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Contributing WriterEarly spring is usually the peak period for the occurrence of grass tetany in lactating beef cows in Kentucky. Grass tetany is caused by low blood levels of magnesium and is worsened by high levels of nitrogen and potassium and low levels of calcium and...
July is the month for blueberries. Long before the Europeans arrived in the New World, the native tribes of North America gathered a variety of wild sapphire-colored berries as a food staple. The Indians called these fruits “star berries”...
The recent days of extreme heat have made many of us scale back in the kitchen. While we may skip recipes that would require us to use our ovens, we don’t have to skip on taste and good nutrition. Fresh vegetables are beginning to be harvested in...
For Food on the TableThere is nothing better than a perfectly ripe, juicy, drip-down-your chin, naturally sweet, summer peach. Peach season, June through September, is here and is gracing produce stands with a sunset of colors. Originally from China, peaches quickly spread...
Strawberries win the nutritional battle with bananas as the most purchased fruit in America. Based on the amount purchased, bananas are America’s favorite fruit. If you compare one cup of strawberries with one raw banana, the berries come out on...
For Food on the TableGrapes have a history that date back thousands of years and are one of the earliest cultivated fruits. First harvested by Greeks for wine-making, the Romans later developed different grape varieties. Today, there are more than 8,000 varieties of grapes...
Watching your pet have a seizure is one of the most difficult situations to ever experience. You feel totally helpless as your pet lays on the floor shaking uncontrollably, salivating and losing control of their bodily functions. The violent nature of...
For Food on the TableFor most the warm temperatures of summer are quickly slipping away. Long sunlit days become shorter and the bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables will soon diminish. Take advantage of the last few days of summer and start meal planning with the ripe,...
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For Food on the TablePumpkins are an iconic symbol of fall. They make beautiful centerpieces, can be carved into scary jack-o-lanterns for Halloween, and baked up into delicious treats that grace the Thanksgiving table. They can also add variety to this week's meal planning...
For Food on the TableIt’s that time of year again, when home gardens and grocery stores are sprouting up with zucchini. When you’re meal planning this week, be sure to include this seasonal vegetable.With May through August being the prime season for zucchini,...
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Fewer fruits signify summer in Kentucky more than fresh blackberries. This wild fruit has been tamed through the years, but wild or tame, they are still satisfying The peak season for blackberries in Kentucky is June through July. A half cup serving of...
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Clark County Extension Service agent for family and consumer sciencesAs we prepare to celebrate President’s Day this next week, not only was one president known to have cut down a cherry tree, we can also celebrate the value of cherries. Cherries are low in calories and contain no fat. At only 90 calories per one...
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