Changes Ahead with Potential El Niño
After a dry late summer and autumn of 2022, winter turned wetter to offset that dry period. However, in April 2023, we turned a bit drier again. The main thing we need to monitor closely now is a rapidly developing event in the eastern equatorial Pacific ...
Interested in Soil Health? Learn together with OSU Extension
Improving soil health (SH) can provide a variety of benefits including improved water infiltration, increased water holding capacity, and increased nutrient availability. However, it can be challenging to quantify these benefits in the field. With funding ...
Forage Maturity Across Ohio
Warm weather this spring especially over the last couple of weeks has rapidly progressed forage maturity. Harvesting forages at the proper time for the livestock you are feeding is critical to farm profitability. Poor quality forages must be supplemented ...
Shonna Smith appointed as a National Officer at the 2023 MANRRS National Conference
Appointed as the 2023-2024 Region ll Graduate Vice President at the 2023 MANRRS National Conference. ...
Kirsten Clark Exit Seminar Exploring the cause of negative production responses on feeding corn dried distillers’ grain to lactating dairy cows.
Kirsten Clark, advised by Dr. Chanhee Lee will be presenting her research seminar. Exploring the cause of negative production responses on feeding corn dried distillers’ grain to lactating dairy cows. When: 9am Wednesday June 14, 2023 Where: Gerlaugh Hall ...
NexGen EAP Total Wellbeing
New program offers help for small businesses Kenton, OH. — A new program for small businesses will mean access to valuable counseling and recovery services for thousands of employees across the region. The Mental Health and Recovery Services Board is part ...
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Hardin County 4-H May Newsletter
Hardin County 4-H Educator, Amanda Raines is sharing upcoming information with our 4-H families in the May 4-H Newsletter. She will be providing a newsletter monthly throughout the summer with information and upcoming activities. MAY NEWSLETTER ...
We are still very early, but if crop stands are a concern…
We are still early, but if you planted in April or the first few days of May, soil conditions have been wet and cold in many parts of the state. Early plantings, cold air/soil temperatures, and precipitation cause slow progress in corn and soybean. In Fig ...