• 4-H Teen Summit

    The LaRue County 4-H was represented at the State 4-H Teen Summit held recently at the Lake Cumberland Leadership Center.

    The state wide 4-H conference provides leadership opportunities for sixth through eighth graders.  Participants attended workshops and funshops during the Thursday through Saturday event.

  • Ready to serve LaRue

    Hello LaRue County! My name is Daniel Carpenter and as of Monday, March 28, I am your new University of Kentucky Extension Agent for Agriculture and Natural Resources in the LaRue County office. I thoroughly enjoyed meeting many of you at the LaRue County Extension Expo, which was a great event. If you haven’t attended this before, I highly encourage you to make it out next year and see what great services are available to you. If I didn’t get to meet you at the event, please stop by the Extension Office and say hello.

  • 4-H Calendar - March 23, 2016

    Arts and Crafts Explorers

    The Arts and Craft Explorers will meet on Wednesday, March 23 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at the LaRue County Extension Office.  New members are welcome to attend.

    4-H Council

    The LaRue County 4-H Council will meet on Monday, March 28 at 6:30 p.m. at the LaRue County Extension Office.

  • Time to register for 4-H summer camp

    It’s time to register youth for 4-H summer camp, one of Kentucky’s long-standing and great values. 4-H camps offer unique experiences each year to children of many ethnicities, backgrounds, and situations who get to participate in traditional 4-H activities during their week-long stay. The activities include low and high ropes, canoeing, archery, swimming and diving, nature hikes, arts and crafts, sports, games and more.

  • Farm Calendar – March 23, 2016

    No-till drills

    The LaRue County Conservation District has three no-till drills available for rent. For more information, call 270-358-3132. The office is located at 306 West Main St., Hodgenville.

  • Cattlemen Cook lunch at Dixie Fire School
  • Kentucky Soybean Association keeps farmers busy through winter months

    Many people believe that farmers work hard from spring planting through fall harvest, then take the winter “off.” For the farmers who serve on the Kentucky Soybean Association (KSA) board, nothing could be further from the truth.

    “KSA keeps us pretty busy through the winter,” said President Jed Clark, who farms near Sedalia. “We conduct a lot of soybean business throughout the year, and March is a really busy month because we focus on interacting with our lawmakers at both the state and national levels.”

  • Advanced Master Cattlemen

    Producers in Hardin, LaRue and Meade counties will have the opportunity to participate in three Applied Master Cattlemen sessions this spring. These Applied Master Cattlemen sessions are more advanced and intended to build upon material from the Master Cattlemen program. They are also designed to be more of an in-depth and hands-on learning experience.

  • KYFB Women's Conference
  • FFA Farm Safety Event