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  1. Livestock Need Good Quality Drinking Water

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/livestock-need-good-quality-drinking-water

    can tell you if the feedstuff is low, medium or high quality.  Do you know how your livestock water ... but levels below 3000 ppm are generally considered safe to drink.  Nitrates and sulfates should be ... nitrates the level in water should be below 20 ppm as long as feedstuffs contain low nitrate levels.  With ...

  2. Partners Gather to Kickoff Pilot Watershed Project

    https://fabe.osu.edu/news/partners-gather-kickoff-pilot-watershed-project

    quality changes in a productive agricultural watershed. The project will evaluate soil health, nutrient ... Bowling Green State University will lead research to examine soil health in the watershed and identify ... project.  Doug Deardorff,  resource conservationist with Hardin Soil and Water Conversation District serves ...

  3. Sarah McNulty

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    a high-protein animal feed product from the fermentation of methane by methylotrophic bacteria in a bioreactor. ...

  4. Meet Lorrayne Miralha: New FABE Faculty Member

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    a non-traditional family as far as education goes, so after high school, she worked different jobs. "Because of ... my English skills, I started doing freelance jobs for oil companies after high school, and at one of ... English test, passed, and began the second half of her undergraduate career at Oregon State University ...

  5. Sufficient Copper Matters For Your Goats

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    when the soil has low levels of copper their bodies are not able to absorb the copper. Goats can also ... much copper is available to your goats you can get a soil test done and get your forage tested. Rock ... River Laboratory located in Wooster offers soil and forage testing. The Wayne County Extension Office ...

  6. Tips To Keep Livestock Cool

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    at high risk of heat stress. Signs of heat stress you should be familiar with include panting, ... capacities should be reduced 85% to increase air flow between animals. If you must stop, park the trailer in ...

  7. OSU Extension Wayne County Fair Programming Schedule

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    11:30am Eagles Among Us- John Lorson, Wayne County Soil and Water Conservation District program manager ...

  8. Ph.D. Candidate receives CREF university scholarship

    https://fabe.osu.edu/news/phd-candidate-receives-cref-university-scholarship

    resistance, can support farmers. The compost was tested on both sand-based soil and high clay-based soil to ...

  9. National Relaxation Day Provides A Healthy List Of Reasons To Relax

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    practice. * Relaxation also lowers a risk of a stroke, which is really an attack on our brain. Deep ... Additional other health reasons include, reducing your risk of breast cancer and your recovery time if you ... have breast cancer and decreasing the feelings of depression.  Levels of cortisol increase when we are ...

  10. Summer Can Be Hard On A Diabetic; Here Are Tips To Keep You Cool

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    items to treat low blood sugar with you. Though diabetes is associated with high blood sugar levels ... monitoring of blood sugar levels is recommended. Insulin and oral diabetes medicines should not be stored in ... insulin pumps and test strips. Drink water, carry emergency snack, avoid extreme temperatures Cleveland ...

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