Follow your Buckeyes as they take on Georgia in the Peach Bowl. Find details on all our postseason opportunities on the Postseason Pursuit webpage. Information will be added as it becomes available, so continue to check back in the coming weeks. ...
CFAES alumna on Forbes 30 Under 30 List
Megan Harris, ’17 has been selected for the 2023 Forbes 30 Under 30 list in Finance. ...
Nominate alumni for the ACEL alumni awards
The Department of Agricultural Communication, Education, and Leadership Alumni Board is seeking nominations for the ACEL Alumni Awards in three categories. Nominate an alumnus who is an exceptional mentor to students, an outstanding young alumnus, ...
Support Agribusiness Club students
Students in the Ohio State Agribusiness Club need your support as they plan their annual club trip to help members maximize their experience in the club and prepare for their professional futures. ...
Apply for the AgOne Leadership program
The OSU Leadership Center is now accepting applications for the AgOne leadership program until December 21, 2022! ...
New CFAES Alumni Magazine coming soon!
The brand new CFAES Alumni magazine will be sent via mail to all CFAES alumni and will be available online soon. ...
Wayne County 4-H Celebrates Youth and Volunteers at Fall 2022 Recognition Banquet More than 500 4-H youth, family members, and volunteers gathered at the Wayne County Fair Event Center on Thursday November 10 th for the 20 th Annual Wayne County 4-H Rec ...
Pesticide License Testing
Pesticide License Testing 2023 OSU Extension Wayne County has set up testing dates with the Ohio Department of Agriculture (ODA) for the 2023 year to allow private and commercial applicators to obtain a pesticide applicators license. To obtain a license, ...
CFAES Alumni Awards
Awards and Recognition CFAES Alumni Awards Program The CFAES Alumni Society sponsors an annual awards program to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions throughout their careers. Nominations Nominations for the 2023 awards have close ...
Colder Winter Requires More Heating Options for Livestock
As much as I dislike saying this, I’d say winter is here to stay for the next two-four months. It is important as livestock producers to keep an eye on the ventilation systems in their buildings during the winter. ...