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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
Kentucky Agricultural Water Quality Act - Tallow Creek
 
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Harry and Karen Pelle discuss their decision to manage their land for timber. For more information on the Kentucky Agricultural Water Quality Act and how to make your own ag water quality plan, please visit: http://www.uky.edu/bae/awqp - What is the Kentucky Agricultural Water Quality Act? The Kentucky General Assembly passed the Kentucky Agriculture Water Quality Act in 1994. The goal of the act is to protect surface and groundwater resources from pollution as a result of agriculture and silviculture (forestry) activities. - Whom does the Agriculture Water Quality Act affect? The Agriculture Water Quality Act requires all landowner/land users with ten (10) or more acres that is being used for agriculture or silviculture operations to develop and implement a water quality plan based upon guidance from the Kentucky Agriculture Water Quality Plan. - How are agriculture and silviculture defined under the Agriculture Water Quality Act? "Agriculture operation" means any farm operation on a tract of land, including all income producing improvements and farm dwellings, together with other farm buildings and structures incident to the operation and maintenance of the farm, situated on ten (10) contiguous acres or more of land used for the production of livestock, livestock products, poultry, poultry products, milk, milk products, or silviculture products or for the growing of crops such as, but not limited to, tobacco, corn, soybeans, small grains, fruits and vegetables, or devoted to and meeting the requirements and qualifications for payments to agriculture programs under an agreement with the state or federal government. "Silviculture" generally means that part of forestry that involves growing and harvesting of trees. - What is the Kentucky Agriculture Water Quality Plan? The Kentucky Agriculture Water Quality Plan consists of best management practices from six different areas - Silviculture, Pesticides and Fertilizers, Farmstead, Crops, Livestock, and Streams and Other Waters. Each BMP includes definitions and descriptions, regulatory requirements, Agriculture Water Quality Authority requirements, design information, practice maintenance, technical assistance, cost share assistance, recommendations and references. This statewide plan will serve as a guide to individual landowners/land users as they develop water quality plans for their individual operations. - What is the process for developing and implementing an individual water quality plan? Individual landowners/land users must fully implement applicable requirements of the Kentucky Agriculture Water Quality Plan by October 23, 2001. Various tools are available to help landowners develop their plan. This web site contains an on-line tool to be used by landowners to assess their operation and identify best management practices to be included in their individual plan. After identifying the best management practices, landowners/land users implement these practices on their land. Assistance to implement the plan can be obtained through a variety of technical agencies. ----- The College of Agriculture, Food and Environment serves the people of Kentucky and the world, through unparalleled teaching, transformative research and relevant service to farms, families and communities. The college proudly continues to build upon its land grant tradition with a strong commitment to improve lives and to build a sustainable future. Learn more ----- www.ca.uky.edu Apply and start your future in the College of Agriculture, Food and Environment ----- http://students.ca.uky.edu/future The University of Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service provides practical education you can trust to help people, businesses, and communities solve problems, develop skills, and build a better future. Find an office near you ----- http://extension.ca.uky.edu
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: 38 ECOP Office
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
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: 736 springchickenmedia
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: 7739 nmsuaces
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: 145 Scott Whittington
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.
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: 41 ECOP Office
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: 22 AARP Wyoming
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: 875 NC State Extension
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: 47252 Tim Farmer
Cooking Around The World With The Nelson County Extension Office 7 2015
 
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Central Kentucky Television was at the Nelson County Extension Office where this summer, Bardstown students were learning how to make dishes from all around the world.
Views: 37 CH6Television
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
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: 255 UNH Extension
Working Differently in Extension: Christine Geith
 
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A conversation with new +eXtension Initiative CEO +Christine Geith . We'll talk about her plans for the future of eXtension and how that may impact the future of Cooperative Extension. We'll also take your questions. Note: This is an invitation to watch a Hangout On-Air, not a meeting invitation.
Views: 163 Bob Bertsch
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
GOAP/KADF
 
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Joanna visits with David Embrey, Edmonson County Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources to talk about Governor’s Office of Agriculture Policy (GOAP) and Kentucky Agriculture Development Fund (KADF). The Governor's Office of Agricultural Policy provides grants, incentives and low-interest loans to help farmers and agribusinesses innovate and grow. The Governor’s Office of Agricultural Policy (GOAP) was established in 1998 to provide a direct link between the Governor of the Commonwealth and one of Kentucky’s most important industries, agriculture. The Kentucky Agricultural Development Board and the Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corporation Board are administered by the GOAP. The Kentucky Agricultural Development Fund, in statute, is administered by the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board. The mission of the board is to invest these funds in innovative proposals that increase net farm income and affect tobacco farmers, tobacco-impacted communities and agriculture across the state by stimulating markets for Kentucky agricultural products. This includes finding new ways to add value to Kentucky agricultural products and exploring new opportunities that will benefit Kentucky farms now and in the future. The Kentucky Agricultural Finance Corporation (KAFC) was created by statute in 1984. In 2002, the Kentucky Agricultural Development Board, as part of the Long-term Plan for Agriculture Development, recommended that KAFC be restructured to provide capital access for agricultural diversification and infrastructure projects. In keeping with that priority, KAFC was awarded Agricultural Development Funds in July 2003 to accomplish its mission. The Kentucky Agricultural Development Board was created by the 2000 General Assembly. The Board serves to distribute 50% of the state monies received from the Master Settlement Agreement (523 KB) for the general purpose of agricultural development in the Commonwealth. 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 https://www.instagram.com/warrencoag
Lyon County UK Cooperative Extension Service
 
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Kentucky Cooperative Extension serves as a link between the counties of the Commonwealth and the state’s land grant universities, University of Kentucky and Kentucky State University, to help people improve their lives through an educational process focusing on local issues and needs. Five staff members make up the Extension team at the Lyon County Cooperative Extension Service. Susan Fox serves as Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources. Her focus is to help the agriculture community, but she also works with home lawns, landscaping, Master Gardeners, Bee Keepers, Farmer’s Market and many others. Angie York is the Extension Agent for Family and Consumer Sciences. She focuses programming on healthy lifestyles, food preservation, sewing, quilting, parenting classes and senior health. She also serves as the advisor for the Lyon County Homemakers program. The Extension Agent for 4-H Youth Development in Lyon County is Wanda Paris. The 4-H program utilizes a variety of programs to draw youth into the organization where the major focus is on youth development, character building, life skills, and leadership thru experiential learning. 4-H Camp is one of the most well-known of all 4-H programs. Paris serves as administrator for the program and manages the volunteer base that makes the program successful. All three agents have a Community Development component in their jobs. This is accomplished by working with other community partners to assess the needs and plan programs to fill the needs of our community. The Extension staff is rounded out with two staff assistants. Olivia Jones is the full time office manager, and Melissa Minard is a part-time staff assistant. Educational programs of Kentucky Cooperative Extension serve all people regardless of race, color, age, sex, religion, disability, or national origin. The Lyon County Extension Office is located at 231 Main St. in Eddyville and can be reached at 270-388-2341. Check out the website at http://lyon.ca.uky.edu/
Views: 115 LakeBarkleyChamber
UK Professor Connects Design Concepts with Kentucky Communities
 
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Watch why Gregory Luhan is inspired to connect the concepts of design with communities impacted by natural disasters in Eastern Kentucky. Photos of tornado and flooding damage courtesy of the Morgan and Johnson County Extension Offices.
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: 20 ECOP Office
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: 205 CabarrusCounty
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
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
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
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 Test Your Soil
 
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In episode 26 we have Elizabeth Ayers come out from the Madison County Extension Office to help us test our soil. We discuss the benefits of testing your soil as well as demonstrating the proper way to take a soil sample.
Views: 659 Greenshine Farmers
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
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.
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
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.
Aging in Place in Alaska
 
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Join University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service Energy Specialist Art Nash as he explores the concepts of Universal Design and how they relate to Aging in Place in your Alaska Home. For more information, contact your local University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service office at www.uaf.edu/ces or 1-877-520-5211
Views: 759 UAFExtension
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.
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.
Hoop House Side Wall Construction
 
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Ron Patterson, USU Extension, Carbon County
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
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
Cooperative Extension nEXT Generation Town Hall
 
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On December 21, I formally received recommendations for the reorganization of Cooperative Extension.  Today, I am pleased to share these nEXT Generation recommendations with you and invite your feedback.  You can find the complete recommendations, background information, and a feedback form online: http://about.ces.uwex.edu/our-future/. Key recommendations can be found on pages 1-6. While I appreciate your comments by Monday, January 25, input received after that date will be considered throughout the planning phase. I am also happy to receive comments via phone or email: (608-262-3786) or cathy.sandeen@uwex.edu. And, please reserve time on Wednesday, January 20 for a town hall webinar, with schedule and connection information to follow. Cooperative Extension faculty and staff developed these recommendations for county, tribal and campus partnerships, multi-county areas, and administrative changes with significant input from colleagues, county and tribal partners, and other stakeholders. They have offered ideas for a more efficient, sustainable organization which recognize our budget realities, and which are grounded in Cooperative Extension’s mission, culture, and emphasis on local partnerships. I thank everyone who has contributed to these recommendations and encourage your ongoing participation as the nEXT Generation planning and implementation project moves forward. I will carefully consider all the feedback I receive before announcing planning decisions for Cooperative Extension the week of February 1. More information on steering committee appointments and opportunities for Cooperative Extension colleagues, partners, and stakeholders to volunteer for implementation work groups will be shared before February 1.  Your input is essential. Thank you again for your interest in this project and for the ideas that will help shape it. Cathy Sandeen Chancellor, UW Colleges and UW-Extension
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...
Views: 1 Medicare
Planning for Trees to Withstand Storms
 
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This video shows how to select trees to withstand North Carolina's storms. It also shows how to deal with storm damaged trees. Brought to you by North Carolina Cooperative Extension, you can find out more at http://www.ces.ncsu.edu
Views: 3244 NC State Extension
KPSLB Annual Tree Giveaway
 
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The Keep Port St. Lucie Beautiful Committee, in partnership with the St. Lucie County Cooperative Extension Office, will hold its annual "Plant-a-Tree, Spread-the-Shade" tree giveaway event on Saturday, Sept. 17, beginning at 7 a.m. at the Civic Center. Organizers plan to give away 400 free native trees on a first-come, first-served basis. Limit: one tree per household. For more information, call (772) 871-5100 .
Views: 495 CityPortStLucie
Creating a Spending & Savings Plan
 
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Laurel Kubin from the Larimer County CSU Extension office teaches you about managing your money.
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
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
Summer Planning Should Begin Now - April 24, 2018
 
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According to the calendar, there’s more than 90 days between the beginning of spring and the beginning of summer. However, for those with children, it’s actually closer to 60 days because school gets out in late May. That’s why Kansas 4-H family and consumer science program liaison Andrea Feldkamp recommends deciding which activities the kids will be involved in this summer and getting them registered for those activities as soon as possible. Sound Living is a weekly public affairs program addressing issues related to families and consumers. It is hosted by Jeff Wichman. Each episode shares the expertise of K-State specialists in fields such as child nutrition, food safety, adult development and aging, youth development, family resource management, physical fitness and more. 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.
The Un-Organized Educator
 
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In this Charlie Chaplin inspired short, the UC Cooperative Extension - San Diego EFNEP Program demonstrates how taking time to Organize and Plan Efficiently will help simplify those stressful situations when educators are frantically moving from one site to the next. Visit the EFNEP website at: http://ucanr.edu/sites/EFNEP-DRAFT/
Views: 401 UCCE San Diego
In the Garden with Adams County Extension - Lawn Care
 
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The Adams County Extension Office teaches proper basic lawn care in our dry climate.
N.C. Cooperative Extension | Service Vision
 
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N.C. Cooperative Extension exists to make a positive impact on the well-being of our communities and the lives of North Carolinians – we create prosperity. As such, Extension holds itself to a high standard in terms of service, providing a customer experience that reflects both our obligation as a land-grant institution and stewards of higher-ed, as well as our leadership in experiential education. N.C. Cooperative Extension is a strategic partnership comprising NC State Extension, N.C. A&T State University, as well as federal, state and local governments. For more information about the N.C. Cooperative Extension partnership, please visit us at https://www.ces.ncsu.edu/how-extension-works.
Views: 1596 NC State Extension
Managing Holiday Spending – November 28, 2017
 
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According to the National Retail Federation, 54 percent of consumers plan to spend about the same as last year on holiday shopping, with 24 percent planning to spend more than last year. Total spending is expected to exceed one trillion dollars. Unfortunately, when credit card bills start arriving, many consumers suffer what’s known as the “January hangover” – realizing they’ve spent more than they remember. K-State Research and Extension family resource management specialist Elizabeth Kiss (kish) says one key to surviving the holidays in good financial shape is to set a budget and stick to it. Sound Living is a weekly public affairs program addressing issues related to families and consumers. It is hosted by Jeff Wichman. Each episode shares the expertise of K-State specialists in fields such as child nutrition, food safety, adult development and aging, youth development, family resource management, physical fitness and more. 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.
University of Maine Cooperative Extension 4-H Fun with Forestry
 
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Maine 4-H youth learning about Maine forests.