Plant and Soil Sciences

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Freeze Damage/




State Forage Extension Specialists


S. Ray Smith, Ph.D.

Plant & Soil Sciences Dept.
N-222E Agricultural Science Building - North
Lexington, KY 40546-0091

(859) 257-3358


*Biographical Information



Chris D. Teutsch, Ph.D.

Ext. Associate Professor

University of Kentucky

Research & Education Ctr.

1205 Hopkinsville Street

Princeton, KY  42445

(270) 365-7541, Ext. 202


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County Extension Agents  County Office Directory

See the County Agent Directory to find your local source for agricultural information.

Freeze Damaged Forages - April 17

Freeze Damaged Forages - April 10



Sampling for Nitrates


Wheat Freeze Nitrate Levels

Evaluation Options for Freeze Damaged Wheat - April 25

Economic Worksheet for Wheat (Excel file) - April 25
For freeze damage on grain crops


Managing Cattle Under Drought Conditions

Surviving the Drought  (A PowerPoint Presentation)

Forages 2007 WOW!!!

Coping with a Hay Shortage

Estimated Impact of Forage Losses

Options for Extending Grazing - University of Illinois

Forage Drought Information - University of Georgia

Late Summer and Extended Winter Grazing Forage Options - Ohio State University

Handling, Feeding and Pricing Soybean Forage - University of Wisconsin

Corn Stalks and Drought-Damaged Corn Hay as Emergency Feeds for Beef Cattle - NC State University

Kentucky Hay Hotline


University of Kentucky College of Agriculture Drought Website



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