Virginia Cooperative Extension - Loudoun

Virginia Cooperative Extension - Loudoun

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What a gorgeous day for VCE-Loudoun’s Mature Apple Tree Pruning Workshop, taught by Commercial Horticulturist Beth Sastre! Thanks to Tara and the crew for welcoming us and offering us this opportunity to learn.
SHEEP & GOAT THURSDAY. Extension Agent Carrie Swanson (Albemarle) successfully grafted a newborn kid to a foster dam while she was participating in a program coordination Zoom meeting! Go Carrie, you saved a goat kid.! To learn more about grafting kids or lambs read this publication from University of Illinois: http://livestocktrail.illinois.edu/sheepnet/paperDisplay.cfm?ContentID=9831
Do you know what’s in your water? Find out by testing your well, spring, or cisterns through VCE-Loudoun’s Household Water Quality Program. Learn more and register at bit.ly/VCE220401.
Tax Considerations for Farmers. Thursday, 3 March via Zoom. Registration details in the flyer below.

This is an education program open to the public. At the invitation of VCE-Loudoun, Chris Pearson, CPA will speak with producers about tax law revisions and resulting changes to tax record keeping and reporting. Chris understands the questions and concerns of new and small-scale producers and can guide them away from tax errors that erode enterprise and operations profits.
Event is on March 19th! Don't miss out and register today!
It's BEEF TUESDAY. Adapting to changing weather is hard on cattle, especially in the spring when Mother Nature, it seems, can't make up her mind. read more:
https://www.beefmagazine.com/americancowman/health/0304-spring-requires-cattle-issues

Thank you Beef Magazine.
It's EQUINE MONDAY. Horse owners often seed paddocks and pastures with perennial cool-season grasses. Because these grasses accumulate sugars and fructans, they may be unsuitable for horses with metabolic issues, such as insulin dysregulation or laminitis. Read more . . .
https://ker.com/equinews/pasture-forage-for-horses-carbohydrate-content-of-grass

Thank you Kyla of the MAREC and University of Kentucky Equine Research
SHEEP THURSDAY. Sometimes, you just need to ask a livestock-related question. When you're gathering information, consider Loudoun Goat and Sheep owners as a source:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/677010295763378
The mammals have all agreed that PSA posts relating to the ongoing HPAI Avian Flu outbreaks are more important than their weekly, scheduled spotlight.

This URL leads to an excellent USDA website for backyard flocks and keeping birds safe.

https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/ourfocus/animalhealth/animal-disease-information/avian/!ut/p/z1/fY87D4IwEMd3PwWLIznA92gcjMTBxwJdmhNaqZQW2mr029sQEl30hv_jcr_hgIyCYOQHMh98HOSXA1H4EFd0QiuUkEFO5nSXJJs4nsb7bbpaRsfNJJqdDtvJOV5A2oMf_luA_GezgR3Ofxjk4tZ1ZA2k0Mqxp4MM20pY2lflqBQXg-Y1jixSfTeU6-Ju-4ZKNChpxVC66ntTCsvQMioU16bpnx1H_m_0VjLOVBm6ioVc6qIOW6OvBhtoa5K_AQFPjoE!/
It's FFA Week! Virginia FFA is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agricultural education.

Learn how FFA strives to spotlight agriculture's importance to our county, state, and nation. https://www.vaffa.org/
Okay, enough baby goat pictures - it's EQUINE MONDAY, not GOAT WEDNESDAY. The good folks at the Middleburg AREC offer this equine care information bit. Thank you Kyla and AAEP:

". . . Spring might be the best time of the year, but if we have horses that are prone to developing grass founder, this season may be the beginning of serious problems for some of our horses." Read more. https://aaep.org/horsehealth/grass-founder

VCE Loudoun promotes healthy living and food systems, stewards the environment, & engages youth. Department of Agriculture, and local governments.

Virginia Cooperative Extension is a partnership of Virginia Tech, Virginia State University, the U.S. Its programs and employment are open to all, regardless of age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, political affiliation, race, religion, sexual orientation, genetic information, military status, or any other basis protected by law.

Photos from Virginia Cooperative Extension - Loudoun's post 11/17/2022

So, was the Ag-Tech Field Day Successful?

-175 adults and high school students gathered to view or present 30 displays.
- 8 departments from VA Tech participated.
- 3 VA Tech offices associated with teacher certification, agriculture workforce development, and state-level FFA administration were present to speak to the public about graduating agriculture teachers.
- 2 displaying corporations will send teams from Europe and the United States to explore a presence in Loudoun County.
- 1 state legislator has greater insight into agricultural technology and constituent agriculture education services.
- 70 high school students from 4 schools better understand the importance of technology to production agriculture.
- 2 different corporate Reps met with Loudoun’s Department of Economic Development and VCE; one discussed exploring a concept for linking multiple farm, grain-bins into a network of monitored, temperature/humidity controlled bins for specialty grains.
- Two land-grant universities participated.
- 0 attendees suffered frost bite
- Planning for the 2023 event has started.

11/17/2022

The MAREC 2022 Ag-Tech Field Day FFA Trophy winners from Kettle Run High School (Fauquier). The trophy, designed and created by VCE-Loudoun is presented by the 2022 FFA State President.

Photos from VCE Loudoun 4-H's post 11/17/2022

VCE Loudoun 4-H is taking our Embryology Program full circle! Read more at: https://bit.ly/VCE221117

11/17/2022

Minimize cattle stress and injury! This Sunday, learn about low-stress cattle handling methods, systems and practices. Topics include: handling system types, considerations for small farms, and chute side safety. Lunch is on us! RSVP to Corey Childs at [email protected].

11/17/2022

Congrats, VCE Loudoun Master Gardeners! Learn more about this year's Signatures of Loudoun Award Winners, including our own Demonstration Garden, at loudoun.gov/signaturesofloudoun .

Congratulations to all the winners of this year’s “Signature of Design Excellence Awards.” The winners were recognized by the Board of Supervisors at Tuesday’s business meeting:

➡️ Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Lucketts Fire and Rescue Station
➡️ ReThink9 Hillsboro Traffic Calming, Pedestrian Safety, Infrastructure
➡️ Loudoun County Public Schools Lightridge High School
➡️ Virginia Cooperative Extension - Loudoun Master Gardener Demonstration Garden
➡️ 338 Net Zero
➡️ King Street Station Public Plaza
➡️ Paul Reimers, PR Construction
➡️ Find out more: http://bit.ly/3TLwKMe

11/16/2022

Congrats VCE Loudoun Master Gardeners! We are excited that the impact of the Demonstration Garden is being recognized with the Signatures of Loudoun 2022 award in the "Legends" Category. Y'all are rock stars.

The Demonstration Garden at Ida Lee Park is the proud recipient of the Signatures Of Loudoun 2022 Award. The garden won under the Legends Category- projects or places that have stood the “test of time” over 25 years or more – icons that make Loudoun County unique!
Congratulations to all the volunteers who contribute to the care of the garden and to the many visitors who come to learn or to enjoy the beauty of this spectacular public space. More information about the award can be found at https://www.loudoun.gov/signaturesofloudoun#:~:text=This%20program%20recognizes%20the%20buildings,and%20public%2C%20large%20and%20small

Photos from Virginia Cooperative Extension - Loudoun's post 11/16/2022

It's been a great start! Our sponsors and vendors are excited to meet with you at Ag-Tech Field Day. We're at the Middleburg Agricultural Research And Extension Center until 3:00pm today. Join us!

Photos from Virginia Cooperative Extension - Loudoun's post 11/16/2022

Today's the day! At 10:00am, we're kicking off the inaugural Ag-Tech Field Day. Learn about agricultural resources, chat with industry representatives, and network with local stakeholders and people in the field. We're at the Virginia Tech Middleburg Agricultural Research and Extension Center until 3:00pm today - swing by any time!

Photos from Virginia Cooperative Extension - Loudoun's post 11/16/2022

Just in: A fourth HS FFA chapter will join the others at MAREC tomorrow. The stable is ready, the tent is up with heater in place. We're set. See you there.

Loudoun County, VA 11/15/2022

Loudoun County, VA

Are you ready for Ag-Tech Field Day? Join VCE Loudoun, alongside Virginia Tech College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Loudoun County Economic Development, and 20+ sponsors and vendors tomorrow, November 16th. Join us any time between 10am – 3pm at the Virginia Tech Middleburg Agricultural Research and Extension Center! Learn more at: bit.ly/AgTechVA2022

Registration is not required, but to stay connected with event updates, sign up at loudoun.gov/agtechfieldday.

Loudoun County, VA Loudoun to Host Agricultural Technology Field Day November 16

Photos from Virginia Cooperative Extension - Loudoun's post 11/15/2022

The coveted MAREC Ag-Tech Field Day Trophy. Who remembers carrying one of these in a backpack or taking up space on a car seat? Visitors to tomorrow's MAREC Ag-Tech Field Day can see the trophy but only one FFA Chapter can take it back to school on the bus. To do that they have to win the . . . Info Scavenger Hunt!

Come visit 10:00-3:00. food truck on location. 5525 Sullivan's Mill Road Middleburg.

11/15/2022

IT'S BEEF TUESDAY! A brief reminder to schedule your herd's vaccination and boosters. New to cattle vaccines? Read more: https://extension.umn.edu/beef-cow-calf/cattle-vaccine-basics.

Blue Light Exposure in Pregnant Mares Safe for Offspring - Kentucky Equine Research 11/14/2022

Blue Light Exposure in Pregnant Mares Safe for Offspring - Kentucky Equine Research

IT'S EQUINE MONDAY! When breeders think of light therapy for advancing the breeding season of open mares, they may wonder too if light affects pregnant mares or their unborn foals. Read More:
https://ker.com/equinews/blue-light-exposure-in-pregnant-mares-safe-for-offspring

BTW, VA Tech Grad student Kyla Szemplinski who graciously forwards topics and links for Equine Monday will be a 4-H Youth Development Extension Agent in Tennessee at the start of 2023!

Blue Light Exposure in Pregnant Mares Safe for Offspring - Kentucky Equine Research The foals of mares exposed to blue light were observed for a year to determine if any long-term, detrimental effects occurred.

11/11/2022

A salute to the nation's military veterans.

11/10/2022

Join Extension Agent Jim Hilleary at Purcellville Library on Thursday, December 1 at 7 p.m. to learn about considerations for buying and raising beef cattle. Sign up for event reminders at: conta.cc/3SCM4ug

11/09/2022

It’s just a week until Ag-Tech Field Day! Interested in getting connected with folks in the local agricultural scene? Want to check out the latest digital technologies to improve your operations? On Wednesday, November 16th, join VCE Loudoun at the Virginia Tech Middleburg Agricultural Research and Extension Center for Ag-Tech Field Day. Join us any time between 10am – 3pm. Learn more at: bit.ly/AgTechVA2022

Registration is not required, but to stay connected with event updates, sign up at loudoun.gov/agtechfieldday.

Understanding EPDs and Genomic Testing in Beef Cattle 11/08/2022

Understanding EPDs and Genomic Testing in Beef Cattle

IT'S BEEF TUESDAY! Expected progeny differences (EPDs) are the best estimate of an animal's genetic value as a parent. The more you read about them, the easier they are to understand. Here is a good, high-level overview From PSU:

Understanding EPDs and Genomic Testing in Beef Cattle EPD accuracy is improved if DNA is available. These calculations are known as a Genomic-enhanced EPD (GE-EPD). This article will walk you through how to use EPDs to improve your beef herd.

The Four-Legged Marine Who Became a Korean War Hero 11/07/2022

The Four-Legged Marine Who Became a Korean War Hero

IT'S EQUINE MONDAY. Here's to our military veterans both human and equine. Read about SGT. Reckless USMC of the Korean War, a true combat veteran.

Thank you Kyla Szemplinski for your thoughtful recommendation for today's post.

The Four-Legged Marine Who Became a Korean War Hero Sergeant Reckless was the only animal ever awarded an official rank in the Marine Corps.

11/05/2022

Are you wondering how to prepare your garden as winter approaches? On Sunday, November 6, join VCE Loudoun Master Gardeners at Rust Library to discuss preparing your vegetable and ornamental gardens for winter. Master Gardener Carol Ivory will share best practices for winterizing your garden and setting yourself up for success in the spring.

Sheep 201: controlling predators 11/03/2022

Sheep 201: controlling predators

IT'S GOAT & SHEEP THURSDAY! No Luck finding fun facts published by a land-grant university, so I went dark: predation. Thank you Susan Shoenian for the compiled information.

Sheep 201: controlling predators Predation accounts for a significant portion of sheep and lamb losses in the United States. The severity of the problem varies by farm and geographic region. For some producers, predator losses can be so overwhelming that they decide to liquidate their flocks. Other producers may never experience a....

11/03/2022

Look at what VCE Loudoun 4-H has been up to! We tried something new by initiating a pilot poultry production program in addition to our annual embryology program. A generous donation from the Val & Bill Tillett Foundation enabled VCE Loudoun 4-H to raise and harvest some of the chickens, which we later donated to Tree of Life to address food insecurity in our region.

Huge thanks to the Val & Bill Tillett Foundation! Without their support, we could not have made this pilot program happen.

Additionally, VCE Loudoun 4-H extends gratitude to the people who volunteered their time, supplies, and expertise to help care for and process the chickens. Special thanks go to Dorothy Butler-Landes, Kirk Landes, Abby Landes, De Mustakas, Mike Wright, Rodney Monroe, and Claire Griffith.

Our Leesburg Food Pantry had a unexpected donation yesterday! Kim Monroe, 4-H Program Specialist Loudoun, and Carly Wright, 4-H Extension Agent, stopped in to donate 21 whole chickens! There's a wonderful community story behind this generous donation:

VCE Loudoun 4-H works with Loudoun County Public Schools each year to conduct the Embryology Life Cycle program. They secure the eggs for the classrooms and provide educational materials for teachers to use with their students. They study the development of the chick and experience the incubation and hatching process. Once the chicks hatch, teachers return them to the Virginia Cooperative Extension Office who in turn distribute to local farmers. With a very generous donation from the Bill & Val Tillett Foundation this year, it allowed the Extension office to keep some of the chicks to raise and harvest to help meet some food insecurity needs locally. Kim reached out to Tree of Life knowing that we accept locally harvested chickens and serve the communities that most need resources. Thank you Kim and Carly for blessing Tree of Life and those we serve!

Biosecurity for alternative pig farms 11/02/2022

Biosecurity for alternative pig farms

IT'S PORK WEDNESDAY! We give much attention to measures that minimize the spread of disease (aka biosecurity) between people. Similar considerations exist for swine production, including small-scale swine production. Learn more about keeping your pigs healthy:

Biosecurity for alternative pig farms Biosecurity is defined as a set of preventative measures taken to reduce the risk of disease introduction or transmission. Reducing the impact of disease has long been an issue on pig farms of all sizes. Whether you have just a few pigs or thousands, it is important for the health and safety of thos...

11/01/2022

Discover local & regional agricultural resources, latest digital tools, apps, and services to improve your farm operations! On Wednesday, November 16th, join VCE Loudoun at the Virginia Tech Middleburg Agricultural Research and Extension Center for Ag-Tech Field Day. Join us any time between 10am – 3pm. Learn more at: bit.ly/AgTechVA2022

Registration is not required - Ag-tech Field Day is open to the public! But to stay connected with event updates, sign up at loudoun.gov/agtechfieldday.

11/01/2022

It's likely Halloween humor that only equestrians will appreciate; however, VA Tech Grad student Kyla, our reliable source for equine Info, thought it worth sending along.

How Rodeo Bulls Get Named - AG INFORMATION NETWORK OF THE WEST 11/01/2022

How Rodeo Bulls Get Named - AG INFORMATION NETWORK OF THE WEST

IT IS BEEF TUESDAY! A pending cow-calf purchase will bring an exposed Mama cow with a bull calf on her side. The calf is fullblood, pending DNA confirmation for registration. A question asked for registration, "What is the calf's name." My thought, there's a FB post in that question.

How Rodeo Bulls Get Named - AG INFORMATION NETWORK OF THE WEST How do those stock contractors come up with all the wierd bull names?

Hot Blood, Warm Blood, Cold Blood in Horses - Kentucky Equine Research 11/01/2022

Hot Blood, Warm Blood, Cold Blood in Horses - Kentucky Equine Research

IT ISN'T EQUINE MONDAY! Nope, I missed it. But, nonetheless here is an interesting article about Hot Blood, Cold, Blood, and Warm Blood horses. Thank you, Kyla and KER: tps://ker.com/equinews/hot-blood-warm-blood-cold-blood-horses/

Hot Blood, Warm Blood, Cold Blood in Horses - Kentucky Equine Research Have you ever heard the term “cold-blooded” for a horse? If someone in your boarding barn is talking about a new horse and says it’s a warmblood, what does that mean? Since all horses are mammals and are therefore physiologically warm-blooded, the designations don’t initially make sense.

Lowering pond's water in winter is easy, useful | Mississippi State University Extension Service 10/28/2022

Lowering pond's water in winter is easy, useful | Mississippi State University Extension Service

IT'S POND & PASTURE FRIDAY! Well, barely . . . Lowering your ponds water level in winter may not be for everyone but there are some plusses to letting cold air do some pond management for you.

Lowering pond's water in winter is easy, useful | Mississippi State University Extension Service MISSISSIPPI STATE -- Most people think of pond fishing and management as a warm weather affair, but there is much to do -- and catch -- during the cooler months of the year. Winter drawdown can be a useful tool for the farm pond manager, if done properly. It poses no threat to the fish population an...

10/28/2022

Healthy soil is essential for growing healthy plants. Want to learn more? Check out 4 the Soil's resources and podcast, or swing by our office in Leesburg at 750 Miller Dr. (Suite F-3) to pick up your soil testing kit.

Pictured: Healthy h**p plants and roots at Cannabreezeh**p. Look at those roots!

Goat Fact Sheets 10/27/2022

Goat Fact Sheets

IT'S GOAT AND SHEEP THURSDAY (evening)! I was looking for goat fun facts but I'm supposed to use land-grant information, my searches came up empty. I did find this though: Goat Fact Sheets from Cornell. Great Info for farm families:

Goat Fact Sheets Goat Fact SheetsOwning a goat can be a big responsibility.Use these fact sheets to learn more about goats, decide if a goat project is right for you, and start to make a plan for the care and well-being of your goat.Before embarking on a goat project, youth should discuss the idea with their 4-H edu...

Small Scale Pasture Pork Videos Available 10/26/2022

Small Scale Pasture Pork Videos Available

IT'S PORK WEDNESDAY. This week, we spotlight small-scale pork production videos created by Ohio State University. Part I is an introduction and reviews considerations for raising pasture pork. Part II focuses on challenges to pasture pork production, while Part III looks into feeds and feeding strategies. The series concludes with Part IV covering swine housing types in pasture pork production. Enjoy:

Small Scale Pasture Pork Videos Available OSU’s Small Farm Team just released a series of videos addressing small scale pasture pork production. These short videos are available to view below or on our YouTube channel where all of ou…

10/25/2022

VCE Loudoun and Loudoun County Economic Development extend our thanks to Jeff and Justin at Cannabreezeh**p for hosting this year's annual Loudoun County H**p Group Meeting. We appreciated connecting with colleagues, learning about pest management, and touring the lab & farm.

Crossbreeding Systems for Beef Cattle | Mississippi State University Extension Service 10/25/2022

Crossbreeding Systems for Beef Cattle | Mississippi State University Extension Service

IT'S BEEF TUESDAY! Why Crossbreed? There are two primary advantages to crossbreeding . . . . Read More:

Crossbreeding Systems for Beef Cattle | Mississippi State University Extension Service Breeding and genetic management is an essential part of operational decision making, with decisions notably impacting profitability. Commercial cattle producers face input cost management decisions every year. Likewise, they must decide on practices that affect productivity and returns. A well desig...

Photos from Virginia Cooperative Extension - Loudoun's post 10/25/2022

Equipment WISE & Cattle WISE, held last weekend at VA Tech's Kentland Farm was a tremendously successful two-day program for more than two-dozen women. The instructors and assistants included VCE extension agents and VSU educators, FFA teachers/advisors, DOF foresters, VA Tech faculty, and an artificial insemination technician. Below are photos of tractor operation and trailer backing 101. https://sites.google.com/view/virginiawomeninagriculture/wia-cattle-wise

When Your Horse Refuses Hay: An Owner’s Checklist - Kentucky Equine Research 10/24/2022

When Your Horse Refuses Hay: An Owner’s Checklist - Kentucky Equine Research

IT'S EQUINE MONDAY! Well, what's left of it anyway. So what do you do when Dobbin turns his nose up at the hay you're serving up? Read more: https://ker.com/equinews/when-your-horse-refuses-hay-an-owners-checklist/

Thank you Kyla and KER.

When Your Horse Refuses Hay: An Owner’s Checklist - Kentucky Equine Research Several issues may be at play when a horse backs off its hay. To help identify the root concern, consider this checklist of questions.

Photos from Virginia Cooperative Extension - Loudoun's post 10/24/2022

VCE agents and other experts partner to present Equipment: WISE (Women Increasing Skills & Education). Instruction for women by women. These photos show the small-engine troubleshooting class. With the right support (and much is needed) VCE-Loudoun would like to bring this instruction to the Northern Piedmont.

10/24/2022

Interested in getting connected with folks in the local agricultural scene? Want to check out the latest digital technologies to improve your operations? On Wednesday, November 16th, join VCE Loudoun at the Virginia Tech Middleburg Agricultural Research and Extension Center for Ag-Tech Field Day. Join us any time between 10am – 3pm. Learn more at: bit.ly/AgTechVA2022

Registration is not required, but to stay connected with event updates, sign up at loudoun.gov/agtechfieldday.

10/24/2022

Interested in growing mushrooms? Tomorrow is your last chance to sign up for Specialty Mushrooms Cultivation 101. VCE Loudoun's Beth Sastre is collaborating with PennState Extension to host this event. They will discuss the cultivation of shiitake, oysters, lion’s mane, and maitake. Sign up at https://bit.ly/3Eu4RV8.

10/22/2022

Learn how you can extend your garden with fall landscapes and cool weather vegetables with VCE Loudoun Master Gardeners' Sandy Smallwod. Join us at Rust Library this Sunday!

10/20/2022

Interested in getting started with hydroponics? VCE Loudoun's Beth Sastre is teaming up with PennState Extension to offer Hydroponics Growers School 101. Learn about which vegetables are best suited for hydroponic growing, practical growing methods, useful equipment, and food safety. Sign up at bit.ly/3DfIHVt

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