Bull
Testing bulls for reproductive health is even more important now for beef cattle producers because feeder calves are expected to generate record prices this fall, a Purdue University veterinary scientist says.
Sheep shearing
The Indiana Sheep and Wool Market Development Council, administered by the Office of Agricultural Research at Purdue University, is now accepting applications for funding requests for any program promoting the sheep industry.
Emerald ash borer
With the emerald ash borer now in season again, a Purdue Extension mobile app can assist homeowners and community leaders in identifying and treating infested trees.
Purdue University research shows that a small amount of nicotinoid pesticide substantially weakens termites' ability to fight off fungal diseases, a finding that could lead to more effective methods of pest control.
Purdue Extension's Women in Agriculture Team is offering a series of agribusiness webinars for those who want to improve their management, planning and employee engagement skills.
Black cutworm larvae can be a threat to newly emerged corn plants. Corn growers should scout their f
With temperatures warming and corn emerging in some parts of the state, Indiana farmers should start scouting for signs of black cutworm, says John Obermeyer, integrated pest management specialist at Purdue University.
EAB damage to ash tree
If you're walking in the woods or maybe even traveling along a road this spring in Indiana, you may come across some trees that have discolored bark and holes in the bark. Lenny Farlee, Hardwood Ecosystem Extension Specialist, shares what is causing this on ash trees, along with resources.

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