Join us for the 2017 Frank Burbrink Memorial Swine Classic!
It's been a stressful and wet spring for local farmers, and Purdue corn expert, R.L. (Bob) Nielsen, said time is running out for some Indiana fields not yet planted to their intended corn crop or those fields already planted to corn that now require replanting. Many fields are currently too wet to allow for planting and time will tell if conditions improve in the near future.
ServSafe - Friday, June 16th
Youth will learn about fish biology, proper fish handling, fish species, rod and reel assembly, and water safety, as well as participating in a fishing contest. All equipment will be provided by the Department of Natural Resources. Youth should come prepared with sunscreen and appropriate clothing, water and refreshments will be provided. Parents are welcome to stay and observe the workshops as well.
Check out "Notes From Doug's Desk" to see what's happening in 4-H this month.
A field crops Diagnostic Training Workshop will be offered at Northeast Purdue Agricultural Center near Columbia City on June 20, 2017.
Learn how to foster increased Extension Board and PCARET member engagement by viewing this PowerPoint.