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  1. Manure Application to Alfalfa

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-6-issue-4/manure-application-alfalfa

    manure on established alfalfa. Applications on frozen soils run the risk of large nutrient runoff losses, ... can lead to unacceptably high potassium levels in the forage. Soil test results are an essential tool ... timing strategies for applying manure to alfalfa and each has its advantages and risks. Careful ...

  2. Milk Production and Consumption

    https://dairy.osu.edu/resources/milk-production-and-consumption

              Milk Production & Consumption National Agricultural Statistics Service Ohio ... Agricultural Statistics USDA Agricultural Marketing Service, Milk Marketings and Utilization International ...

  3. Ninety-five Percent Approval Rating for Dairy Housing and Animal Care from Consumers Who Have Been Down on the Farm!

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-20-issue-1/ninety-five-percent-approval-rating-dairy-housing

    Agriculture, Food and Markets attracted 3,009 and 550 participants, respectively at dairy farms with 700 cows ... transparent look at modern agriculture. One primary reason for increased trust is that the public can see how ... have heard about agriculture’s impact on the environment. They learn how farmers are working hard to ...

  4. Johne's Disease Testing Options: What has Changed?

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-9-issue-3/johnes-disease-testing-options-what-has-changed

    the Voluntary Bovine Johne's Control Program.  Veterinarians still administer risk assessments ... important one, is that the Ohio Department of Agriculture has been required to begin charging substantial ... veterinarians in helping them to assess their risks and to develop a sound management strategy.  The good news ...

  5. What are LEAP and OFAER?

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-5-issue-3/what-are-leap-and-ofaer

    Resources' (ODNR) Division of Soil & Water Conservation, United States Department of Agriculture ... participate in LEAP 2 obtain soil fertility tests and manure nutrient analyses, which are two very important ... 2 training session is required of farmers who wish to become eligible recipients for agricultural pollution ...

  6. Milk Volume or Components: What Should You Aim For?

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-6-issue-4/milk-volume-or-components-what-should-you-aim

    late summer. 1. Apply lime and fertilizer according to soil test and control problem perennial weeds ... ahead of seeding. Be careful with herbicide selection because some have residual soil activity and will ... completed several weeks ahead of seeding so rains can settle the soil before final seedbed preparation. ...

  7. OARDC announces award winners at annual conference

    https://alumni.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/newsletter/cfaes-connect/may-2016/cfaes-news/oardc-announces-award-winners-annual-conference

    Hoekstra, Entomology, “The Influence of Soil Nutrients and Metal Burdens on Community Composition in Urban ... Agriculture-funded national project to develop integrated management programs for FHB and its associated toxin, ... Michel, Department of Entomology; and Rouf Mian, formerly with the USDA’s Agricultural Research Service ...

  8. Cost of Production Records: The First Key to Marketing Management

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-3-issue-6/cost-production-records-first-key-marketing

    Marketing Specialist, Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics, Ohio State University, without ... a hundredweight of milk is key to formulating a good marketing risk management program. Cost of production ... etc. Only the actual costs of producing milk should be included. In today's agricultural ...

  9. Facilities and Equipment

    https://dairy.osu.edu/resources/facilities-and-equipment

        Agricultural Equipment Compost Dairy Barns Midwest Plan Service Public Utilities Commission of ...

  10. Protecting Teat Skin During Winter

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-7-issue-6/protecting-teat-skin-during-winter

    Temperature. Wind chill temperatures of less than-25 o F put teats at extreme risk to freezing and frost bite. ... cold, quitting dipping for one or two milkings may be a realistic route to reduce the risk of cold ... weather damage. However, because omitting post dip application will increase the risk of spreading ...

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