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Summer Transition Checklist for Beef Cattle

To make the optimum transition from spring to summer, beef cattle producers should review these considerations for improved land and animal management.

1. Start with soils. Now is the time to collect and submit soil samples for analysis …

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Alabama Water Watch Offers Alabama Rivers Educator Workshops

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala.—Alabama is home to mighty rivers; providing nourishment, transportation, habitats and recreation for those who call Alabama home. Alabama Water Watch, which is part of the Auburn University Water Resources Center a…

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Home Layer Flock Management Suggestions

Best practices for managing your home layer flock include tips for brooding, development, lighting, biosecurity, disease control, and more.

Management of Young (Pullet) Laying Stock
Brooding
Small chicks cannot control their body tempe…

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From the Live Well Alabama Kitchen – Tasty Taco Dip

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – May is National Salsa Month! This Food Friday, Live Well Alabama is serving Tasty Taco Dip. This veggie-filled salsa recipe is simple and ready in minutes.
Ingredients

black beans,  one 14-ounce can, drained…

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Numbers of Women in Ag on the Rise

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala.—Lauryn Bryght of Macon County is part of an expanding group of farmers—women farmers. From 2012 to 2017, the number of women involved in U.S. agriculture grew by nearly 27 percent. Out of 3.4 million farmers nati…

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Seedless Watermelons: A Sweet Summer Treat

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – For many, watermelons are an all-time favorite summer treat. More recently, consumers are seeing more availability of seedless varieties of watermelons. The genetics of these varieties are quite complex. This compl…

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Beginning Farmer Training Videos

The Alabama Beginning Farmer Program has a wide array of resources for all types of farmers. The overall implementation plan involves collaboration with a wide range of institutions, producer groups, and nonprofit organizations for supporti…

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Exobasidium Leaf and Fruit Spot of Blueberry

With the recent expansion of blueberry production in Alabama, we are observing the emergence of new economically important blueberry diseases. The bacterial leaf scorch of blueberry caused by the bacterium Xyllela fastidiosa was documented …

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Beware of Invasive Pests

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – With summer just around the corner, many people will be gearing up to make travel plans. Unfortunately, people are not the only ones on the move this summer. Spring and summer are critical times when damaging inv…

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Alabama Breastfeeding Friendly Child Care Certification

Alabama Extension’s Human Sciences unit is partnering with the Alabama Department of Public Health, Alabama Partnership for Children, and the Alabama Breastfeeding Committee to provide Breastfeeding Friendly Child Care Certification.

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Caring for Aging Relatives

In America, chances are that if you are at least 55-years-old, one or more of your parents may still be living. You may also be called upon to assist them as they grow older. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for this task to fall on one si…

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Alabama 4-H: Building a Better Future through Friendship and Leadership

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. – Confidence, better communication and positive community change are the focus of Alabama 4-H citizenship and leadership programs again this year. 4-H encourages members to learn, lead and make a difference in the …

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Fire Ants Cause Issues for Farmers

AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala.—Fire ants are a great issue for farmers on many levels. Not only do they cost famers time and money but they can cause damage to equipment. Whether it is in pastures or hay fields, farmers must determine the best o…

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Pest Alert: Grape Flea Beetle

Grape flea beetle is found in the eastern two-thirds of the United States. These are often the first insect pests in the season to begin attacking grapes. Damaged buds will not develop into primary canes which can reduce grape yields. This …

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Determining Price for Your Products

“How much can I sell this for?” is a common question Kevin Burkett, an Alabama Extension regional extension agent, hears from producers in Extension meetings many times. “It is an important question and one that does not always have a s…

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