All producers and livestock owners as well as small ruminants owners would like to have the basic skills to be able to engage in "Do-it-yourself" basic health practices at home. Cattle ranchers and small ruminant animal owners need knowledge in basic animal science and how to meet the day-to-day health needs of their animals - preventive and basic treatments that do not rise up to the level of calling in a vet doctor. Dr. Bethany Funnell (DVM) of the Purdue University college of Veterinary Medic
Pest Management in Your Home Garden
The concept and practice of Integrated Pests Management (IPM) is in wide use in Agriculture in the US and the world over. It also has a great appeal and use in the home garden to effectively manage pests with little or no use of synthetic chemicals. In this free class, participants will be taken through the basic concepts of IPM and its application in the home garden.
November 10th 6:30 - 8:00p
Location: Clarksville Middle School
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The 2016 Annual Clark County Farmers Appreciation Day celebration took place during the County's Fair on July 10th. The event was climax with the giving of awards to 4 deserving Clark County Farmers who have contributed a significantly to Agriculture in the County - The Heritage Farmer award, the Heritage Farm award, the Urban Farmer award and the Young/Beginner Farmer award
With the ever narrowing profit margins in farm family incomes and the unpredictability in productivity of age old farming practices, diversifying farm income in Clark County does not need to look too far - beekeeping offers that promise