FLEMING COUNTY - Ag & Natural Resources Agent

April Wilhoit

For more information, contact, visit or call April Wilhoit, ANR Extension Agent at the Fleming Co. Coop. Extension Service at 606-845-4641 or email april.wilhoit@uky.edu or call cell phone at 606-776-1504.


To sign up for the ANR newsletter:
You must include your name, address, phone number, email address and all commodities/crops
you presently grow on your farm by calling our office at 606-845-4641, or email:

april.wilhoit@uky.edu 


Trainings and Events Calendar     

OCTOBER, 2018 

Every Monday beginning Oct 1 through Dec 3, 2018
                    Master Cattleman Program, location varies Fleming, Mason, Bracken, Lewis
                    6pm - 9pm, $80.00 registration fee for program, materials and meals
                    Make check payable to "Bracken Co. Ag Advancement"
                    Enroll at your County Extension Office by Sept. 28th, Reg. and info 606-845-4641
OCTOBER
1             Master Cattleman (1st of 10), 6pm, FCEO. $80 fee for series (see description above)
2             Farm School For Women 6pm, Mason County Extension Office, call FCEO to register
9             Farm School For Women 6pm, Mason County Extension Office, call FCEO to register
12           Fleming Co. Ag Week Tractor Parade 1pm
13           Eden Shale Farm Open House - Reg. 9am / Tours 10am.
                   RSVP at 859-278-0899 or email kbn@kycattle.org.  
                   Farm Address: 245 Eden Shale Road, Owenton, KY 40359
15           Farm School For Women 6pm, Mason County Extension Office, call FCEO to register
22           Farm School for Women 6pm Mason Co. Extension, call FCEO to register
24-25      Artificial Insemination & Pregnancy Palpation Workshop; $300, 10am-4pm, C.
                                Oran Little Research Ctr, Versailles
25           Fleming Co. Farmers Market, 2-6pm, FCEO parking lot, last day of season if
                                 produce lasts for farmers
27           Annual Goat & Sheep Conference, Kentucky State Univ. Research Farm, Frankfort, KY.
30           KY Grazing Conference, 8:30am-3:30pm, Clark Co. Extension
                            
NOVEMBER
1             4-H Country Ham Project Auction, 6pm, FCEO
1 & 8      Bull Value Assessment Program, Fleming Co., Reg. and info 606-784-5457
13-15     Small Limited Resource Minority Farmers, Frankfort, Reg. and info 606-784-5457

Newsletters

ANR - June, 2018  

ANR - September 2018  

Websites

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Miscellaneous

2017 January Cow Country CPH Article
2014 Kentucky Land Value and Cash Rent Survey Guide
2014 Profitability of Stockpiling Tall Fescue
Using the Futures Market to Predict Feeder Cattle Prices
Beginning BeeKeeping for Kentuckians ENT-41
Emerald Ash Borer
Hay Testing Program

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April Wilhoit
Fleming County Extension Agent for Agriculture & Natural Resources


The Agriculture and Natural Resources program provides non-formal education in the areas of agricultural production, homeowner plantings, and natural resource utilization. Specific programs include information on food production, farm business management, marketing and processing agricultural products, natural resource management and home lawn and garden information. We address issues dealing with environmental stewardship, the rural-urban interface, and value-added enterprises.

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