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Pesticide X Credits

Pesticide Courses Offered

Pesticide courses for 2 Credit hours offered at the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Anson County office. Pesticide “A,B,D,G,H,I,K,L,M,N,O,T,X” offered on Wednesday, …

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Preparing for Winter Grazing

Stockpiling forage is a great way to reduce winter feeding costs. It is a method that lets grasses accumulate …

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Fire Ant Control

The red imported fire ant continues to spread across the United States and has called many lawns, yards, pastures, …

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Tri-County Livestock Newsletter

The Tri-County Livestock Newsletter is released quarterly and covers various topics such as beef cattle, small ruminants, equine, and …

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Sedge Identification

Yellow Nutsedge Triangular stems shoot up from the ground from spherical tubers or basal bulbs. Each bulbs can produce 10 …

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Got Mud?

Join us for a free seminar on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, at 7 p.m. to talk about mud problems/solutions, …

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Caring for Your Horse in the Winter

Water intake. During the summer, lush pastures contain 60-80% moisture which contribute to your horse’s water intake. Most 1,000-pound …

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Frost Seeding

Winter is a time for rest and dormancy for many forage crops. Farmers are preparing for the approaching growing …

Recent Publications related to Animal Agriculture

Lambing and Kidding Cheat Sheet for Beginning Small Ruminant Producers

This guide is a simple reference for beginner sheep and goat producers experiencing the lambing …

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Ergot Alkaloids

Part of the Guide to Mycotoxins Commonly Found in Animal Feeds, this factsheet provides information …

9/1/21

Patulin

Part of the Guide to Mycotoxins Commonly Found in Animal Feeds, this factsheet provides information …

9/1/21

PR Toxin

Part of the Guide to Mycotoxins Commonly Found in Animal Feeds, this factsheet provides information …

9/1/21

Ochratoxin A

Part of the Guide to Mycotoxins Commonly Found in Animal Feeds, this factsheet provides information …

9/1/21

Trichothecenes

Part of the Guide to Mycotoxins Commonly Found in Animal Feeds, this factsheet provides information …

9/1/21

Aflatoxin

Part of the Guide to Mycotoxins Commonly Found in Animal Feeds, this factsheet provides information …

9/1/21

Fumonisin

Part of the Guide to Mycotoxins Commonly Found in Animal Feeds, this factsheet provides information …

9/1/21