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Goosegrass

Weed of the Week: Goosegrass

This is a common weed found in our pastures, lawns, everywhere! Disclaimer: The use of brand names and any mention or …

Pokeweed

Weed of the Week: Pokeweed

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Hay Day

Hay Day

See below for information regarding our Hay Day this year! Email stefani.sykes@waynegov.com with any questions. Wayne County Hay Day July 26, …

Livestock Newsletter

See below for our current July and August Livestock Newsletter! Contact stefani.sykes@waynegov.com with any livestock questions you may have. Livestock …

Crabgrass

Weed of the Week: Crabgrass

Sometimes a weed, sometimes a valuable forage…you decide! Disclaimer: The use of brand names and any mention or listing of commercial …

Pigweed

Weed of the Week: Pigweed

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Sandspur

Weed of the Week: Sandspur

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Sicklepod

Weed of the Week: Sicklepod

This week’s weed is toxic! Scout now for plants, mature ones are seen in late summer and early fall. …

Broomsedge

Weed of the Week: Broomsedge

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Showy Crotalaria

Weed of the Week: Showy Crotalaria

Be on the lookout for this week’s weed…it can be TOXIC to all livestock species. Disclaimer: The use of brand names …

Smartweed

Weed of the Week: Smartweed

See below for this week’s weed! Disclaimer: The use of brand names and any mention or listing of commercial products …

Florida Pusley weed

Weed of the Week: Florida Pusley

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May and June 2019 Livestock Newsletter

Our newsletter is updated! Please check it out for important information regarding animal waste management, parasites in horses, and …

Marestail weed

Weed of the Week: Marestail

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Perilla Mint

Weed of the Week: Perilla Mint

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Horsenettle

Weed of the Week: Horsenettle

Our weed of the week is horsenettle! Disclaimer: The use of brand names and any mention or listing of commercial …

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Weed of the Week: Wild Garlic

This week’s weed is wild garlic, while it looks similar to wild onion–this one has a distinctive …

Wild Mustard weed

Weed of the Week: Wild Mustard

This week’s weed is wild mustard, an erect winter annual that can be toxic (if eaten in large quantities). Disclaimer: …

2018 Hurricane Prep

As I sit in my office with the rain pouring outside the window, I realize that hurricane season is …

Water for Small Ruminants

With the heat of the summer beating down on us, this is the perfect time to discuss water requirements …

May & June Fencelines 2017

Here is the latest Fencelines newsletter! Please email or call if you would like to be added to the …

FAMACHA Training

FAMACHA training will be held Thursday, November 3rd at 1 p.m. at Cherry Research Farm. This system is used …

Hurricane Prep for Livestock

Since hurricane season started June 1st and continues throughout the summer, I thought now was the perfect time to …

Spring Pasture Advice

It’s officially spring and while our weather is still experiencing some highs and lows, our pastures are starting to …

Upcoming FAMACHA Training

FAMACHA is a method of selective deworming for small ruminants that uses the color of mucous membranes (the eyes) …

Pneumonia in Summer

Most of us are accustomed to hearing the word “pneumonia” and associate it with the wet cold of winter. …

Guarding Your Livestock

This topic may not apply to all goat and sheep producers but I hope you will find it interesting …