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  1. Corn Silage Best Management Practices

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    reduce losses during feed out. There are two main types of silage inoculants; lactic acid bacteria (LAB ... ) and bacteria that produce acetic and propionic acid, bacteria species L. buchneri.  Which to use?  LAB ...

  2. Vacations

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    This morning on the news, I happened to overhear that according to a survey, (I missed which one), ... this opportunity to make your plans for the summer?  Taking care of yourself and your health, is ...

  3. Canning Summer Tomatoes

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    Are you ready for tomatoes and peppers fresh from the garden? I love it when the summer bounty ... information on Salsa’s that I thought you might enjoy. Fresh salsa is a delicious summer treat. It is ... a healthy food option that adds color and zest to family meals and it is also a great choice for summer ...

  4. Wet Forages pose risk of barn fires

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    These bacteria cause the internal temperature of hay bales to escalate, and can stay warm for up to 40 ... https://forages.osu.edu/news/how-speed-hay-drying. Proper storage involves the following: When stacking and storing high moisture hay, allow for more ...

  5. Three Delicious Ways to Enjoy National Blueberry Month

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    difficult to separate later. Looking for some new dishes to try out this summer? Check out these dishes and ... can do. Have fun making memories this summer! Sara Meeks is an OSU Extension Family & Consumer ...

  6. Minimize Forage Ash Content

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    Forage ash content comes from both internal and external sources.  Internal sources include ... forage.  An average internal ash content for alfalfa is around 8 percent and for grass forages around ...

  7. The Cost of Food Preservation

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    your seeds or to purchase plants and realize the joy that comes from growing your own summer produce.  ...

  8. Schedule a Breeding Soundness Exam

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    scrotal size and shape), an internal and external examination of the reproductive tract, and semen ... inflammation, foreskin adhesions, warts, abscesses and penile deviations. The internal examination is conducted ... to detect any abnormalities in the internal reproductive organs.  Ask your veterinarian about the ...

  9. Forage and Feed Sampling

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    they should be sampled and sent to a lab for chemical analysis. Recently I had an opportunity to attend ... a ruminant nutrition workshop sponsored by Rock River Lab.  Dr. Bill Weiss, dairy and ruminant nutrition ... matters. It is important to keep in mind that the small amounts of forage sent into the lab for analysis ...

  10. Adjusting to the New Normal

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    you have heard or watched your fill of the news, turn it off. It might be helpful to put on your ...

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