Dairy Cattle Judging team tours UK
When Ohio State ATI's Dairy Cattle Judging Team finished third at the 2013 World Dairy Expo Secondary Dairy Cattle Judging Contest, they earned more than accolades. The top three teams each year are invited to take part in the following year's I ...
Beef Steer, Heifer and Dairy Steer Weigh-In and Tagging
All 4-H and FFA members who are taking a market beef steer, beef heifer or dairy steer project must have the animals tagged and weighed in order to take the animals to the 2015 Champaign County Fair. For full details and a 2015 Cattlemen's Certificat ...
Jr. Goat Council Meeting
CFAES conducts survey of animal facilities
The College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences (CFAES) commissioned an Animal Facilities Re-envisioning Committee to provide recommendations towards a plan and vision for 21st century animal facilities that enhance the research, teaching an ...
First Detector Training
R egistration flyer Pre-registration due by Febraury 13. ...
New development staff for Wooster campus
The college recently added two staff members to support development efforts for the Wooster campus. Dawn Hammer Tabata was named senior director of development for CFAES in September, 2014. Based in Columbus, she is responsible for major gifts fundraising ...
Partnership with K&S Millwrights yields new grain storage for Ohio State ATI
Animals need grain, and grain needs a place to be stored. At Ohio State ATI’s Grace Drake Learning Laboratory (GDLL), the need became especially pressing when one of its two grain bins developed structural problems. Located downhill from one of Ohio State ...
Alumnus named to crops manager position
Scott Ruck is Ohio State ATI's new crops manager. Scott is a 2011 graduate of the Ohio State ATI agronomy program, CFAES Department of Horticulture and Crop Sciences with an agronomy focus. Scott was previously employed by Shearer Equipment in Woos ...
Ohio State ATI grad shooting for Rio in 2016
Before the autumn semester of 2013, Ohio State ATI graduate and animal sciences major Katiann Scherer hadn’t played a minute of team handball in her life. But thanks to an intramural sports experience at Ohio State University, she is now working to earn a ...