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  1. Holmes County Fair Books Available

    https://holmes.osu.edu/news/holmes-county-fair-books-available

    The 2016 Official Holmes County Fair Book is here! Visit our office at 75 E. Clinton St., Suite 109, Millersburg to get your copy! ...

  2. What's For Dinner Tonight?

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/whats-dinner-tonight

    What’s for dinner tonight?  For many of us planning meals, shopping and preparing food is something that we enjoy.  We may have learned from our moms or grandmothers, or maybe another family member served as the model for us as we learned the basics of me ...

  3. Developing a Farm Transition Plan

    https://wayne.osu.edu/events/developing-farm-transition-plan

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  4. Twilight Dairy Tour

    https://wayne.osu.edu/events/twilight-dairy-tour

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  5. Small Grains Field Day

    https://wayne.osu.edu/events/small-grains-field-day

    Flyer and Registration Form ...

  6. Small Ruminant Parasite Control and FAMACHA Workshop

    https://wayne.osu.edu/events/small-ruminant-parasite-control-and-famacha-workshop

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  7. Kids in the Kitchen!

    https://holmes.osu.edu/events/kids-kitchen

    June 7-9, 2016 9 A.M.- 12 P.M. Does your child like to help out in the kitchen? Do they want to learn more? Cooking is a life skill and everyone should learn the basics. This fun summer program is designed to teach kitchen safety, cooking skills, recipe r ...

  8. Wayne County 4-H Fun Fair

    https://wayne.osu.edu/events/wayne-county-4-h-fun-fair

    Fun Fair Flyer and Details! ...

  9. Scout for Alfalfa Weevil

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/scout-alfalfa-weevil

    I have gotten a few phone calls from growers who say they are seeing some spotty damage in their alfalfa fields caused by alfalfa weevil.  Due to our cool weather temperatures through this point in May, I would not expect much alfalfa weevil activity yet, ...

  10. Monitor Wheat for Risk of Head Scab

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/monitor-wheat-risk-head-scab

    This week Pierce Paul, OSU Extension wheat and corn pathologist, provides us advice on monitoring for risk of head scab.  Wheat is now heading out in some fields, and will likely begin flowering over the next two to three weeks. On average, it usually tak ...

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