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  1. Farmers: Focus On Small Grain Silage Harvested, Stored Properly

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/farmers-focus-small-grain-silage-harvested-stored-properly

    the importance of homegrown, high-quality feed and dairy profitability.  Cassie Yost and Tim Beck from ... forage for their rations but could conclude that they were also above average at producing high quality ... A Virus, formerly known as High Pathogenic Avian Influenza in dairy cattle, has slowed.  The animal health ...

  2. Ag Lender Seminars

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/events/ag-lender-seminars

    lenders and enhance the working relationship between OSU Extension and Ag Lenders. The agenda is based on ... evaluations from previous seminars, input from lenders and Agricultural Extension Educators on high priority ...

  3. Capstone students contribute to space research

    https://fabe.osu.edu/news/capstone-students-contribute-space-research

    guided the project members to reduce biofilm growth by testing a variety of materials with antimicrobial ... Pathology to revise their testing methods, leading to the design and 3D printing of an apparatus to test how ... oxygen sensors need to be developed and tested thoroughly to ensure that astronauts are eating healthy, ...

  4. Graduate student funded to harness remote sensing and AI technology for precision agriculture

    https://fabe.osu.edu/news/graduate-student-funded-harness-remote-sensing-and-ai-technology-precision-agriculture

    information from high-resolution images captured through a small Unmanned Aerial System, or sUAS. Currently in ... I have been privileged to work in a highly collaborative laboratory environment." Going forward, she ... during the upcoming summer. This project aims to assess the significance of both high-resolution and ...

  5. Faculty, staff, and students honored at the 2024 CFAES Research Forum

    https://fabe.osu.edu/news/faculty-staff-and-students-honored-2024-cfaes-research-forum

    Bernstein Analyzing How the Agriculture Microbiome Impacts Soil Carbon Stability under Different Management ... low-level ammonia concentrations at downwind locations of poultry layer production facilities Third Place- ...

  6. Change in Ohio law creates new “low risk” license for mobile food vendors

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/blog/thu-04252024-724am/change-ohio-law-creates-new-%E2%80%9Clow-risk%E2%80%9D-license-mobile-food-vendors

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  7. John Yost Joins Our Team and Toxic Levels of Hay Nitrates

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/john-yost-joins-our-team-and-toxic-levels-hay-nitrates

    feed, and levels between 1000 and 2100 ppm should be safe for non-pregnant livestock.  Nitrate levels of ... indicate that nitrate levels in some stands, are approaching a range of 1700 ppm which is acutely toxic to ... flash graze pastures to keep the animals from grazing too close to the soil level and delaying harvest ...

  8. Jam-packed Schedules Can Impact Mental Health

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/jam-packed-schedules-can-impact-mental-health

    make the wheels fall off the bus. Margin: The space between load and limits In his book, “Margin: ... describes margin this way: “Margin is the space between our load and our limits. It is the amount allowed ... situations. Margin is the gap between rest and exhaustion, the space between breathing freely and ...

  9. Key To Corn Success Is Getting It In The Ground Properly

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/key-corn-success-getting-it-ground-properly

    statement has stood the test of time, and that the simplistic tips from 20 years ago still hold true today.  ... program is $50, which covers the manual, a grazing stick, and program supplies.  To register for any of ...

  10. Common Plant Names Cause Common Misconceptions

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/common-plant-names-cause-common-misconceptions

    with highly invasive non-native plants simply because of overlapping common names. This can lead to ... mention of the name, or really any plant name that crosses over between native and non-native invasives. ...

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