Dairy Cattle Welfare Council Webinar Series: Designing the maternity pen with cow's natural behavior in mind
Consumers today are very different than they used to be, yet have a strong interest in where their food comes from, including how food animals are raised and handled. To help build consumer trust in dairy products, the Dairy Cattle Welfare Council (DCWC ...
New Pesticide Applicator Training
NEW PESTICIDE APPLICATOR TRAINING CLASSES (Core and Categories 5, 6c, 8) This training program provides an overview of pesticide safety information. Everyone attending the morning session will receive documentation that they have met the requirements of ...
Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) Training
An educational course that covers good agricultural practices or GAPs, which helps reduce the risk of on-farm produce contamination. Attending the OSU GAPs class does not equate to being GAPs certified.This is a training for both the Plain community and t ...
Private Pesticide Applicator Testing
To register call the Ohio Department of Agriculture at 614-728-6987 or online at http://go.osu.edu/pesticide_exams For study material visit, https://pested.osu.edu Dates: January 17 th, March 21 st, May 16 th, July 18 th, September 19 th, November 21 ...
Hydroponics Open House
The greenhouse is in full producation and would like to invite anyone who wants to see how our students grow vegetables and fruits hydroponically in a greenhouse (Howlett Hall greenhouse). The event is free of charge but we request RSVP for planning. ...
Farm income projections hold a bit of good news
COLUMBUS, Ohio—Corn prices are on the rise, while soybean prices are projected to continue to dip this year before recovering a bit in 2020, according to government projections. And this year, national net farm income, which takes into account many commod ...
Farmers need to gear up for more rain
COLUMBUS, Ohio—Weather extremes like those during 2018, much more rain, and heavier downpours are likely to become the norm rather than the exception in Ohio, according to a climate expert with The Ohio State University. As a result, the state's farm ...
Helping farmers know their bottom line
LOUISVILLE, Ohio—In this rural town, a short drive from Canton, Ohio, Mark Thomas had been running a 400-cow dairy farm for years. That, plus row-cropping 2,000 acres, kept him outside, where he wanted to be most days. But the number-crunching side of his ...
OSU Pollinator Summit 2019: Our Threatened Bees
Join bee biologists, conservation experts, educators and citizen scientists for this daylong workshop on bee biology and conservation. Sponsored by the OSU Department of Entomology and Chadwick Arboretum and Learning Gardens. Registration fee includes lun ...
Keeping Phosphorus Out of Waterways
COLUMBUS, Ohio—In a pit about 3 feet underground lies one possible solution to reducing a large amount of the phosphorus draining from some of Ohio’s agricultural fields. At two locations in the state, researchers with The Ohio State University College of ...