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Livestock Safety and Care After Storms – Extension Daily

Severe weather can cause a great deal of stress and problems for livestock, as well as producers. In a moment’s notice, storms can rip through a facility, causing damage and possible animal injuries or deaths. Producers must have a plan to ensure the safety and care of their livestock after a storm.

Source: Livestock Safety and Care After Storms – Extension Daily

Alabama Extension Offers Tax Bill Workshops for Farmers – Extension Daily

Alabama farmers can learn more about how the new tax law affects them individually and their farming operation at tax bill workshops from Alabama Extension’s Agribusiness Management Team.

Source: Alabama Extension Offers Tax Bill Workshops for Farmers – Extension Daily

Extension iBook Helps You Prepare for Storms and Clean-Up After They Pass – Extension Daily

            Almost two months remain in the 2017 hurricane season, and  every Alabama family needs to prepare for hurricane and other types of storms

Source: Extension iBook Helps You Prepare for Storms and Clean-Up After They Pass – Extension Daily

Citizens of Lee County “What are your needs?”

Lee County Grassroots Needs Assessment

I would like to thank you in advance for taking the time to let us know your needs so we can better satisfy the needs of Lee County.

The Alabama Cooperative Extension System wants your help to plan programs that address county needs. Please take about 10 minutes to complete the following planning questions.

You will not be identified unless you give us your contact information at the end of the survey. Your answers will be combined with other stakeholders’ answers. Results will be used to create a program plan for the county. We certainly appreciate and value your input; however, your participation in this survey is optional.

You may stop at any point in the survey, and you may skip questions that you do not want to answer. If you have questions or concerns regarding the survey, please contact your county Extension office.

Tara Barr County Extension Coordinator
334-749-3353