2016 Ohio 4-H Conference
The 2016 Ohio 4-H Conference is designed to bring together 4-H volunteers and teens from across the State of Ohio. The objective of this event is to learn together and from each other in order to improve our abilities to deliver the Ohio 4-H Program to it ...
Birds of Winter- Coffee with the Master Gardeners
Birds of Winter Learn to identify the birds in your backyard and how to attract the ones you want- Jeff Harvey, Wild Birds Unlimited Planting to attract birds- Marilyn McKinley, OSU Extension Master Gardener 9:30 am- Coffee, donuts, refreshments 10:oo am ...
Harmful Algal Blooms
What are harmful algae blooms? Harmful algal blooms (HABs) are so named because they can produce toxins (or poisons) that can cause illness or irritation—sometimes even death—in pets, livestock, and humans. The term “algae” is somewhat misleading since HA ...
The enrollment deadline for the 2016 4-H year is April 1. Each year, new members, new advisors, and new clubs can enroll or re-enroll during our "open enrollment period", which will run from January 1 to April 1. By the April 1 deadline all new ...
NSCW Team Members
NSCW Team Members Glen Arnold, Associate Professor Field Specialist, Manure Nutrient Management Systems Ohio State University Extension, Hancock County 7868 CR 140, Suite B, Findlay, Ohio 45840 419-422-3851 (office)- 419-235-4724 (cell) Email Glen John Ba ...
Fruit Tree Pruning Clinic
Learn how to prune fruit trees, (apples, peaches), as well as blueberries and brambles. The class will be held rain or shine. Dress warm for outdoor activities (rugged shoes or boots). Bring a lawn chair if you would like a seat. We will have home fruit p ...
Palmer Amaranth: A NEW Threat to Crop Production
A Special Lunch & Learn Program Palmer Amaranth has been found in Mahoning County! Join us to learn control options- Featured Speaker: Dr. Mark Loux, OSU Extension, Weed Scientist Management starts now! This weed produces 100,000-500,000 seeds per ...
Maple Tree ID
There are thirteen native maple species in North America (Table 3-1). While most of these species are probably tapped to some extent, at least by hobbyists, sugar and black maple, along with red maple (Acer rubrum), provide most of the commercial sap. A f ...
Cattle and Forage Drought Information When drought conditions exist, they bring on management decisions that cattlemen face infrequently. The following resources produced by The Ohio State University Extension Beef Team may be useful to help with decision ...
Herd Management Culling the Herd pdf Drylot Beef Cow/Calf Production pdf Feedlot Management Primer pdf Grass-fed Beef Notebook, Small Farm Institute Innovations in Feeding the Cow Herd: Maximizing Productivity Through Forage Processing pdf Integrated Bull ...