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  1. 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 ...

  2. 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 ...

  3. 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 ...

  4. 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 ...

  5. Dr. Martha Belury

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    metabolism as regulated by interactions between adipose, liver and muscle tissues Elucidate mechanistic ... Body Composition and Cardiometabolic Disease Risk in Adults with NAFLD Martha Belury, PI United Soybean ... Survivors at Risk for Cognitive Impairment  Tonya Orchard, PI Role:  Martha Belury, Co-I Mediators of ...

  6. Planning Your Winter Annual Cereal Grain Forage Harvest

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    of maturity and in tonnage between species at the same maturity. On average most species put on half ... in tonnage with an average of 2.75 tons and a high of 5 tons. While tonnage is critical another ... important part of the risk management decision is how quality declines as the species matures, shown in ...

  7. Notes On Bacterial Canker and Tomato Pith- What To Look For

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    open Stems can appear swollen and contain many roots Optimal pith necrosis are cool nights, high ... plantings until the ground has warmed up. Upcoming events in Wayne County The Scoop on CAUV Soil Value ...

  8. Tips On How To Preserve Food Safely

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    the border of the pH level that allows botulism to survive. Therefore, it is recommended to add either ... a tested recipe. Our “go to” website for trusted recipes is the National Cetner for Home Food Preservation ...

  9. FST Special Edition Newsletter – 2023 Summer Graduation

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    the unity between grad students, a group of people who chose to go the extra mile to further their ... and high school studies I had the pleasure of working with. Abigail received her PhD and was advised ...

  10. Warm Temps Prompt Early Grazing, Soil Tests May Help

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    about soil testing and briefly about poison hemlock. “If you haven’t taken any soil tests on your ... Record. grazing Forage soil health soil testing Poison Hemlock ANR Agriculture and Natural Resources ... did it last fall. Fields that have had any hay taken off them should be tested more often and at least ...

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