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  1. Managing Flies & Livestock Health As Summer Warms Up

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/managing-flies-livestock-health-summer-warms

    unmanaged, can present a significant challenge to the welfare and production of all our livestock species.  ... Fly control is not a one-and-done treatment strategy.  They require season-long management that may ... most economically damaging species for livestock.  Research has shown that calf weights can be reduced ...

  2. Meet Your Best Friend In Weed Control In Pastures, Hayfields

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/meet-your-best-friend-weed-control-pastures-hayfields

    enroll acreage into a Voluntary Nutrient Management Plan to earn $10 per acre.  Producers can also earn ... or weed populations become too high, that our concern elevates, and control becomes more important.  ... As always, a well-managed pasture and hay field will be your best friend for weed control. ...

  3. Glen Arnold

    https://agnr.osu.edu/people/glen-arnold

    Glen Arnold Professor, Field Specialist, Manure Nutrient Management Manure Nutrient Management ... research on using liquid livestock manure to replace commercially purchased fertilizer on wheat and corn. ... nutrients in manure, they are hauling manure greater distances. Capturing the value of the nutrients in the ...

  4. 4-H Club Flower Display Set up

    https://clermont.osu.edu/events/4-h-club-flower-display-set

    empty milk jug be placed in the bottom of the container then filled with soil to reduce weight. ...

  5. Scout Fruit Trees For Pesky Pests Creeping Out As Temperatures Rise

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/scout-fruit-trees-pesky-pests-creeping-out-temperatures-rise

    With a quickly moving spring, many of the fruit trees in our area have already dropped their ... temperatures in place holding back and slowing down development progress in our fruit trees. Accordingly, it is ... curculio overwinters as an adult beetle in ground litter or the soil, and when spring arrives, they migrate ...

  6. 2024 Dairy Hall of Service Recognition

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-26-issue-3/2024-dairy-hall-service-recognition

    Wisconsin – Madison. Dave worked for 15 years in the artificial insemination industry as a sales manager ... , sire analyst, and manager of dairy sire selection. He began his employment at Select Sires Inc. in ... person.” and “Dave recognizes that our greatest asset lies within our people. Dave’s leadership transcends ...

  7. Dairy Sustainability Part 2: Methane Mitigating Feed Additives

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-26-issue-3/dairy-sustainability-part-2-methane-mitigating-feed

    and Dr. Joanne Knapp, Fox Hollow Consulting, LLC As we discussed in the first article of our series, ... designed research is necessary to increase confidence in the efficacy of essential oils to reduce methane ... performance benefits are factored in. For your own investigations – please use our Dairy C Calculator. Who are ...

  8. Beat the Heat Before It's Late: Cooling Strategies for Dairy Cattle

    https://dairy.osu.edu/newsletter/buckeye-dairy-news/volume-26-issue-3/beat-heat-its-late-cooling-strategies-dairy-cattle

    waiting areas near the milking parlor. Research I have conducted in the past showed that a 45-minute ... is a misconception that calves are more resilient than other life stages; however, researchers have ... found that they are more sensitive to high heat load, even in temperate climates like ours. For calves ...

  9. Eric Richer

    https://agnr.osu.edu/people/eric-richer

    Farm Management/Production Agriculture and On-Farm Research 104 East Washington Street, Suite 302, ... Eric Richer Associate Professor and Field Specialist, Farm Management The Ohio State University ... Specialist, Farm Management, in the Department of Extension since November 2022. I am one of three Ohio State ...

  10. With Livestock Leases, 4-H Clubs Have Something For Everyone

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/livestock-leases-4-h-clubs-have-something-everyone

    lease livestock as long as it isn’t a market animal, which will be sold at the fair. Our program has ...

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