Laurel County Cattlemen's Association

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A Reminder about Membership Dues:
 

It's time to start sending in dues for 2018. Your payment of $35 entitles you to a one year membership in the Laurel County Cattlemen's Association and the Kentucky Cattlemen's Association, as well as a monthly subscription to Cow Country News.

 To join online at any time, visit the Kentucky Cattlemen's Association membership page. If you would prefer to pay by check, please make it payable to "Kentucky Cattlemen's Association" and drop it by the Extension office or mail the payment directly to:

Kentucky Cattlemen's Association
176 Pasadena Drive
Lexington, KY  40503

 

Cattlemen Fall Field Day 2017

We are excited to once again celebrate our Cattlemen with a Fall Field Day! This years Field day will be September 28th. Information will be mailed to the Cattlemen and their families.

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Tuesday, October 17, 2017 - Grazing Conference

The annual Grazing conference will be held at the Fayette County Extension office in Lexington from 7:45 am until 4:15 pm. The topics will include the science, theory and practice of weed grazing; emerging technologies in weed control; New Zealand perspectives; and the roles of mixed-species grazing, herbicides, and soil fertility and grazing management in an integrated weed control program. Conference registration is $40 until October 4th and rates will then increase an additional $10 after that date. Conference participants can also add on a membership to the Kentucky Forage and Grassland Council to their conference registration for an additional $10, which is a discounted membership rate. The full agenda and online registration is available at http://2017KGC.eventbrite.com. For more information, call 864-4167.

 

Fall Field Days of Previous Years...

Glenn Williams, ANR Extension Agent for Laurel County, presented the program.

Glenn Williams, ANR Extension Agent for Laurel County, presented the program. He discussed the Beef IRM research project that is currently being conducted in Laurel and surrounding counties.

 

Laurel County ANR Extension Agents from past and present.

Laurel County ANR Extension Agents from past and present. Pictured from left to right are: Seldon Hail (retired ANR agent), Glenn Williams (current ANR agent), and Paul Claiborne (retired ANR and 4-H agent). These talented gentleman have a combined 93 years of service to our community through Cooperative Extension programs.