Dogfennel is a native perennial plant found across much of the southeastern United States. It is an aggressive weed species that can invade under-improved, unimproved, or overgrazed pasture. Infestation with dogfennel can lead to a decline in overall… Read More
Conserving forage for use during times of low forage production is a common practice for beef cattle enterprises.
County fairs have a special place in people’s hearts, especially 4-Hers. Many youth spend months preparing their animals for this big day. Selling a market animal can sometimes be an incredibly exciting and sometimes difficult time. What the… Read More
Egg quality is determined by many things. Knowing the parameters used for determining egg quality increases your understanding of the process.
As an Extension Agent with a background in poultry, I receive many poultry questions concerning anatomy, biology, egg production, etc. The information below answers some of the most common questions received.
Should I raise my own small poultry flock for eggs and/or meat? This is a question that is posed to Extension Agents on a regular basis.
Everyone has heard the adage that “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure”. This is most certainly the case when it comes to diseases in poultry.