIENCE: https://youtu.be/uYaxaPCS-C8 9 CONCLUSION: https://youtu.be/oFhPRgnT8-I *Laws vary state to state - consult your local department of transportation or law enforcement office. Produced in partnership with Hopkins County Cooperative Extension Office https://hopkins.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/HopkinsCountyAgricultureExtension/?ref=bookmarks Muhlenberg County Cooperative Extension Office https://muhlenberg.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/MuhlenbergCES/ ------- 2018 University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment - Brian Volland
Wisconsin Cooperative Extension: Anticipating and Planning for Paradigm Shifts
 
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Karl Martin, Dean and Director of Cooperative Extension, engage the question, “when the old ways of doing things no longer apply, how do Deans, Directors, and Administrators respond in a way that leverages Cooperative Extension’s assets?” Topics will include the following areas: the funding landscape for Cooperative Extension; changing demographics; state and national politics; multigenerational workplaces and clientele; shifting market preferences; sustaining entrepreneurial energy.
Views: 11 ECOP Office
N.C. Cooperative Extension Strategic Vision and Planning Initiative 2013-2014
 
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Dr. Joe Zublena, N.C. Cooperative Extension Service director, introduces a momentous initiative Extension has launched to better position the organization, as well as its employees and stakeholders, for long-term success. Learn more about this effort at http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/vision-initiative.
Fly Control Plan for Cattle — Agriculture Today — May 14, 2018
 
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On today’s episode: the weekly livestock market update; maximizing the effectiveness of one's fly control program for cattle out on grass; looking ahead to this fall's 48 Hours of 4-H community service event… Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast. 00:00:00 — Livestock Market Update:  The director of the Livestock Marketing Information Center, Jim Robb, provides this week's cattle market analysis:  he talks about the USDA's first pasture conditions report and the May hay stocks report, and their relevance to the cattle trades, and the USDA's first forecast on livestock production for 2019. 00:11:30 — Fly Control Plan for Cattle:  K-State veterinarian Gregg Hanzlicek talks about maximizing the effectiveness of one's fly control program for cattle out on grass, taking steps in addition to the use of insecticidal ear tags. 00:23:01 — Plan Now For “48 Hours of 4-H”:  K-State 4-H specialist Beth Hinshaw looks ahead to this fall's 48 Hours of 4-H community service event, urging 4-Hers and adult leaders to start planning for that. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.
Equestrian Planning Education Workshop: Extension Service Resources [runtime 4:30]
 
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Arthur Kirstein, coordinator of the Office of Agricultural Economic Development, USDA Palm Beach County spoke at the Equestrian Planning Education Workshop on January 30, 2013 in Wellington, Florida. Kirstein speaks about the resources that the Office of Agricultural Economic Development and Extension Services has to offer. He focuses on the importance of implementing nutrient management plans on horse operations, and legislation that affects agricultural operations.
Views: 45 ELCR Videos
Cooperative Extension Framework for Health and Wellness
 
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Cooperative Extension Framework for Health and Wellness Webinar goals were to: 1. Raise awareness of the framework and approval by ECOP as an early step in mobilizing the Extension system around health and wellness of the American population. 2. Encourage participants to use the framework to plan and report on health and wellness programming. Members of the ECOP Health Task Force will explain the framework, why it came to be and the vision for improving the public's health as a result of educational programming in the priority areas. Ideas for how to use the framework in local and state program planning will be shared. Participants will engage in answering key questions developed by the team using polling via Connect. Presenters Michelle Rodgers & Bonnie Braun Welcome to The Creating Healthy Communities Community of Practice YouTube Channel. The primary purpose of the Creating Healthy Communities CoP is to provide resource support to professionals and community leaders working to improve community health. To help them make positive impacts on their communities, our efforts are focused on providing resources supportive of the following goals: Improving the Health of Vulnerable Populations Developing Community Engagement and Leadership Skills Fostering Informed Health Policy Decisions Advancing Healthy Community Environments If you would like to get involved with the Creating Healthy Communities CoP click here to learn more! Connect with the Creating Healthy Communities CoP online: Twitter: https://twitter.com/createhealthcop Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CreatingHealthyCommunities Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/createhealthcop/ Web: http://www.extension.org/creating_healthy_communities YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CreateHealthCoP G+: https://plus.google.com/b/100478248107075545210/100478248107075545210/posts
Farewell David Goforth: Plan & Plant For A Better World
 
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Long time friend of Channel 22, David Goforth Retired in June from the NC Cooperative Extension Office. David Baxter sits down with him on his farm to talk about success, failure, and the future.
Views: 199 CabarrusCounty
UNH Extension: Anticipating and Planning for Paradigm Shifts
 
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Ken La Valley, Dean & Director of University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension, engages the question, “when the old ways of doing things no longer apply, how do Deans, Directors and Administrators respond in a way that leverages Cooperative Extension’s assets?” Topics include: the funding landscape for Cooperative Extension; changing demographics; state and national politics; multigenerational workplaces and clientele; shifting market preferences; sustaining entrepreneurial energy.
Views: 19 ECOP Office
OVERVIEW - Oversized Farm Equipment on Roadways
 
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Traffic safety includes mitigating the risks associated with "Oversized Farm Equipment". County Extension Agents for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Hopkins and Muhlenberg County took to the road to address some the major issues related to transporting oversize farm equipment. Follow the links attached for a full-length video or take your pick of clips centered on topics of interest geared toward safety, efficiency, and moving equipment. Full length video: https://youtu.be/jSLEgC5x9Yk 1 OVERVIEW: https://youtu.be/mCDNZlOSz1A 2 PLANNING: https://youtu.be/xjUk7H6axio 3 ESCORTS: https://youtu.be/m7nG-bkk8wA 4 LIGHTING: https://youtu.be/0GtIG61NuvY 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT: https://youtu.be/fHAzsiPDRiM 6 COMMUNICATIONS: https://youtu.be/3sRQgsFIQf4 7 APPROACHING: https://youtu.be/y8E2UhqO7Zw 8 PATIENCE: https://youtu.be/uYaxaPCS-C8 9 CONCLUSION: https://youtu.be/oFhPRgnT8-I *Laws vary state to state - consult your local department of transportation or law enforcement office. Produced in partnership with Hopkins County Cooperative Extension Office https://hopkins.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/HopkinsCountyAgricultureExtension/?ref=bookmarks Muhlenberg County Cooperative Extension Office https://muhlenberg.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/MuhlenbergCES/ ------- 2018 University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment - Brian Volland
Virginia Cooperative Extension
 
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Virginia Cooperative Extension remains a vital service for both Virginia farmers and consumers. For more go to http://vafarmbureau.org
Views: 211 VirginiaFarmBureau
PATIENCE - Oversized Farm Equipment on Roadways
 
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Traffic safety includes mitigating the risks associated with "Oversized Farm Equipment". County Extension Agents for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Hopkins and Muhlenberg County took to the road to address some the major issues related to transporting oversize farm equipment. Follow the links attached for a full-length video or take your pick of clips centered on topics of interest geared toward safety, efficiency, and moving equipment. Full length video: https://youtu.be/jSLEgC5x9Yk 1 OVERVIEW: https://youtu.be/mCDNZlOSz1A 2 PLANNING: https://youtu.be/xjUk7H6axio 3 ESCORTS: https://youtu.be/m7nG-bkk8wA 4 LIGHTING: https://youtu.be/0GtIG61NuvY 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT: https://youtu.be/fHAzsiPDRiM 6 COMMUNICATIONS: https://youtu.be/3sRQgsFIQf4 7 APPROACHING: https://youtu.be/y8E2UhqO7Zw 8 PATIENCE: https://youtu.be/uYaxaPCS-C8 9 CONCLUSION: https://youtu.be/oFhPRgnT8-I *Laws vary state to state - consult your local department of transportation or law enforcement office. Produced in partnership with Hopkins County Cooperative Extension Office https://hopkins.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/HopkinsCountyAgricultureExtension/?ref=bookmarks Muhlenberg County Cooperative Extension Office https://muhlenberg.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/MuhlenbergCES/ ------- 2018 University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment - Brian Volland
LIGHTING - Oversized Farm Equipment on Roadways
 
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Traffic safety includes mitigating the risks associated with "Oversized Farm Equipment". County Extension Agents for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Hopkins and Muhlenberg County took to the road to address some the major issues related to transporting oversize farm equipment. Follow the links attached for a full-length video or take your pick of clips centered on topics of interest geared toward safety, efficiency, and moving equipment. Full length video: https://youtu.be/jSLEgC5x9Yk 1 OVERVIEW: https://youtu.be/mCDNZlOSz1A 2 PLANNING: https://youtu.be/xjUk7H6axio 3 ESCORTS: https://youtu.be/m7nG-bkk8wA 4 LIGHTING: https://youtu.be/0GtIG61NuvY 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT: https://youtu.be/fHAzsiPDRiM 6 COMMUNICATIONS: https://youtu.be/3sRQgsFIQf4 7 APPROACHING: https://youtu.be/y8E2UhqO7Zw 8 PATIENCE: https://youtu.be/uYaxaPCS-C8 9 CONCLUSION: https://youtu.be/oFhPRgnT8-I *Laws vary state to state - consult your local department of transportation or law enforcement office. Produced in partnership with Hopkins County Cooperative Extension Office https://hopkins.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/HopkinsCountyAgricultureExtension/?ref=bookmarks Muhlenberg County Cooperative Extension Office https://muhlenberg.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/MuhlenbergCES/ ------- 2018 University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment - Brian Volland
Drought Management Plan for Cattle — Agriculture Today — May 7, 2018
 
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On today’s episode: the weekly livestock market update; developing a drought management plan for cattle on summer grass, should the extremely dry weather continue; the 4-H “Raise Your Hand” campaign helps local 4-H programs… Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast. 00:00:00 — Livestock Market Update:  Livestock economist Derrell Peel of Oklahoma State University is featured on this week's cattle market segment:  he'll discuss the positive signals in both domestic and export beef demand as the main sources of support for current cattle prices, and he shares his just-released estimation of the losses to the Oklahoma cattle industry from the wildfires in April. 00:11:29 — Drought Management Plan for Cattle:  K-State beef cattle specialist Sandy Johnson talks about the value of developing a drought management plan for cattle on summer grass, should the extremely dry weather continue...she offers some considerations on knowing when to de-stock a pasture. 00:23:00 — “Raise Your Hand”:  K-State 4-H specialist Amy Sollock talks about the National 4-H “Raise Your Hand” campaign, which gives alumni and friends of 4-H the opportunity to show their support by casting a vote for their state for awards that will go to local 4-H programs. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.
APPROACHING - Oversized Farm Equipment on Roadways
 
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Traffic safety includes mitigating the risks associated with "Oversized Farm Equipment". County Extension Agents for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Hopkins and Muhlenberg County took to the road to address some the major issues related to transporting oversize farm equipment. Follow the links attached for a full-length video or take your pick of clips centered on topics of interest geared toward safety, efficiency, and moving equipment. Full length video: https://youtu.be/jSLEgC5x9Yk 1 OVERVIEW: https://youtu.be/mCDNZlOSz1A 2 PLANNING: https://youtu.be/xjUk7H6axio 3 ESCORTS: https://youtu.be/m7nG-bkk8wA 4 LIGHTING: https://youtu.be/0GtIG61NuvY 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT: https://youtu.be/fHAzsiPDRiM 6 COMMUNICATIONS: https://youtu.be/3sRQgsFIQf4 7 APPROACHING: https://youtu.be/y8E2UhqO7Zw 8 PATIENCE: https://youtu.be/uYaxaPCS-C8 9 CONCLUSION: https://youtu.be/oFhPRgnT8-I *Laws vary state to state - consult your local department of transportation or law enforcement office. Produced in partnership with Hopkins County Cooperative Extension Office https://hopkins.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/HopkinsCountyAgricultureExtension/?ref=bookmarks Muhlenberg County Cooperative Extension Office https://muhlenberg.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/MuhlenbergCES/ ------- 2018 University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment - Brian Volland
Morgan County Cooperative Extension Office
 
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Morgan County purchased a turn-key solution from a local sign company. The sign is located in West Liberty, KY. It's a single-face, 19.8mm Daktronics display that's 3'-8" high x 8'-1" wide. It's our new GS6 (sixth generation Galaxy) display. Morgan County can access their sign from anywhere on any device. They're using our wireless Ethernet Bridge Radio that's connected to their network. No cell phone/data plan is required to provide access from anywhere. This saves them money by not having to pay for a monthly data plan from their local Internet Service Provider. Click on this link to learn more about Daktronics' Venus Control Suite software. http://www.daktronics.com/en-us/products/software-and-controllers/venus-control-suite/message-displays
Views: 121 Scott Whittington
Mac County Extension Office hosts The basics of Medicare
 
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Mac County Extension Office hosts The basics of Medicare Jana McKinneyCounty Extension Agent Family and Consumer Science Want information on Medicare? Plan to attend a free educational program on June 6 at 7 p.m. at the McPherson County Extension Office. SH...
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CONCLUSION - Oversized Farm Equipment on Roadways
 
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Traffic safety includes mitigating the risks associated with "Oversized Farm Equipment". County Extension Agents for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Hopkins and Muhlenberg County took to the road to address some the major issues related to transporting oversize farm equipment. Follow the links attached for a full-length video or take your pick of clips centered on topics of interest geared toward safety, efficiency, and moving equipment. Full length video: https://youtu.be/jSLEgC5x9Yk 1 OVERVIEW: https://youtu.be/mCDNZlOSz1A 2 PLANNING: https://youtu.be/xjUk7H6axio 3 ESCORTS: https://youtu.be/m7nG-bkk8wA 4 LIGHTING: https://youtu.be/0GtIG61NuvY 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT: https://youtu.be/fHAzsiPDRiM 6 COMMUNICATIONS: https://youtu.be/3sRQgsFIQf4 7 APPROACHING: https://youtu.be/y8E2UhqO7Zw 8 PATIENCE: https://youtu.be/uYaxaPCS-C8 9 CONCLUSION: https://youtu.be/oFhPRgnT8-I *Laws vary state to state - consult your local department of transportation or law enforcement office. Produced in partnership with Hopkins County Cooperative Extension Office https://hopkins.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/HopkinsCountyAgricultureExtension/?ref=bookmarks Muhlenberg County Cooperative Extension Office https://muhlenberg.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/MuhlenbergCES/ ------- 2018 University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment - Brian Volland
Grand Design 2018 - London Miniscule House
 
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This is London Minuscule House's design video, which is fairly detailed in the design and construction process, which will help to make the boards more accessible. Have fun while watching the video! Sign up for Mr Designs for more science, technology and design videos, design ideas, and more : https://goo.gl/Ub7GGK
Views: 137119 Mr Design
Morgan County Opens New Extension Office After Tornado
 
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Three years ago this spring, an EF3-strength tornado ripped through Eastern Kentucky, leaving a path of death and destruction. One of the hardest hit communities was West Liberty in Morgan County, which lost pretty much all of its downtown business district, including the Morgan County Cooperative Extension Extension Service office. Now, three years later, Morgan County is making a comeback, which is evident in the opening of a brand new Extension office and educational farm.
LAW ENFORCEMENT - Oversized Farm Equipment on Roadways
 
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Traffic safety includes mitigating the risks associated with "Oversized Farm Equipment". County Extension Agents for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Hopkins and Muhlenberg County took to the road to address some the major issues related to transporting oversize farm equipment. Follow the links attached for a full-length video or take your pick of clips centered on topics of interest geared toward safety, efficiency, and moving equipment. Full length video: https://youtu.be/jSLEgC5x9Yk 1 OVERVIEW: https://youtu.be/mCDNZlOSz1A 2 PLANNING: https://youtu.be/xjUk7H6axio 3 ESCORTS: https://youtu.be/m7nG-bkk8wA 4 LIGHTING: https://youtu.be/0GtIG61NuvY 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT: https://youtu.be/fHAzsiPDRiM 6 COMMUNICATIONS: https://youtu.be/3sRQgsFIQf4 7 APPROACHING: https://youtu.be/y8E2UhqO7Zw 8 PATIENCE: https://youtu.be/uYaxaPCS-C8 9 CONCLUSION: https://youtu.be/oFhPRgnT8-I *Laws vary state to state - consult your local department of transportation or law enforcement office. Produced in partnership with Hopkins County Cooperative Extension Office https://hopkins.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/HopkinsCountyAgricultureExtension/?ref=bookmarks Muhlenberg County Cooperative Extension Office https://muhlenberg.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/MuhlenbergCES/ ------- 2018 University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment - Brian Volland
COMMUNICATIONS - Oversized Farm Equipment on Roadways
 
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Traffic safety includes mitigating the risks associated with "Oversized Farm Equipment". County Extension Agents for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Hopkins and Muhlenberg County took to the road to address some the major issues related to transporting oversize farm equipment. Follow the links attached for a full-length video or take your pick of clips centered on topics of interest geared toward safety, efficiency, and moving equipment. Full length video: https://youtu.be/jSLEgC5x9Yk 1 OVERVIEW: https://youtu.be/mCDNZlOSz1A 2 PLANNING: https://youtu.be/xjUk7H6axio 3 ESCORTS: https://youtu.be/m7nG-bkk8wA 4 LIGHTING: https://youtu.be/0GtIG61NuvY 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT: https://youtu.be/fHAzsiPDRiM 6 COMMUNICATIONS: https://youtu.be/3sRQgsFIQf4 7 APPROACHING: https://youtu.be/y8E2UhqO7Zw 8 PATIENCE: https://youtu.be/uYaxaPCS-C8 9 CONCLUSION: https://youtu.be/oFhPRgnT8-I *Laws vary state to state - consult your local department of transportation or law enforcement office. Produced in partnership with Hopkins County Cooperative Extension Office https://hopkins.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/HopkinsCountyAgricultureExtension/?ref=bookmarks Muhlenberg County Cooperative Extension Office https://muhlenberg.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/MuhlenbergCES/ ------- 2018 University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment - Brian Volland
Oversized Farm Equipment on Roadways - Full Series
 
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Traffic safety includes mitigating the risks associated with "Oversized Farm Equipment". County Extension Agents for Agriculture and Natural Resources in Hopkins and Muhlenberg County took to the road to address some the major issues related to transporting oversize farm equipment. Follow the links attached for a full-length video or take your pick of clips centered on topics of interest geared toward safety, efficiency, and moving equipment. Full length video: https://youtu.be/jSLEgC5x9Yk 1 OVERVIEW: https://youtu.be/mCDNZlOSz1A 2 PLANNING: https://youtu.be/xjUk7H6axio 3 ESCORTS: https://youtu.be/m7nG-bkk8wA 4 LIGHTING: https://youtu.be/0GtIG61NuvY 5 LAW ENFORCEMENT: https://youtu.be/fHAzsiPDRiM 6 COMMUNICATIONS: https://youtu.be/3sRQgsFIQf4 7 APPROACHING: https://youtu.be/y8E2UhqO7Zw 8 PATIENCE: https://youtu.be/uYaxaPCS-C8 9 CONCLUSION: https://youtu.be/oFhPRgnT8-I *Laws vary state to state - consult your local department of transportation or law enforcement office. Produced in partnership with Hopkins County Cooperative Extension Office https://hopkins.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/HopkinsCountyAgricultureExtension/?ref=bookmarks Muhlenberg County Cooperative Extension Office https://muhlenberg.ca.uky.edu/ https://www.facebook.com/MuhlenbergCES/ ------- 2018 University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, Food and Environment - Brian Volland
Kentucky Double Dollars
 
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For more information about participating the the Kentucky Double Dollars Program please visit: www.cfaky.org or www.kentuckydoubledollars.org General support for the Kentucky Double Dollars program is provided by: *Governor’s Office of Agricultural Policy/Kentucky Agricultural Development Fund *United States Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture *WellCare *BB&T Your county Cooperative Extension office offers nutrition education programs. For more information, contact your county Cooperative Extension office.
100 Years of Oklahoma Extension
 
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Come with us as we take a look back at the start of the Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service, visit with some of the people and programs that serve Oklahomans today, and see how Extension will be there in the future for the people of our state. http://oces.okstate.edu
Views: 1174 OkStateDASNR
Grand Design 2018 - County Down Agricultural House
 
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Together we participate in the design and construction of County Down Agricultural House. Hope video will be useful for you, thanks Sign up for Mr Designs for more science, technology and design videos, design ideas, and more : https://goo.gl/Ub7GGK
Views: 18865 Mr Design
ECOP Next Generation Extension Learning for Leaders: 10 Big Ideas (January 2018)
 
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Five Director/Administrators, one from each region, provides 2 of their best and biggest ideas inviting their colleagues to “think differently” about Extension. Please send feedback to Executive Director Rick Klemme at rickklemme@extension.org.
Views: 179 ECOP Office
Board of Supervisors Meeting of February 20, 2018
 
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Featuring the following topics: --Report from the Virginia Cooperative Extension Office --2017 Annual Reports from the Warren County Parks and Recreation Commission and the Planning Commission --Discussion regarding the relocation of Warren County decals on windshields
Design of a roof addition over an existing concrete patio in Bozeman, MT part 1
 
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http://bozeman-remodeling.com Peter Q Brown shows the design process for an attractive new roof addition over an existing concrete patio. Remodeling and General Remodeling Services in Bozeman 59772, Livington 59047, Belgrade 59714 , Manhattan 59741, Clyde Park 59018, Callatin Gateway 59730, Emigrant 59027, Wilsall 59086, Pray59065 and other Gallatin County, MT areas.
Views: 1839231 PeterQBrownDesign
Agriculture Today — Dec. 8, 2017
 
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On today’s episode: the weekly grain market update; some thoughts regarding overall farm management planning and tax management, as we approach year's end; agricultural news; K-State climatologist Mary Knapp reports on Kansas agricultural weather… Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast. 00:01:29 – Grain Market Update:  K-State grain market economist Dan O'Brien discusses the notable improvement in grain sorghum prices at Kansas elevators of late, and he remarks on what's happening with the basis bids for other grains at delivery points around Kansas, during his weekly segment on the grain market trends. 00:12:42 – K-State Crops Team Scores National Championship:  The administrators of the Kansas Farm Management Association at K-State, Kevin Herbel and Mark Dikeman, offer up several things for producers to think about here at year's end regarding overall farm management planning and tax management...one objective being to take steps to avoid recording a net operating loss for 2017. 00:24:11– Ag News:  The day's agricultural news headlines, and the latest “Kansas Wheat Scoop.” 00:32:42 – Kansas Weather:  K-State climatologist Mary Knapp reports on Kansas agricultural weather. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.
Cooperative Extension, the Farm Bureau, and Luther N. Duncan
 
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Original Lecture Date and Time: April 18, 2006 at 4PM Location: Special Collections & Archives, Ralph Brown Draughon Library Speaker: Dwayne Cox About the Speaker Dwayne Cox serves as head of Special Collections & Archives at Auburn University and is the author of "Alabama Farm Agents, 1914-1922 and Luther N. Duncan, the Extension Service, and the Farm Bureau", which appeared in the Alabama Review (October 1994 and July 1998). About the Lecture In 1914 Congress passed the Smith-Lever Act, which provided funds to create a network of county farm agents based at the land grant colleges in every state. These agents would carry knowledge regarding production agriculture and farm management from the land grants to the nation's farm families. In 1920 Luther N. Duncan became director of the Alabama Cooperative Extension Service. From his office in Auburn, he directed a corps of county farm and home demonstration agents. In 1921 he was instrumental in establishing the Alabama Farm Bureau Federation, originally a cooperative purchasing and marketing organization. Under the leadership of Duncan and E.A. O'Neal, president of the Alabama Farm Bureau, the two organizations built a powerful political alliance. Eventually, this helped elevate O'Neal to the presidency of the American Farm Bureau Federation and Duncan to the presidency of the Alabama Polytechnic Institute in Auburn.
Views: 1063 Auburn University
Submitting a Plant Sample for Identification
 
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6/6/15-Consumer Horticulture Specialist David Hillock explains the proper way to submit a plant sample for identification. Find you local Oklahoma Cooperative Extension office on our website: http://www.oklahomagardening.okstate.edu
Views: 116 OklahomaGardening
Vegetables in the Landscape - MSU Extension Service
 
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Horticulturist Gary Bachman - Southern Gardening television segments are produced by the Office of Agricultural Communications for the Mississippi State University Extension Service.
Views: 207 MissStateExtension