Madison County Extension offers educational opportunities to producers on crops, diseases, pest management, farm and business management, risk management, erosion control, livestock management and water quality. Programs are offered throughout the year. For more agriculture information, please call our office, 859-623-4072.


CAIP Cost Share Information

For questions please contact the Madison County Conservation District at 859-624-1981 x 3. Due to limited staff availability, if there is no answer, please leave a message and someone will return your call. You may also contact them by email at madisoncountyconservation@gmail.com.

 


Follow us on Facebook at Madison County KY Cooperative Extension-Agriculture & Natural Resources! Timely information, news, and all things Ag!

Video - Check out this video about Carpenter Bees - Click here - if you would like to read more, see UK publication ENT-611

Brandon Sears, Ag Agent

Brandon Sears
Madison County Agriculture & Natural Resources Agent

859-623-4072 or brandon.sears@uky.edu

(Please note: this photo was taken before mask/social distancing requirements were enacted)

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Please read this Important notice about Commercial and Private Pesticide Applicator Licenses:

Click here for complete information from UK Pesticide Safety Education Program (PSEP)

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Current Ag Newsletter "Plowing Ahead"


Off the Hoof September 9, 2020

Off the Hoof August 17, 2020

Off the Hoof August 3, 2020

Off the Hoof July 8, 2020

Great information in these issues!


Remember to watch the Madison County Cooperative Extension Service Facebook page for events and news:

https://www.facebook.com/Madison-County-Extension-Office-257784310635/





When will my cow calve?

Check out these Online Gestatation Calculators:


Ag Demonstration Videos

Madison County Shared-Use In-Line Hay Wrapper in Action



UK Animal and Food Sciences Beef Videos

UK YouTube Ag Channel - all topics



Healthy At Home


Visit the Healthy At Home Newsletter website for a variety of tips and helpful information to help keep us all "Healthy At Home". Click here for the website.



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