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Dairy

Health & Management: How to Dry Off Does & Ewes, Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 18 Winter 2015

Dairy Goat Nutrition: Feeding For Two, Dr. Robert Van Saun, Volume 26 Winter 2017

Dairy Goat Nutrition: Feeding for Two Part 2, Dr. Robert Van Saun, Volume 27 Spring 2017

Disease/Health

Heath & Management: The Five Point Check, Susan Schoenian, Volume 15 Spring 2014

Health & Management: The Latest on Caprine Arthritis Encephalitis Virus, Cheryl K Smith, Volume 17 Fall 2014

Health & Management: Zoonotic Diseases in Sheep and Goats, Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 19 Spring 2015

Inverted Eyelids in Sheep, Dr. G.F. Kennedy, Volume 22 Winter 2016

Herd Health On-Farm Audit Program to Start in Kentucky,  Dr. Kenneth Andries, Volume 25 Fall 2016

Health & Management- Polioencephalommalacia, Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 27 Spring 2017

Health & Management: Should I be Concerned about Soremouth, Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 28 Summer 2017

Health & Management: Should I Be Concerned About Contagious Abscesses in My Small Ruminant Herd, Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 29 Fall 2017

Health & Management: What are the causes of abortions?, Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 30 Issue 1 

Health & Management: Ovine Progressive Pneumonia (OPP), Dr. Michelle Arnold, Volume 30 Issue 3

Health & Management: How do I keep my animals safe from contracting disease on the farm and at exhibitions? It’s called Biosecurity!, Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 30 Issue 2

Why Use a Veterinary Diagnostic Lab?, Dr. Michelle Arnold, Volume 30 Issue 4

Listeriosis in Sheep and Goats, Dr. Jerusah Lay, Volume 31 Issue 2

Diarrhea in Adult Does? It could be Yersinia enterocolitis, Dr. Michelle Arnold, Volume 31 Issue 2

Fencing/Facilities

Farm Hacks,  Kelley Yates, Volume 21 Fall 2015

Basics to the Perimeter, Buddy Rowlett, Volume 31, Issue 2

Ask the Experts: Temporary Fencing, Greg Brann, Jim Mansfield, Jeremy McGill, Volume 31 Issue 2

Fiber

The Value of Wool, Kim Caulfield, Volume 15 Spring 2014

Wool Pool,   Kim Caulfield, Volume Summer 2014

Understanding the Process of Hand Spinning, Kim Caulfield, Volume 19 Spring 2015

6th Annual KY Sheep and Fiber Festival,   Kelley Yates, Volume 20 Summer 2015

The Middle TN Fiber Festival,  Kim Caulfield, Volume 20 Summer 2015

The Roots of Pooling , Warren Gill, Mark Powell, Volume 22 Winter 2016

Bridging the Gap between Sheep and Shawl Marketing Wool to the Hand Spinner, Hannah Nilsson, Volume 23 Spring 2016

Weaving Art with Agriculture, Sarabeth Parido, Volume 30 Issue 1

Today’s Wool is not your Grandma’s Old Sweater,.Dr. Julie Stepanek Shiflett, Volume 30 Issue 1

A Visit with Kentucky Meadows Farm, Sarabeth Parido, Volume 30 Issue 2

The 2018 Wool Season Begins,  Dr. Julie Stepanek Shiflett, Volume 30 Issue 2 

U.S. Wool Prices Hit Record High, Dr/ Julie Stepanek Shifflett, Volume 30 Issue 3

Weaving Art With Agriculture Along the Kentucky Fiber Trail, Sarabeth Parido, Volume 30 Issue 4

Australian Wool Prices Hit Record High, Dr. Julie Stepanek Shiflett, Volume 30 Issue 4

Weaving Art with Agriculture, Sarabeth Parido, Volume 31 Issue 1

Consider Your Wool Pool, Dr. Julie Stepanek Shiflett, Volume 31 Issue 1

The Woolery Wows, Sarabeth Parido, Volume 31 Issue 2

2019 Wool Season Rolls Out, Dr. Julie Shifflett, Volume 31 Issue 2

Genetics/Breeding

Identifying Genetically Superior Bucks, Susan Schoenian, Volume 16 Summer 2014

Utilizing Teaser Bucks, Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 16 Summer 2014

Genetically Speaking: Are Hair Sheep Meat Sheep?, Dr. Debra Aaron, Volume 16 Summer 2014

Genetically Speaking: How Did This Happen?,  Dr. Debra Aaron, Volume 17 Fall 2014

Genetically Speaking: Have I Got a Sheep Breed for You? Sheep Types and Breeds For Commercial Production,  Dr. Debra Aaron, Volume 18 Winter 2015

Genetically Speaking: Do You Know the ABCs of Selection & Breeding?, Dr. Debra Aaron, Volume 19 Spring 2015

Genetically Speaking: The Sheep’s Role in History Part 1,  Dr. Debra Aaron, Volume 21 Fall 2015

Genetically Speaking: The Sheep’s Role in History Part 2,   Dr. Debra Aaron, Volume 22 Winter 2016

Buyer’s Guide to Selecting Replacement Females,  Ricky Skillington, Volume 23 Spring 2016

Selecting a Replacement Ewe or Doe- Phenotype,  Ann Marie Leed, Volume 24 Summer 2016

Ask the Expert: Selection of Replacement Females,  Madeline Norman, Hannah Nilsson,Mary Anne Holmes, Kathy Jones, Kathy,  Meyer, Endre Fink, Tess Caudill, Denise Martin, Volume 24 Summer 2016

Genetically Speaking: Which is the Best Ram in the Sale?, Dr. Debra Aaron, Volume 24 Summer 2016

News to Ewes: Managing the Seasonal Effects on Ewe Reproduction,  Dr. Don Ely, Volume 25 Fall 2016

Electrolytes and Breeding,  Justin Hull, Volume 28 Summer 2017

Genetically Speaking: Sell Em’ Light? Sell Em’ Heavy?,  Dr. Debra K. Aaron, Volume 29 Fall 2017

Genetically Speaking: What about Wool?, Dr. Debra Aaron, Volume 30 Issue 2

Artificial Insemination in Sheep and Goats, Dr. Jerusha Lay, Volume 30 Issue 3

Artificial Insemination in Goats, Dr. Terry Gipson and Dr. Lionel Dawson, Volume 30 Issue 3 

Genetically Speaking: Selection of Ewe Lamb Replacements for Commercial Sheep Enterprises, Dr. Debra Aaron, Volume 30 Issue 3

Buck Collection, Dr. Terry Gipson, Volume 30 Issue 4

High Tech Sheep and Goat Breeding, Dr. Reid Redden, Volume 30 Issue 4

Breeding Soundness Exams, Dr. Brett Kroeze, Volume 30 Issue 4

Breeding Soundness Exams on Bucks, Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 30 Issue 4

Lambing/Kidding

Are Your Ewes Pregnant?,   Jeremy Howard, Volume 17 Fall 2014

News to Ewes: Early Weaning Lambs,  Dr. Don Ely, Volume 19 Spring 2015

Health Management- The Basics of Disbudding Kids, Dr.Beth Johnson, Volume 22 Winter 2016

Entropian in Goat Kids,  Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 22 Winter 2016

New Best Practices Aim to Increase Productivity for Lamb Producers,   American Lamb Board, Volume 24 Summer 2016

News to Ewes: Can I Breed My Ewe Lambs at a Year of Age?, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 24 Summer 2016

Health & Management: When Should I Breed My Doelings?, Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 25 Fall 2016

News to Ewes & Health & Management: Tips to Reduce Losses Around the Time of Parturition,  Dr. Don Ely & Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 26

News to Ewes: Annual Ewe Management Programs for Production of Milk-Fed Slaughter Lambs, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 30 Issue 1 

Health & Management: What are the causes of abortions?, Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 30 Issue 1 

News to Ewes: An Annual Management Strategy for April Lambing, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 30 Issue 2

News to Ewes: Management of Ewe Lambs Born in April to Lamb First at Twelve Month of Age, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 30 Issue 3

News to Ewes- Lamb Galore, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 31 Issue 1

Health & Management: Prevention and Treatment of Neonatal Diseases in Kids/Lambs, Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 31 Issue 1

Marketing

Direct Marketing for Goat Sheep and Producers, Rob Holland & Megan Burch. Volume 15  Spring 2014

Small Ruminant Roller Coaster,   Tess Caudill, Volume 15  Spring 2014

Is Online Marketing for You?, Kelley Yates, Volume 15  Spring 2014

Wool Pool,   Kim Caulfield, Volume 16 Summer 2014

Direct Marketing: How to Market the Meat From Your Livestock,  Dr. Gregg Rentfrow, Volume 16 Summer 2014

Market Matters, Tess Caudill, Volume 19 Spring 2015

Market Matters: How Does the Ethnic Market Affect You as a Sheep or Goat Producer?, Tess Caudill, Volume 20 Summer 2015

Market Matters: How Does the Ethnic Holiday Market Affect Producers- Part 2,  Tess Caudill, Volume 21 Fall 2015

Marketing Versus Selling,    Amy Tavalin, Dr Tim  Huber, Madeline Norman, Kelley Yates, Volume 22 Winter 2016

The Roots of Pooling , Warren Gill, Mark Powell, Volume 22 Winter 2016

KY Lamb Jam Cook-Off,  Kelley Yates, Volume 22 Winter 2016

Market Matters,  Tess Caudill, Volume 26 Winter 2017

Developing a Direct to Consumer Market,  Kelley Yates, Volume 29 Fall 2017

Genetically Speaking: Sell Em’ Light? Sell Em’ Heavy?,  Dr. Debra K. Aaron, Volume 29 Fall 2017

News to Ewes: Sell Em’ Light? Sell Em’ Heavy?, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 29 Fall 2017

Developing a Direct to Consumer Market, Frances and David Martin, Volume 30 Issue 1

Today’s Wool is not your Grandma’s Old Sweater,.Dr. Julie Stepanek Shiflett, Volume 30 Issue 1

Distinguishing Your Product, Francis and David Martin, Volume 30 Issue 2

Seasonality Issues of Kentucky's Lamb & Goat Industry, Tess Caudill, Volume 31 Issue 1

2019 Wool Season Rolls Out, Dr. Julie Shifflett, Volume 31 Issue 2

Nutrition

News to Ewes: Sustainable Agriculture I. The Role of Grazing Sheep, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 15 Spring 2014

News to Ewes: Sustainable Agriculture II: The Contribution of Forage,  Dr. Don Ely, Volume 17 Fall 2014

News to Ewes: Ewes’ Vacation Time Ends: Meet the Rams, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 16 Summer 2014

News to Ewes: Nutrition Requirements for Sheep, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 18 Winter 2015 

News to Ewes: Nutritional Architecture of the Sheep, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 21 2015

News to Ewes: What is This Stuff We Call Energy?, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 22 Winter 2015

Health & Management: The Veterinary Feed Directive: What Does It Mean to Small Ruminant Producers?  Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 23 Spring 2016

Dairy Goat Nutrition: Feeding For Two, Dr. Robert Van Saun, Volume 26 Winter 2017

How to Read a Feed Label, UK Regulatory Services, Volume 26 Winter 2017

Navigating to a Balanced Ration- Part 1: Balancing for Energy, Dr. John Johns, Volume 26 Winter 2017

Dairy Goat Nutrition: Feeding for Two Part 2, Dr. Robert Van Saun, Volume 27 Spring 2017

News to Ewes: Sell Em’ Light? Sell Em’ Heavy?, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 29 Fall 2017

Winter Feeding tips from the American Institute of Goat Research, .Dr. Steve Hart, Volume 30 Issue 1

News to Ewes: Annual Ewe Management Programs for Production of Milk-Fed Slaughter Lambs, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 30 Issue 1

Feeding the Lactating Doe, Dr. Steve Hart, Volume 30 Issue 2

The Two Faces of Copper Nutrition in Sheep and Goats, Dr. Robert Van Saun, Volume 31 Issue 1

Other

FSA Disaster Assistance Programs, Winnie Breeding, Volume 16 Summer 2014

Bellwether, Philippe Roca, Volume 16 Summer 2014

Guardian Animals, Shawn Harper, Volume 18 Winter 2015

Spotlight: Tanning Goat Hides, Dr. Roger Merkel, Volume 18 Winter 2015

Composting- carcass or manure,  Dr. Steve Higgins, Volume 18 Winter 2015

SRPS Highlights,  Kelley Yates, Volume 18 Winter 2015

Instincts Just Won’t Cut It,  Dr. Shea Porr, Volume 19 Spring 2015

Holistic Financial Planning Review,  Don Campbell, Volume 20 Summer 2015

Cost of Producing Goats, Dr. Ken Andries, Volume 20 Summer 2015

Feeding 10 Ewes for a Year,  Dr. Warren Gill, Volume 20 Summer 2015

KY County Ag Investment Programs,  Kelley Yates, Volume 21 Fall 2015

Spotlight: Hiking With Your Goat,  Polly Lush, Volume 23 Spring 2016

Spotlight: The Last Move,  Shon Wylie, Volume 24 Summer 2016

Spotlight: A Farm Dog,   Denice Rackley, Volume 25 Fall 2016

The Livestock Guardian Dog,  Dr. An Pieschel, Volume 27 Spring 2017

Lamb Cost of Production Baseline Model- Kentucky and U.S. Comparison, Dr. Lee Meyer, Dr. Kenneth Andries, James Robb, Volume 28 Summer 2017

Are You Prepared for the Next Disaster in Your Area?, Dr. Joanna Davis, Volume 29  Fall 2017

Greetings and Salutations,  Dr. Terry Gipson, Volume 29 Fall 2017

Disaster Preparations: Part 2, .Dr. Joanna Davis, Volume 30 Issue 1

Tennessee Ag Enhancement Program Information, Volume 30 Issue 4

Alpaca Awareness and River Hill, Sarabeth Parido, Volume 30 Issue 4

Dairy & Meat Goat Online Certification Courses, Dr. Terry Gipson & Dr. Roger Merkel, Volume 31 Issue 1

Understanding Livestock Guardian Dogs, Emily Clement, Volume 31 Issue 2

Parasite Management

Genetically Speaking: Is the FAMACHA System Accurate for All Breeds of Sheep,  Dr. Debra Aaron, Volume 15 Spring 2014

Health & Management: Lungworms, are they really important?,  Dr. Beth Johnson, Volume 21 Fall 2015

News to Ewes: Stomach Worm x Breed x Management Interactions, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 23 Spring 2016

Comparing the Efficacy of Copper Oxide Wire Particles and Copper Sulfate on Haemonchus contortus in Goats, .James Mackey, Volume 30 Issue 2

Pasture/Forages

News to Ewes: Sustainable Agriculture I. The Role of Grazing Sheep, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 15 Spring 2014

Annual Crops for Grazing, Greg Brann, Volume Fall 2014

Using Summer Annuals in a Forage Program,  Dr.Gary Bates, Volume 19 Spring 2015

News to Ewes: Alternative Forage Crops, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 20 Summer 2015

Managing Multispecies Grazing,  Greg Brann, Volume 25 Fall 2016

What is Good Hay?, Dr. Gary Bates & Dr. Debbie Joines, Volume 27 Spring 2017

News to Ewes: A Hay for Every Season,  Dr. Don Ely, Volume 27 Spring 2017

News to Ewes: Stockpiling Forages for Fall and Winter, Dr. Don Ely, Volume 28 Summer 2017

Watch Out for Those Pretty Plants and Noxious Weeds, Dr. Beth  Johnson Volume 30 Issue 4

Performance Testing

Data Gives Goat Producers a Look at the Whole Package: You can’t manage What you don’t measure,   Terry Queck-Matzie, Volume 20 Summer 2015

Results from the 2015 Maryland Buck Test,  Staff Writer, Volume 22 Winter 2015

Kentucky- Tennessee Well Represented in Maryland Buck Test,  Staff Writer,. Volume 22 Winter 2015

Getting Started Collecting and Using Data in Meat Goats and Sheep,  Dr. Kenneth Andries, Volume 28 Summer 2017

Genetically Speaking: Why Using NSIP is an Essential Tool for Bettering Your Flock,  Shaylyn Burton & Dr. Debra K. Aaron, Volume 28 Summer 2017

Genetic Selection at Your Fingertips, National Sheep Improvement Program, Volume 30 Issue 1

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