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New Extension Member Hired to Assist with 4-H Dairy Programs
Ms. Bonnie Ayars, Dairy Judging Teams Coach and Extension Youth Specialist, The Ohio State University The Ohio 4-H Dairy Program has a new team member. Sherry Smith joined our Extension staff on September 1, 2013. She needs very little introduction to m ...
Controlling Flies on Farms
weight. Start feeding in early spring before flies begin to appear, and continue through the summer and ...
Protecting Income Over Feed Cost Margin on U.S. Dairy Farms
Agriculture Market News-Monthly Soybean Meal Price Report. The ration is based on nutritional requirements of ...
VOLUME 19, ISSUE 3
Summer Coliform Mastitis,
Dr. Normand St-Pierre, Dairy Management Specialist, Ohio State University (top of page) As I write this column, outside temperatures are well above 80 o F in Ohio and we are just in early May. Is this unusual? Well, considering that the average of our dai ...
Nothing Stands Still: High Moisture Corn and Corn Silage is Different in Summer than in the Fall and Winter
Dr. Bill Weiss, Dairy Nutrition Extension Specialist, The Ohio State University (top of page) pdf file The high moisture (HM) corn and corn silage fed today was made 9 or 10 months ago, and they are not the same feedstuffs as they were last winter. If H ...
Planting Small Grains in Late Summer and Autumn for Supplemental Forage
Mark Sulc, Professor and Interim Chair, Department of Horticulture and Crop Science and Stan Smith, Program Assistant, Fairfield County, Ohio State University Extension Dairy producers are looking to grow more forage this autumn and early next spring beca ...
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Pest and Disease Diagnostics for International Trade and Food Security: An International Short Course
Please see the Course Brochure or contact Nuris Acosta for more information ...
The Good News: Feed Costs Have Declined Over the Past Year
We’ve been tracking the cost of nutrients over the past three years, based on the estimates obtained from SesameIII predictions. Since last fall, the average cost of nutrients to feed a cow producing 75 lb/day of milk has decreased 70¢/day (Figure 1). ...
Volume 19, Issue 2