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  1. Selling home-baked foods: when do you need a license?

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/blog/fri-01272023-1016am/selling-home-baked-foods-when-do-you-need-license

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  2. Planning for the Future of Your Farm Resources

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/node/1635

    Planning for the Future of Your Farm Resources Farm Succession Planning (January 23 & 30, 2023) Video Link from Session #1  (January 23, 2023) Video Link from Session #2 (January 30, 2023) Planning for the Future of Your Family Farm Planning & Dis ...

  3. Starting a Food Business

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/our-library/food-law/starting-food-business

    Resources from the Starting a Food Business Webinar Series Webinar 1:  Start-up Basics Webinar recording Program slides Download PPT slides Food safety resources How Do You Know if Your Food is Safe to Sell? Food Preservation Methods Home Kitchen Basics K ...

  4. Need help starting a food business?

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/news/need-help-starting-food-business

    Join us for a free, three-part webinar series in 2023 on "Starting a Food Business."   Our OSU team will introduce you to what you need to know about selling your farm-raised and home-based food products directly to consumers and retailers.  Det ...

  5. Excess Fertilizer Tax Strategy

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/blog/tue-01242023-1205pm/excess-fertilizer-tax-strategy

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  6. Sarah Orlando named 2022 Raymond A. Schindler Excellence in Community Development Extension Award Recipient

    https://comdev.osu.edu/news/sarah-orlando-named-2022-raymond-schindler-excellence-community-development-extension-award

    On December 7, during the OSU Extension Annual Conference awards ceremony, Sarah Orlando was presented the Raymond A. Schindler Excellence in Community Development Extension Award. Since joining Ohio State University Extension, Ohio Sea Grant as a Program ...

  7. Row Spacing

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4451

    In Ohio, most soybeans are planted in narrow rows (7.5- to 15-inch). Soybeans grown in narrow rows produce more grain because they capture more sunlight energy, which drives photosynthesis. Within limits, as sunlight interception increases, so does yield. ...

  8. Variety Selection

    https://agcrops.osu.edu/node/4450

    Most soybean varieties have genetic yield potentials well over 100 bushels per acre. A variety’s adaptability to the environment and production system where it will be used sets the yield potential of the production system. The quality of the weather duri ...

  9. Two more large-scale solar projects in Ohio turned down due to community opposition

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/blog/fri-01202023-403pm/two-more-large-scale-solar-projects-ohio-turned-down-due-community

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  10. Dealing with the risk of long-term care

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/news/dealing-risk-long-term-care

    Do you worry about how long-term care could affect your farm?  Robert Moore examines long-term care needs and risks in our newest publication, and offers legal strategies for protecting farm assets.  Read Long-Term Care and the Farm here. Long-term health ...

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