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Cultural Connections: Vietman
WOOSTER DIVERSITY COMMITTEE & FAES INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS Vietnam: A Jewel of the Far East Wooster ... the lab of Prof. Anne Dorrance. Currently in her last year of the PhD, she is studying the resistance ...
Farm Record Keeping Workshops Using Quicken
data entry, has internal accuracy checks and summarizes data? As farm size, income or debt increases, ... many farmers and lenders look for computer programs that allow fast data entry, have internal checks ...
2019 Junior Swine Day
Management -Don't rograstinate to Vaccinate!-Showmanship and OHPIGS: The Summer Show Circuit-Assuring Quality Care ...
Ohio State ATI Flower Shop and Greenhouse Holiday Sale
trees, all grown by Ohio State ATI greenhouse management students; potted plants grown by Greenhouse Club ... students; and holiday designs created by floral design and marketing students. Details: 330-287-1243. ...
Agricultural Policy and Outlook Conference
A DAY in the WOODS: Tree Shrub Identification
summer characteristics. More events at: ...
Processed Meats Product Show
9:15 am- 11:15 am A variety of meat products developed and produced by CFAES students will be ... properly labled. The students all developed a Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points safety plan, and ... beef, and beef pastrami. Students practice their final products at least once before the presentation. ...
Watters named International Certified Crop Adviser of the Year
University has been named the International Certified Crop Adviser of the Year. The annual award is presented ... for outstanding contributions to agronomy through education, national and international service, and ... production methods. The International Certified Crop Adviser of the Year Award is designed to annually ...
video The Egg: Ohio's Perfect Food! Your students have a viewing guide on pages 51 and 52 in the ... a Hygrometer Chick Quest Student Quiz 1- (Lessons 1-6) Chick Quest Student Quiz 2- (Lessons 7-18) 21-Day ...
Rainy days lead to muddy, thinner cows
their bodies, Grimes said. Ideally, in summer, farmers should scrape their feedlots, smoothing out areas ... it’s not raining to make the improvements to the lot—and last summer, that was tough. “The ground was ... saturated even in the summer,” Boyles said. “Then, the fall brought more rain, and there just weren’t a lot ...