Farmers sense a change in agriculture.

"Sensing" the Change in Agriculture

Precision agriculture means farmers are no longer ruled by the sun.

UK is keeping up with the booming distilleries and microbreweries in Kentucky.

Everything Aged is New Again

CAFE is keeping up with the boom in microbreweries and small-batch distilleries with its Distillation, Wine and Brewing program.

The demand for white oak rises in as the bourbon industry grows.


Bourbon is a wood product. As the bourbon industry grows, so does the demand for white oak.

Hog farm remains to support a growing enterprise in horticulture.

From Hogs to Horticulture

The hog farm may be gone, but its infrastructure remains to support a growing enterprise.

Zika website gives Kentuckians latest information

Zika website

UK entomologists develop website with up-to-date information on the Zika virus.

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