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  1. Corn Stalks Provide Another Grazing Option

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/corn-stalks-provide-another-grazing-option

    Over the past several weeks, a considerable amount of corn has been harvested for grain.  The corn ... is necessary to limit corn intake.   The key is to increase the stocking density.  Generally, this is ... density increases, selectivity decreases.  Livestock are forced to eat more of the forage portion of the ...

  2. Increased Dairy Cow Productivity and Reduced Environmental Impact

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/increased-dairy-cow-productivity-and-reduced-environmental-impact

    increased efficiency of the inputs required to produce milk, there were also reductions in waste products.  ... dairy cattle industry on environmental impacts between 2007 and 2017” provides a picture of increased ... modeling and analysis to measure the increased efficiency of the dairy cow over this time period. In a time ...

  3. 2020 Pesticide and Fertilizer Recertification Programs

    https://wayne.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/2020-pesticide-and-fertilizer-recertification

    apply restricted use pesticides are required to attend 3 hours of recertification training every 3 years ... application, safety, rules and regulations), 1: Grain and Cereal Field Crops, 2: Forage Crops and Livestock, 3: ... training.  This is in addition to the $30 required by ODA for license renewal.  Two separate fees.  The cost ...

  4. 2020 Ag Outlook Meeting

    https://wayne.osu.edu/program-areas/agriculture-and-natural-resources/2020-ag-outlook-meeting

    challenges and difficult harvest conditions.  We are certainly glad to put 2019 in our rearview mirror.  ... cost is only $12/person.  Pre-registration is required to the Wayne County Extension office by January ...

  5. Challenges of Drying Higher Moisture Corn

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/challenges-drying-higher-moisture-corn

    of 15.5% will require propane and a grain dryer.  a common estimate is that is takes 0.02 gallons of ... propane to remove 1% point from a bushel of grain. If your corn is averaging 25% at harvest, you will need ... in high temperature dryers. The high moisture corn will spend more time in the dryer, increasing its ...

  6. Processed Meats Product Show

    https://agnr.osu.edu/events/processed-meats-product-show

    properly labled. The students all developed a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points safety plan, and ...

  7. Healthy Living Resources Telecasts

    https://fcs.osu.edu/news/healthy-living-resources-telecasts

    program specialists that focuses on health, wellness, and the impact that stress has on our lives. Whether ... Detoxing – Episode Ten Summer Safety – Episode Nine PROSPER Ohio – Episode Eight Benefits of Credit Unions ...

  8. Milk Quality Workshop December 6, 2019

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/milk-quality-workshop-december-6-2019

    Emphasis is increasingly placed on milk quality.  One of the primary indicators of milk quality ... and pre-registration is required by November 29.  Cost is $10/person, which includes lunch and handout ...

  9. Processing Venison

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    F or below) before canning or freezing. Freezing venison in vacuum-sealed packaging increases the risk ...

  10. Hay Sampling

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/hay-sampling

    general categories and predict animal performance requires a forage chemical analysis.  This is a good ... presents a challenge.  Does the hay meet the animal’s nutrient requirement?  If not, how much ... requirements. The key to getting reliable forage test results depends upon sending a good, representative sample ...

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