Equine For All: UK MANNRS’ event shows students the exciting world of equine at Kentucky’s Spy Coast Farms
From grooming to basic horse handling, middle and high school students got a chance to immersed themselves in hands-on euine workshops supervised by UK MANRRS members and professional experts — many, for the very first time.
Alabama Cooperative Extension Services (ACES) brings us the story of how a state program helped make all the difference in this project.
In today’s blog post by RFD-TV agri-legal expert Roger A. McEowen tackles the task of building a solid hunting use agreement.
Veterinarians and students from Louisiana State University are joining forces to give injured American bald eagles a second shot at freedom.
Learns how cyclists and farmers from Arkansas are coming together to foster harmony on rural roads through a shared sense of safety and respect.
Firm to Farm: The “Farm Products” Rule; PLUS, Are Racehorses (and Breeding Rights) an Agricultural Commodity?
The “farm products rule,” and the 1985 Farm Bill modification and its application – that is the topic of today’s blog post from Agri-Legal Expert Roger McEowen.
The 4-H Nature Explorers Camp embodies the spirit of learning, leadership, and community!
Meet the kids behind the Summer Market Lamb Show in Montgomery County, Tennessee, and hear why they would rather spend their Saturdays showing lambs than doing anything else!
After years of fishing the same honey hole, one North Carolina fisherman has reeled in a record breaker.
Whether the “field of vision” is a hole-in-one or a fruitful soybean season—environmental stewardship is a core focus for both farmers and professional golfing organizations alike.
Life can get a little overwhelming from time to time. UT Extension wants you to know that a simple walk in the woods can benefit both your mental and physical health.
For many in the ag community, these food safety tips might be common knowledge. However, taking the extra precaution is worth avoiding a ‘spoiled’ summertime outing!