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Cowchip - July 21, 2014
Information for cattle and forage producers. Included in this issue are the following articles: Master Cattleman, Weed Tour, Comparing Breeds of Bulls, Feed Additive Found Safe, Feedlot Placement Practices, Market Report.
Cowchip - May12, 2014
Information for cattle and forage producers. Included in this issue are the following articles: Popular Culture and Agriculture; Barbecue; Horn Flies; Grass Fed Beef; Pulling Together Cattle on Feed, Cold Storage and Beef Demand Indicators; Posts; Ryegrass Orders; Multi-Parish Cattlemen's Night at Dominique's Stockyard
The How-to Of Knot Tying
See simple video demonstrations about how to tie useful knots, and what each knot is best suited for.
2013-2014 Vermilion 4-H Contest Results
Results from Vermilion 4-H Contests held from September 2013 through August 2014.
Nutrition Tidbits - April-June 2014
A quarterly newsletter covering topics such as: It's Crawfish Time, Easter Egg Safety, Leftover Food Safety, Sensible Food Buys, June is Louisiana Beef Month, Spring Clean Your Fitness Routine, May is High Blood Pressure Month, Ham Facts, Health Fair, Diabetes News Classes.
Cowchip - February 14, 2014
Information for cattle and forage producers. Included in this issue are the following articles: Acadiana Cattle Producers Field Day, Stretching Hay Supplies, Farm Bill Passes, January 1 Cattle Numbers from in the Cattle Markets
2013-2014 Application for Awards
Any Vermilion 4-H Member who would like to attend 4-H Camp, 4-H LOST Camp or compete for Outstanding Club Member must fill out and return the Application for 4-H Awards. Applications must be brought to the LSU AgCenter Extension Office (4-H Office) in Abbeville at 1105 West Port Street by Wednesday, April 9, 2014.
[Image: image file]2013-2014 Vermilion 4-H Leader Update Newsletters
The Vermilion 4-H Leader Update monthly newsletters contain important information for organizational leaders, school principals, and adult volunteer leaders.
[Image: image]2013-2014 Vermilion 4-H Cracklins Newsletters
The Vermilion 4-H Cracklins is a monthly newsletter for 4-H in Vermilion Parish. It includes information on how to enroll in 4-H, upcoming events, activities and competitions. The newsletter is published monthly from September to May each year. This volume is for 2013-2014.
Nutrition Tidbits - January - March 2014
A quarterly newsletter covering topics such as: Resolutions for the Whole Year, 7 Healthy Valentine's Day Tips, Spotlight on Strawberries, Centsible Food Buys for January-March, February is Heart Healthy Month, Mardi Gras Food Safety, Healthy Benefits of Nuts, Health Fair
Eat Well When Eating Out
A fact sheet on eating healthy when eating out.
Holiday Food Safety
Food safety tips for buying, cooking and serving a turkey.
2013-2014 Demonstration Day Rules
Demonstration Day is open to all 4-H members regardless of project work. For members in 8th - 12th grade, many of the categories are 4-H University qualifying events.
Nutrition Tidbits - November-December 2013
A quarterly newsletter covering topics such as: November is National Diabetes Month, Spotlight On: Louisiana Yams, Super Foods for Women's Health, Turkey 101, Tips for Fit Families.
Cowchip - November 7, 2013
Information for cattle and forage producers. Included in this issue are the following articles: Economics of Hay, Bulk Feed, Cattle Production and Greenhouse Gases
[Image: Photograph of cranberries]Cranberries
Information on using cranberries in your holiday meals or recipes. Includes recipe for Cranberry Whole Wheat Muffins.
Iron-It's Important Too!
Fact sheet on iron in our body.
Nutrition Tidbits - July-September 2013
A quarterly newsletter covering topics such as: Summertime Food Safety, July is National Berries Month, September is Rice Month, Breakfast...Make it a Priority, How to Decrease a Hundred Calories in the Diet, Louisiana Blueberries.
High Blood Pressure
Though high blood pressure can be controlled and treated, it is usually called “the silent killer” because it has no symptoms. Usually if left untreated, it can cause a heart attack, stroke, or even kidney failure.
Cowchip - September 11, 2013
Information for cattle and forage producers. Included in this issue are the following articles: Winter Pasture, Winter Supplementation, Can We Send Beef to the Middle East?, Farm Bill Update From NCBA, Market Update, How Fast Can the Beef Cow Herd be Rebuilt?, Acadiana Beef Cattle Producers Field Day.
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