USDA Dairy Report: March 2023
Chris Zoller, Extension Educator, Agriculture and Natural Resources, Tuscarawas County, Ohio State University Extension The United States Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service (USDA ERS) publishes a monthly Livestock, Dairy, and Poultry Outl ...
Memorial Scholarship Launched by the Ayars Family
Dr. Maurice L. Eastridge, Professor and Extension Dairy Specialist, Department of Animal Sciences, The Ohio State University The parents of CFAES undergraduate Austin Ayars have launched a memorial scholarship fund in honor of their late son, Dr. Austin A ...
Feeding for Milk Components
Dr. Maurice L. Eastridge, Professor and Extension Dairy Specialist, Department of Animal Sciences, The Ohio State University Yields of milk and milk solids per cow continue to increase each year. The annual milk solids yield per cow is higher in the US th ...
Using Dairy Manure with Newly Planted Crops
Glen Arnold, Extension Field Specialist, Manure Nutrient Management, Ohio State University Extension Coming out of a warm, wet winter most dairy producers have plenty of manure on hand going into spring. Rather than applying manure to fields prior to spri ...
JIT Inventory: Amazon-Yes, Dairy Producer-No
Dr. Dwight Roseler, Adjunct Professor Department of Animal Sciences and Purina Midwest Dairy Nutrition Consultant Just in time (JIT) inventory provides Amazon customers with consumer items upon demand. No storage of consumer items needed. In the industria ...
Spring Hayfield Scouting
Allen Gahler, Extension Educator for Agriculture and Natural Resources, Sandusky County and Jason Hartschuh, Dairy Management and Precision Livestock Field Specialist, Ohio State University Extension While things are muddy with hints of green in northern ...
Assessing Wheat Crop Grain Versus Forage Economics
Bruce Clevenger, Farm Management Field Specialist and Jason Hartschuh, Dairy Management and Precision Livestock Field Specialist, Ohio State University Extension Ohio’s soft red winter wheat is vulnerable to stresses by the weather and soil conditions dur ...
VOLUME 25: ISSUE 2
Garden Tip and Tricks So In-Soil and Raised Beds Get A Good Start
Spring is finally here (well, kinda of). The first day of Spring is past us and the outside temperature is slowly warming up! It almost time to start planting our vegetable gardens for the year. If you are new to gardening, I’ve listed some tips and tric ...
National Nutrition Month Turns 50. How Would You Fare On MyPlate Test?
Make good choices. It’s a favorite piece of advice teachers give their students. It also works well for deciding what foods we eat and how much exercise we fit into our schedule. National Nutrition Month, celebrated in March, stresses the importance of a ...