Plant and Soil Sciences

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Contacts   Horse Related Links


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.


    ● UK Horse Pasture Evaluation Program

      UK Ag Equine Programs

      Equine Working Group
    ● Testing Bedding for Tall Fescue Toxicity
    ● Tall Fescue Sampling for Ergovaline Form
    ● Endophyte Test Submittal Form - 2012
    ● UK Weed Science Group
    ● Horse Parasite Management on Pastures - Jan. 2012



-  -  -  - Maintaining Healthy Horse Pastures
-  -  -  - Selecting a round bale feeder for use during horse feeding
-  -  -  - Growing Alfalfa in the South
-  -  -  - Tall Fescue Toxicity for Horses:  Literature Review and Kentucky's Successful Pasture Evaluation Program
- - - - Alfalfa - The High Quality Hay for Horses
- - - - Alfalfa - The High Quality Hay for Horses (Poster)
- - - - Tall Fescue Endophyte Concepts
- - - - Tall Fescue Toxicity for Horses:  Literature Review and Kentucky's Successful Pasture Evaluation Program
AGR-1 Lime and Fertilizer Recommendations
AGR-16 Taking Soil Test Samples
AGR-48 Bermudagrass -- A Summer Forage
AGR-171 Using Dry Lots to Conserve Pastures and Reduce Pollution Potential
AGR-175 Forage Use and Identification Guide
AGR-176 Using Soil-Cement on Horse and Livestock Farms
AGR-191 Using a Grazing Stick for Pasture Management
AGR-200 Soil Sampling and Nutrient Management in Horse Pastures
AGR-207 Broadleaf Weeds of Kentucky Pastures
AGR-219 Practicing Good Stewardship When Applying Herbicides for Pasture Weed Control
AGR-222 Estimating Carrying Capacity of Cool-Season Pastures in Kentucky Using Web Soil Survey
ASC-111 Feeding Young & Growing Horses
ASC-112 Nutrition of the Broodmare
ASC-113 Nutrition of the Performance Horse
ASC-120 Forages for Horses
ASC-128 Colic in Horses
ASC-143 Equine Feeding Management:  The How & When of Feeding Horses
ASC-172 Heaves in Horse
ASC-173 Botulism:  A Deadly Disease that can Affect Your Horse
ID-74 Planning Fencing Systems for Intensive Grazing Management
ID-142 New Recommendations for Perennial Ryegrass Seedings for Kentucky Horse Farms
ID-144 Understanding Endophyte-Infected Tall Fescue and Its Effect on Broodmares
ID-145 Alfalfa Cubes for Horses
ID-146 Choosing Hay for Horses
ID-147 Establishing Horse Pastures
ID-164 High Traffic Area Pads for Horses
ID-165 Temporary Fencing for Horse Pastures
ID-168 Composting Horse Muck
PPA-30 Sampling for the Tall Fescue Endophyte in Pasture or Hay Stands
PR-636 2011 Cool-Season Grass Horse Grazing Tolerance Report
PR-652 2012 Cool-Season Grass Horse Grazing Tolerance Report
VET-1 Controlling Internal Parasites of the Horse
VET-32 Tapeworms in Horses

Poisonous Plant Information

    ● Canadian Poisonous Plants Information System

    ● Cornell University Poisonous Plants Informational Database

    ● FDA-CFSAN Poisonous Plant Database

    ● High-Low Chemical Query

    ● Index of Poisons

    ● Plants.html

    ● Poisonous Plants and Mushrooms of North Carolina

    ● Poisonous Plants and Plant Parts



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