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  1. soils workshop

    https://fabe.osu.edu/node/5479

    200 (Wooster) Steve Culman Wednesday, February 22, 2017- 8:30am to 3:30pm ...

  2. Milk Prices Flatten as Milk Output Stays in High Gear!

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-2-issue-2/milk-prices-flatten-milk-output-stays-high-gear

    WHEW! In my April report (put out March 25th) I stated that the March BFP would come in at $11.57 and explained what was behind the significant decline in the February BFP. For March I was off by only 5 cents and I can live with it! Now let's turn ou ...

  3. Zoning Law

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/our-library/zoning-law

    not prove that more than 50% of his gross income from the operation of the farm market was derived ...

  4. Soil Drainage Research Unit Staff Meeting

    https://fabe.osu.edu/node/5347

    219 Tuesday, November 15, 2016- 9:00am to 12:00pm ...

  5. SENR- Soil Health Workshop

    https://fabe.osu.edu/node/5346

    200 (Wooster) Stefanie Richardson.972 @osu.edu Monday, November 14, 2016- 8:15am to 1:00pm ...

  6. Soil Drainage Research Unit 2017 Budget Meeting

    https://fabe.osu.edu/node/4939

    245 Tuesday, June 21, 2016 (All day) ...

  7. Volunteering Is Good for the Soul

    https://butler.osu.edu/news/volunteering-good-soul

    County.  The program is a partnership between the Butler County Juvenile Justice, the Ohio State Highway ...

  8. Harvesting Your Own Garden Seeds

    https://butler.osu.edu/news/harvesting-your-own-garden-seeds

    are high and there is good air circulation around the drying seed heads and pods.  The key is to avoid ...

  9. MFCs- Basic Information

    https://fabe.osu.edu/mfcfacts

    design, and testing. Final report for ASAE’s G.B. Gunlogson Student Environmental Design Competition. Ohio ...

  10. Health study to look for links between disease, land formation

    https://fst.osu.edu/news/health-study-look-links-between-disease-land-formation

    Some areas of Ohio are riddled with karst, a layer of cracked and eroded rock a few feet below ground. Other areas, particularly in eastern Ohio, are pocked with abandoned coal mines whose entrances and air shafts puncture the ground. Both these natural a ...

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