Turns out cows can be potty trained as easily as toddlers. Maybe easier.
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On June 18, campers with the Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College summer equine program were able to showcase their newly-learned skills with their horses to their family and friends with activities such as trotting and barrel guiding.
Horses are adaptable to cold weather but they must be managed sensibly during the winter. A good way to understand the impact cold weather has on a horse is to understand the heat, or energy, balance equation. The energy balance is the difference between heat loss and heat gain over time.
Those visiting Hillenbrand Fish & Wildlife Area this summer may notice cattle grazing on the property.
Purdue Extension Vigo County in partnership with Gavilon Grain, Ceres and First Farmers Bank and Trust announce the Purdue Stress Free Farmer Give Away Program to begin the discussion about Mental Health in Agriculture in Vigo County.
Purdue Cooperative Extension Service will offer a three-week series on agriculture uniquely available to veterans with tools and programs that provide support for their education, and a roundtable discussion with other veterans involved in agriculture.
Three western Indiana counties hit by excessive rainfall last year have been declared primary natural disaster areas by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The Indiana State Department of Agriculture awarded more than $72,000 in grant funding to 18 projects designed to promote and increase the state’s livestock sector.Among the groups receiving funding was the Sullivan FFA Chapter. Its Wabash Valley You