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01:58

Owner: jfrankli
18 May 2015
Duration: 01:58
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Thanks to research conducted with beef cattle at the University of Kentucky's Research and Education Center at Princeton, that research is now considered a success story. The research involves feeding soybean hulls to cattle, and it may be hard to believe, that something that small, would have such a huge impact. Now, soybean hulls no longer leave Kentucky to be shipped overseas.

01:30:43

15 May 2015
Duration: 01:30:43
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Tags: Seminar UKAg

UKAg Seminar - Cameron Williams Auditorium

15:26

12 May 2015
Duration: 15:26
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IACUC Training Series: Tier 1, Module 1 Genetic Influence on Handling and Care of Beef Cattle Presented by: Dr. Darrh Bullock

01:30:24

12 May 2015
Duration: 01:30:24
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This webinar gives listeners basic information about hops production, including installing a trellis system, disease problems, insect problems, varieties, and resources for more information. The speakers are Horticulture Specialist Dr. Shawn Wright, who has conducted hops research at the University of Kentucky’s Robinson Center for Appalachian Resource Sustainability since 2011, and Christy Cassady, Extension Specialist with the UK Center for Crop Diversification.

03:42

Owner: jfrankli
30 April 2015
Duration: 03:42
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A spouse who has a partner dealing with Alzheimer's disease can find support by connecting with other couples who are in the same situation. In one Kentucky community, a support group was formed to help those coping with the debilitating disease. It's called the Memory Cafe and the intimate setting is bringing those couples together and providing them peace of mind.

01:51:36

28 April 2015
Duration: 01:51:36
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2015 GAP Tobacco Grower Training, presented by Bob Pearce

07:59:59

27 April 2015
Duration: 07:59:59
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UKAg Seminar - Cameron Williams Auditorium

01:12:45

27 April 2015
Duration: 01:12:45
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Integrative Insect Stress Physiology: From Seasonal Adaptation to Biological Control of Invasive Species Nicholas M. Teets Department of Entomology and Nematology University of Florida

01:10:48

23 April 2015
Duration: 01:10:48
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Insect Nutritional Physiology: How, and When, Food Nutrient Content Matters Spencer T. Behmer Department of Entomology Texas A&M University

02:35

Owner: jfrankli
20 April 2015
Duration: 02:35
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An insect called the dubas bug is destroying date palm trees in the Middle East. The problem has gotten so bad, in 2014 The Research Council of Oman, established a research project seeking to better understand how the dubas bug can be controlled. The research program of University of Kentucky entomologist James Harwood is helping to find a way to combat the pest. Even though the research is just beginning, there have been discoveries made that contribute to the success of this research. Ag Com student intern Jackie Clark has the story.