Plant and Soil Sciences

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Contacts   Hay Related Links


State Forage Extension Specialists


S. Ray Smith

Dept. of Agronomy
N-222E Agricultural Science Building - North
Lexington, KY 40546-0091

(859) 257-3358



Garry D. Lacefield

Professor Emeritus

University of Kentucky

832 Hardwood Drive

Bowling Green, KY  42104



County Extension Agents Agent Directory

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







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Determining Forage Moisture Content Using a Microwave Oven

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Alfalfa - The High Quality Hay for Horses

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Alfalfa - The High Quality Hay for Horses (Poster)

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Buying and Selling Hay and Straw

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Factors to Consider When Marketing Hay

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Hay Fire Prevention and Control

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Minimizing Losses in Hay Storage and Feeding

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Roundup Ready Alfalfa Product Registration

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Understanding Forage Quality

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Valuing Standing Hay by Plant Nutrient Content

AE 2005-01d

The Economics of Hay Storage


The Effects of Weather on Hay Production


Quality Hay Production


Alfalfa Hay Quality Makes the Difference


Round Bale Hay Storage in Kentucky


Hay Preservatives


American Forage and Grassland Council

E-Hay Weekly

Hay Barn

Hay and Forage Grower

Hay Making Weather (Double Click on your County and scroll down)

Hay Probe Listings (NFTA)

Kentucky Hay Testing Program

National Forage Testing Association (NFTA)

National Hay Association

National Weather Service Precipitation Analysis

Taking a Good Hay Sample

United States Department of Agriculture Ag Marketing Page

University of Kentucky Ag Weather

Freeze Damage / Drought Issues - Kentucky 2007



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