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Agriculture

  • PHOTO: Pallets gone

     Tim Meredith purchased the site of the old pallet refurbishing business in Ovesen Heights, about a mile outside Hodgenville on Bardstown Road. Last week, he used a bulldozer to clean up the property. The land is now included with Meredith’s farm.

  • 4-H Gardening Club to meet

     The 4-H Gardening Club will have its first meeting of the season 10 a.m. Saturday at Lee’s Garden Center.

    All LaRue County youth with an interest in gardening  – and their parents – are encouraged to attend. This club is open to youth of all ages.

    Participants will learn about gardening and be given plants to take home and plant to begin their own garden. They will also be encouraged to keep a journal of when they plant, water and fertilize.

  • PHOTO: 4-H Shooting Sports

     The 4-H Shooting Sports Club will have practice 6:30 p.m. March 21 at the New Haven Gun Club. Club officers are from left, president, Hunter Thomas; vice president, Nichole Thomas; treasurer, Cameron Wimsett; secretary, Mason Lane and photographer, Hannah Perry.

  • 4-H Calendar - March 20, 2013

     Cloverbuds

    Cloverbuds (ages 5 to 8 or grades K-3) will meet 3:30-4:45 p.m. March 20 at the LaRue County Extension office.

     

    Kids Choice and Photography

    The 4-H Kids Choice Club and the 4-H Photography Club will meet 3:30-4:45 p.m. March 21 at the Extension office.

     

    Talent Show

    The 4-H Talent Show will be 6:30 p.m. March 22 at the LCHS auditorium. Participants must pre-register by March 18. Call 358-3401 for more information.

  • COLUMN: Farm Safety Symposium made you think

     I attended the 20th Dixie Fire School’s Farm Safety Symposium on March 8 in Elizabethtown. The program was very impressive. LaRue County FFA member Ashley Cottrell was part of a regional FFA team to plan and conduct the program.

  • LaRue farmers featured on Bluegrass & Backroads

     Kentucky Farm Bureau’s Emmy Award-winning television program, Bluegrass & Backroads, will celebrate its 10th season on the air, and third year in the broadcast lineup of Kentucky Educational Television, beginning March 23.

  • PHOTO: Angus advisors

    Paula Boyd, Mayslick, left, and Jamie Marksbury, Buffalo, right, serve as junior advisors for the Kentucky Junior Angus Association. Maggie Jasper, National Junior Angus Association member, is in the middle. 

  • PHOTO: Angus Association Junior Board of Directors

     The Kentucky Junior Angus Association board of directors are front from left, Reese Johnson, Slaughters, reporter; Amanda Goggins, Danville, reporter; Ruth Ann Myers, Harrodsburg, secretary; Maggie Jasper, Versailles, president; Colby Myers, Harrodsburg, first vice president; Benjamin Conner, Buffalo, treasurer; and Corbin Cowles, Rockfield, reporter. Directors standing in back row from left are Michael Benedict, Springfield; Sheldon Burks, Park City; Caroline Cowles, Rockfield; Emily Johnson, Slaughters; Josh Jasper, Nicholasville. 

  • PHOTO: Kentucky Angus Board of Directors
  • Farm Calendar: March 13, 2013

     Pork Producers meet March 18