Ohio, Kentucky horses test positive for Equine Herpes Virus

· February 6, 2018

The Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) has confirmed positive cases of Equine Herpes Virus (EHV) in four horses at separate locations around the state. ODA has placed multiple facilities under quarantine and is actively investigating where these animals have been and what other animals might have been exposed. Two of the positive horses raced at […]

Kentucky farmer’s calf rescue video goes viral

· January 11, 2018

A Hazel, Kentucky farmer’s clever rescue of his calf from a frozen pond has created quite a buzz on social media. And as Walter Mehr told Kentucky New Era, the rescue was anything, but easy. While the video is just over three minutes, Mehr estimates the entire process, including preparing the lasso and wood, took […]

Green Industry Expo: Cub Cadet snapshot

· November 3, 2017

Your UTV goes places your truck can’t — or shouldn’t. But if you’re heading out hunting or hitting the wooded area off the back 40, you’re usually going to haul your off-road machine to the entry trail before climbing in. Cub Cadet showcased its Challenger 400 series utility vehicle at the Green Industry & Equipment […]

Green Industry Expo: YARDMAX snapshot

· November 2, 2017

With some areas of the country already seeing frosty mornings, there’s no doubt that winter is eager to settle in for a stretch. Couple the cold with snow, and you’ll certainly be looking for ways to clear the driveway and barnyard entrance with ease. That’s part of why YARDMAX‘s biggest trackbarrow, which came out earlier […]

Combine fire claims life of Kentucky man

· November 1, 2017

Our hearts just ache with more sad news from our ag community. Forty-seven-year old James Blakely of Greenville, Kentucky was working on a combine Monday, when he became stuck in the engine compartment. When the engine caught on on fire, Blakely was trapped inside. He died at the scene.

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