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OSU Extension Heifer Program Seeing Success
The purpose of this program is to take what has been successful in other state replacement heifer ...
On-Farm Savings Not Hard to Come By, If You Know Where to Look
necessary to break up compacted soil. "The deeper you go, the more power it takes," said Reeder. ...
Hog Industry Issues Addressed At Upcoming Conference
Development Economics, will take place at various locations throughout Ohio from Nov. 18-Dec. 16. Brian Roe, ...
Properly Manage Glyphosate for Best Weed Control
can take is properly managing glyphosate, said Stachler. "If you don't properly manage ...
Iceland President Focuses on Green Energy During Ohio State Visit
leading the world to the brink and if we do not take action in due course, we will be in deep trouble-- ...
Career Choice of Researcher a Benefit to Millions
available. It's about taking fragile soils prone to degradation and increasing production through their ...
Take an IPM Approach to Preventing Wheat Disease
February 11, 2008 WOOSTER, Ohio-- As spring approaches, along with the subsequent "green-up" of Ohio's wheat crop, growers are looking to prevent the development and spread of barley yellow dwarf virus. The virus, which is transmitted by ...
Farmers Can Take Steps to Decrease Manure Pathogens in Runoff
January 14, 2010 WOOSTER, Ohio – By following a few simple recommendations, farmers who apply manure as a fertilizer to their no-till field can decrease the chance that pathogens end up in runoff and pose environmental and health hazards. Ohio State Uni ...
Family Fundamentals: Increasing emotional intelligence takes practice (for September 2007)
September 17, 2007 My son is smart, but his grades are falling because he doesn't do his homework. He's in the sixth grade. Is this a phase? What can we do? It might be a phase, but it's one that deserves attention. Instead of focusing sole ...
Take Steps to Protect Livestock from Heat Stress
July 9, 2007 COLUMBUS, Ohio-- As summer progresses and the temperature rises, livestock producers should be mindful of stresses the heat can put on animals. Maurice Eastridge, an Ohio State University Extension dairy specialist, said that keeping livestoc ...