Summer Grilling Tips From Meat To Marinade, Temperature To Stoarage
The days are getting warmer and after being cooped up for so long, I am excited to get outside and enjoy delicious food on the grill. ...
Planning Your Winter Annual Cereal Grain Forage Harvest
This week’s article comes from the C.O.R.N. Newsletter This newsletter is a publication of the Ohio State University Extension Agronomy Team, state specialists at The Ohio State University and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center (OARDC). ...
The Science Behind Food Preservation Methods
Following updated food preservation methods is critical for ensuring a food safe prodect for your family and household. The latest science has resulted in some changes to the current methods. ...
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Warm Temps Prompt Early Grazing, Soil Tests May Help
If you haven’t taken any soil tests on your pastures recently, especially in the last four years, then now is a good time to do it ...
Tending To Little House Chores Can Make Big Difference As Homes Age
While enjoying the warm temperatures, I was reminded that it’s time for some spring maintenance on my home. ...
It's Really Not That Hard To Take A Bite Out Of Waste
It’s estimated we use 5 trillion plastic bags a year, worldwide. Here's some tips to reduce that number. ...
Early Grazing Can Mean Pasture Problems
When can we start grazing? Plus, Upcoming Extension ANR Events ...
Native Plant Day
OSU Extension's "Native Plant Day" is back and scheduled for April, 21st, from 9am to Noon, at Secrest Arboretum-Miller Pavilion. Speaker Topics include: Planning a Pollinator Garden, presented by Denise Ellsworth, Program Director, Pollina ...
Keys To Living Your Best Life Are As Simple As Wise Choices
What are you doing to make your life the best it can be? Here are a few tips to get you to start thinking ...