Kelly Jackson Christian County Extension Office Pruning Free Standing Brambles Bramble is the common name for the genus Rubus which includes raspberries, blackberries and their hybrids and cultivars. The term bramble is used
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A model farm display of winter corn harvest scene during wintertime is now displayed in the front lobby of the Commerce Center in Hopkinsville and will be available for viewing through the end of January. Jason Hasert, owner of the Toy Tractor Times
Audio - Rich Morrison Discusses The 2014 Farm Bill
Rich Morrison with Diversified Services discussed critical dates in the 2014 Farm Bill during a seminar Thursday, January 8, in Hopkinsville. Rich also discussed that information with News and Farm Director Alan Watts.
Rich Morrison with Diversified Services discussed critical deadlines associated with 2014 Farm Bill Thursday, January 8, at the Holiday Inn in Hopkinsville. The event was sponsored by John Berry with Diversified Services.
Saturday was Family Day at the Hutson Expo at the James E. Bruce Convention Center. There were peddle tractors, a large inflatable, and a coloring zone where the little kids could color and have fun. There was shopping going on for Christmas, and everyone
The National Association of Farm Broadcasting 71st Annual Meeting was held at the Westin Crown Center in Kansas City November 12-14. News and Farm Director Alan Watts were on hand to provide coverage, along with Intern Allen Humphries.
The Christian County Farm Bureau held their annual Legislative Appreciation Dinner Monday, November 10, 2014, at Oakland Manor. Local officials and State Legislators were among those on hand for the event.
The 4-H Students who cured Country Ham as part of their 4-H Projects were raffled off. A portion of the proceeds goes to 4-H to further their cause, but a portion goes to the 4-Her for doing their project. This is a time when people and businesses band together and the country hams sell for thousands of dollars! This is a way to keep the country ham producer lineage alive and growing for the future!
A large crowd turned out Saturday, September 27, 2014 for the Hal Fennel Memorial Tractor Pull. Drivers brought tractors from as far away as Golconda, IL and Marietta, GA. Check out photos from Ag Edge photographer Susan Watts.
H & R Agri-Power talked about Farm Safety today during Farm Safety Week. Several points were covered from motorists being careful to watch for heavy equipment/machinery on the road moving from location to location as well as individual safety on different kinds of machinery. The Ag Edge captured new and used equipment as well as their courteous, friendly and knowledgeable staff at work.
It's Farm Safety Week and Alan Watts and the Ag Edge were at Commonwealth Agri-Energy in Hopkinsville to find out about the many facets of the operation of Commonwealth Agri-Energy, and safety features built into the system, and followed by each staff member. Literally tons of corn is processed daily at the plant. While were were there, train cars carrying corn were being loaded, and we got a look at tankers being loaded with E-85.
The Ag Edge was on hand to capture pictures of the Cattle Auction at Christian County Livestock in Hopkinsville. There were cows, steers, calfs of all kinds and colors beingsold. The food was great and the building was full of energy as the events of today's Auction unfolded.
The Ag Edge was at the Christian County Livestock Yard for a Farm Safety Week Remote. We got a bird's eye view of the unloading of cattle, herding them in the gates, and getting them weighed for the sale today.
H & R Agripower hosted a United Way fundraising carnival Wednesday, September 17. The carnival featured hot dogs cooked by Sam Cherry, snow cones and games. Ag Edge photographer Susan Watts shares some of the highlights.
Kubota Days was held at H & R Agri-Power in Hopkinsville. Alan Watts and George the Sock Monkey were there to talk about the amazing Kubota lineup of Commercial and Home mowers, and the Kubota lineup of products.