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2019 Central Ohio Precision Ag Symposium
https://knox.osu.edu/news/central-ohio-precision-ag-symposium or contact the OSU Extension Office in Knox County at 740-397-0401 or AgInfoTech 740-507-2503. ...
Ohio Maple Days are coming, a chance to prep for syrup season
present a session called “Maple Nuggets” during which he’ll share additional news and updates and answer ...
3rd Dairy Cattle Welfare Symposium
will also include short oral presentations on dairy welfare-related research by students from ...
Living the Small Farm Dream: 2018 Northeast Ohio Small Farm Conference and Trade Show
Farm Conference and Trade Show is $60 for adults and $30 for students. The fee includes access to all ... attend both for a discounted rate of $100 for adults and $50 for students. Registration is available at ...
Cultivar Trial Gardens
maintenance. The cultivars are evaluated throughout the summer by staff, students, and volunteers for ... the seeds, to watering, to "adopting a bed" throughout the summer to keep them well ...
4-H in the Classroom
works with students in many different schools across Hamilton County, both during the school day and in ...
Using Virtual Reality to Promote Farm Safety
outreach education to farmers on grain handling safety. This summer, the C.A.R.T. was on tour across the ...
Ohio State Professor’s New Animal Welfare Designation Shows Compassion, Expertise
improve animal welfare on-farm. She also teaches CFAES undergraduate students and College of Veterinary ... Medicine veterinary students, focusing primarily on animal welfare and behavior in livestock industries. In ...
April 25 Forum to Focus on Increasing Ohio Farm to School Opportunities
The goal is simple: to get more local foods to more Ohio students in more Ohio schools. The ... Ohio preconference is $40 and $20 for students and includes a locally sourced dinner. Transportation is ... for students and is free for OSU Extension employees. To register for the conference, visit ...
Helping farmers know their bottom line
in, what they’re most passionate about. “We don’t always have good news for the farmer,” said Dianne ...