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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. Planting and Soil Temperature

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/planting-and-soil-temperature

    Soil Temperatures Key to Corn Planting Everyone views risk differently. Some individuals are more ... get damaged by insects, wildlife, or possibly rot. While 50 degrees is the soil temperature needed for ... next day. The point is, even if the soil temperature today is over 50, it only takes a couple more days ...

  3. Soil Health Management

    https://soilhealth.osu.edu/soil-health-management

    Think about additional equipment, risk, or testing expenses; and realize that many soil improvements ... Set Reasonable Soil Health Goals The first step to soil health management is assessing your ... current soil health and identifying what properties need to be maintained or improved. Then set up soil ...

  4. Living a Marginal Life

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/living-marginal-life-0

    Swenson, M.D. describes margin: “Margin is the space between our load and our limits. It is the amount ... situations. Margin is the gap between rest and exhaustion, the space between breathing freely and suffocating. ...

  5. Increased Fertilizer Applications May Not Increase Yield or Profits

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/increased-fertilizer-applications-may-not-increase-yield-or-profits

    Unfortunately, some nutrients will escape our soils regardless of the level of management. Some slowly leach down ... and then using soil test results are also key in reducing nutrient losses. Now, let’s discuss Rory’s ... field research plots, which only focused on nitrogen levels in the soil (but the principle also applies ...

  6. Drewry represents Ohio State in COALESCE; Research team receives $7 million NSF grant

    https://fabe.osu.edu/news/drewry-represents-ohio-state-coalesce-research-team-receives-7-million-nsf-grant

    agricultural stress and yield in order to better inform the practices of highly precise technologies.  by Chip ...

  7. FABE Open House

    https://fabe.osu.edu/events/fabe-open-house

    Tuesday, August 31 between 4:00- 7:00 p.m. at the Agricultural Engineering Building. Featuring free food, ...

  8. Fair Entry Process for Animal Exhibitors- Action Required- Due Sept. 13th

    https://brown.osu.edu/news/fair-entry-process-animal-exhibitors-action-required-due-sept-13th

    that some of your animals may change between now and fair, so it is ok if you “enter” an animal that ...

  9. Home

    https://soilhealth.osu.edu/home

    engineering, chemistry, and many other disciplines. This site focuses primarily on soils as a growing medium ... Soil Health is… Holistic.  S oil health considers chemical, physical, and biological properties, ... which are interrelated and equally important. Feeding the soil, not the plant. Sustainable agricultural ...

  10. Preserve Forage Quality with Baleage

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/preserve-forage-quality-baleage

    as optimal moisture content is between 40 and 60 percent rather than the 12-20 percent for dry hay. ... acids and improves digestibility of the forage. When harvesting forages, there is a sweet spot between ... forage quality and yield. When quality is high, yield would be quite low as the plant is still relatively ...

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