University of Kentucky College of Agriculture

Environment
3:56 pm
Tue August 26, 2014

What Just Bit Me? Biting Flies Explained

Black Horse Fly
Credit R. Bessin, University of Kentucky

You're going for a walk through your neighborhood and suddenly a large horse fly starts buzzing aggressively around your head. Or maybe you're sitting at a picnic table and you have to keep shifting your legs because a little deer fly bites at your ankle. UK Research and Education Center at Princeton's entomologist Dr. Doug Johnson briefs us on the family Tabanidae, or biting flies, on Sounds Good.

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Weather
8:40 am
Mon June 25, 2012

Experts Recommend Rotating Graze to Deal with Weather

wikipedia.org

Experts at the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture say the exceptionally dry conditions mean farmers should consider a rotational grazing system for their livestock. 

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