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UK, University of Copenhagen Team Up for Dual PhD Program

Jasmin Bagge, DVM, is studying the use of stem cells to facilitate tissue repair following injury in horses. Read More

2017 UK Equine Showcase, Breeders' Short Course Scheduled

Lecture topics will include vaccinations, disease surveillance, foal nutrition, R. equi, biosecurity, and more. Read More

UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Jessica Scare

Scare is attempting to culture Parascaris worms, which are difficult to keep alive outside of the horse. Read More

Kentucky Net Farm Income Could Hit Lowest Level Since 2010

The net farm income is expected to dip to less than $1.5 billion in 2016, down from $1.7 billion in 2015. Read More

UK to Host Tall Fescue Pasture Renovation Workshop

The workshop will take place March 9, 2017, at UK's Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory and Spindletop Research Farm. Read More

Gluck Center Doctoral Candidate Wins 3MT Competition

Carleigh Fedorka presented on biologic therapeutics as a treatment for endometritis in broodmares. Read More

The Grass Guide: Kentucky Bluegrass

Bluegrass is an excellent horse pasture forage, because it's nutritious, palatable, and tolerant of close grazing. Read More

Saddle Up Safely Participates in Concussion Conference

University of Kentucky representatives presented at the International Sports Concussion Consensus Conference in Germany. Read More

UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Ashton Miller

Miller is studying the immune system of geriatric horses, particularly those with PPID, or equine Cushing's disease. Read More

Dallisgrass Makes a Rare Impact on Kentucky Horse Operation

Scientists believe a batch of hay containing dallisgrass caused neurologic problems in horses residing in Bell County. Read More

UKVDL Announces Holiday Hours, Altered Testing Schedule

The laboratory will have modified hours and a slightly altered testing schedule for the upcoming holidays. Read More

Registration Open for Equine Reproductive Diseases Symposium

The Reproductive Diseases in Horses Symposium will take place Nov. 19 in Lexington, Kentucky. Read More

The Grass Guides: Timothy

Timothy is a perennial grass that can survive harsh winters and wet soils better than most cool-season grasses. Read More

UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Ashley Wagner-Wells

Ashley Wagner-Wells' research focused on equine protein metabolism and skeletal muscle physiology. Read More

UK Graduate Student Spotlight: Parvathy Thampi

Parvathy Thampi is investigating the mechanisms that limit joint cartilage's ability to repair. Read More

Matt Koch Named 2016 Friend of UK Ag Equine Programs

Koch is a UK alum and a longtime supporter of the UK equine program's educational mission. Read More

UK Tour Displays Equine Industry Career Possibilities

The tour was designed to educate students about the broad variety of careers available in the equine industry. Read More

The Grass Guide: Orchardgrass

Orchardgrass is a cool-season perennial and a desirable hay and pasture grass for horses. Read More

UK Gluck Center Develops Novel EAV Test

The test is designed to identify which stallions are most likely to remain long-term carriers of the virus if infected. Read More

Gluck Center, Hagyard to Host Mary Passenger Lecture

Topics will include the horse's upper airways, lameness diagnosis, and preventing injuries in equine athletes. Read More

Healthy Horse App Features More Horse Types, Uses

The smartphone app is designed to help owners better manage their horses' weights. Read More

Kentucky Faces Difficulty With Alfalfa Establishment in 2016

Wet and humid weather resulted in a number of diseases popping up in alfalfa crops across the commonwealth. Read More

UK CAFE Receives Record Number of Grant Awards

College of Agriculture, Food and Environment (CAFE) researchers brought in grants totaling $39.2 million in fiscal 2016. Read More

UK Pasture Evaluation Work Showcased at Rangeland Congress

The program staff have performed 160 pasture evaluations, representing more than 30,000 acres, in 20 Kentucky counties. Read More

The Grass Guide: Red Clover

Red clover provides excellent forage quality when grazed or harvested before the flower blooms. Read More