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  1. What is Food Poisoning?

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/what-food-poisoning

    Each year, 1 in 6 Americans gets sick by consuming contaminated foods or beverages. Many different ... disease-causing microbes, or pathogens, can contaminate foods, so there are many different foodborne infections. ... Naturally occurring bacteria that you can’t see, smell, or taste can contaminate food at any point in food’s ...

  2. Control Poison Hemlock Now

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    heaving are wet, saturated clay soils with high shrink/swell potential, exposed to rapid freeze/thaw ... cycles.  During these conditions plants can be physically lifted (heaved) out of the soil exposing the ... In severe cases the plant can be heaved several inches or more out of the soil, breaking the taproot ...

  3. Alfalfa Weevil Scouting

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    County Extension Agricultural Updates The Wayne County Extension office is sending out regular ... information updates on current agricultural management practices, issues, and timely topics to our email ... across multiple agricultural enterprises.  If you are not receiving the updates, and would like to be ...

  4. Livestock Resources

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    Livestock production in an important part of agriculture in Wayne County. According to Ohio ... Department of Agriculture statistics, Wayne county ranks #1 in all cattle and calves, #1 in dairy cows, #3 in ...

  5. Emergency Disposal of Raw Milk

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    of Agriculture has published a fact sheet with guidelines regarding the emergency disposal of raw ...

  6. Winter Wheat Stand Assessment and Fertilization

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    temperature.  Typically, winter wheat is said to break dormancy once soil temperature has warmed to 39 F or ... increased when the manure was incorporated with a toolbar that shallowly opened the soil.  Even though there ... commercial fertilizer plots. Rory Lewandowski is an OSU Extension Agriculture & Natural Resources ...

  7. Transition Cow Management

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    be costly to treat. Milk fever can also lead to increased risk for metritis, ketosis, prolapsed ... uterus, displaced abomasum, and lower quality colostrum. Older cows are at higher risk. A healthy cow will ... Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources Program Assistant and may be reached at 330-264-8722. CFAES ...

  8. New Employee Paperwork and Reporting Requirements

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    School The 2020 Overholt Drainage School will be held March 9-12 at the Fairfield County Agricultural ... Agricultural Subsurface Drainage: System Design, Layout and Installation; Drainage Water Management: Controlled ... Harvesting; and Water Quality Improvement Practices for Midwest Agricultural Drainage. The Overholt Drainage ...

  9. Grazing Conference Highlights

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    The first Thursday session, “Maximizing Returns Through Soil Health/ Adaptive Grazing” with Kent ... potential to be mutually beneficial to the soil, forages, livestock, and farmer. Working backwards through ... season. Varying root structures help maintain a healthy soil profile. Mixed pastures also attract and work ...

  10. GAPs training has been cancelled

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/gaps-training-has-been-cancelled

    The Good Agricultural Practices GAPs training on April 8th has been cancelled.  Rescheduling date ...

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