Across Kentucky - June 14, 2013Posted on Jun 14, 2013
As the downturn in tobacco as a cash crop has led to farmers moving into new fields of economic endeavor, for some typical farmers who previously produced beef and tobacco, moving into the equine sector has been a choice. Feldhaus does a story on a field day next week in Scott County on the farm of a man who’s successfully made that transition. Fayette County extension agent, Nick Carter, provides details.
Tagged Post Topics Include: Beef, Equine, Extension, Fayette County, Nick Carter, Scott County, Tobacco, Transition farming