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July 2011 Issue   Sunday, July 31, 2011

Weed of the Month: Wild Parsnip

Wild parsnip is distributed widely across the United States and Canadian provinces and grows frequently along fencerows and roadsides. Depending on location, seeds germinate in the fall or early spring, and flowering occurs from June through July.
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Gluck Center Study on Equine Proliferative Enteropathy

The study revealed that exposure equine proliferativ enteropathy's causative bacterium can continue into March Read More

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Toxin Topic: Snakebites and Horses

The long hot days of summer bring with them an increased snakebite risk to all animals, including horses. Read More

Hay Producers: Quality Second Cutting Still Likely

Exceptionally wet weather delayed hay cutting this spring, but producers likely still have time to grow and Read More

Also in this Month's Issue

Climate Change's Effects on Kentucky Horse Pastures

Pasture Weeds Video Wins American Horse Publications Award

UKVDL Researcher Evaluates Causative Agents of Abortion

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