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  1. Ohio Fair Managers Conference

    https://ross.osu.edu/events/ohio-fair-managers-conference

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  2. New Year's Day- Office Closed

    https://ross.osu.edu/events/new-years-day-office-closed

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  3. Farm Bill Decision Meeting

    https://ross.osu.edu/events/farm-bill-decision-meeting

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  4. 2020 Farm Bill

    https://ross.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/2020-farm-bill

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  5. Market Beef Weigh In

    https://ross.osu.edu/events/market-beef-weigh

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  6. "Get Your Elves In A Row!!" Email Challenge

    https://morrow.osu.edu/news/get-your-elves-row-email-challenge

    Join the "Get Your Elves In A Row!" Email Wellness Challenge!  You will receive two weekly emails sent directly to you from your OSU Extension- Morrow County Family & Consumer Sciences Educator, Candace Heer.  Click on the link below for all ...

  7. The Mask You Live In Screening

    https://franklin.osu.edu/events/mask-you-live-screening

    Join us for a FREE community screening of The Mask You Live In. Light refreshments provided and film followed by a Q&A discussion.  Seating is limited. Register now at  bit.ly/COL-OSUmask. Questions? Email Claire Houpt at ClaireH@LetMeRun.org. Event i ...

  8. 2019 Combating Compaction

    https://ross.osu.edu/news/2019-combating-compaction

    Learn how to minimize compaction and maximize soil productivity from industry and academic experts. ...

  9. Get Your Elves in a Row!

    https://ross.osu.edu/news/get-your-elves-row

    Join the Get Your Elves in a Row!6-week Email wellness challenge for healthy living tips and encouragement to help you make the most of this holiday season. Email wellness messages will be delivered to your in-box twice a week. ...

  10. Where’s the Bean? Missing Seed in Soybean Pods

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-38/where%E2%80%99s-bean-missing-seed-soybean-pods

    As soybean harvest progresses, a few growers are noticing poor yields in otherwise nice-looking plants and pods. While a visual inspection might lead to high estimations of seed quality, the inside may contain shrunken, shriveled or, even worse, missing s ...

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