Workshop This Saturday (6/4) on Keeping Ohio Produce Safe
June 3, 2011 BOWLING GREEN, Ohio – Ohio State University’s Fruit and Vegetable Safety Team reminds growers of its Produce Safety Education Program this Saturday (6/4). Reducing food-borne illness-- now in the news due to Europe’s deadly E. coli outbre ...
Meat Judging: Various Coaches 1990-2006
Year Photo Team Results 1989 No Team 1990 Front Row L to R: Mike Tommas; Monroeville; Monica ...
National Sheep Improvement Program Workshop 2014
Using Estimated Breeding Values (EBVs) to Advance the Rate of Genetic Progress in Your Sheep Flock. ...
Biosecurity Fact Sheets Available on OSU Internet Site
June 22, 2001 Foot-and-mouth disease may be shrinking from the media spotlight, but Ohio State University animal health specialists stress the importance of maintaining biosecurity measures that not only keep the disease in check, but also help control ot ...
Organic Livestock and Poultry Health Series: Certified Organic Dairy Tour and Workshop
Certified Organic Dairy Tour and Workshop ...
Free Workshop to Teach Ohio Businesses How to Access OSU Resources
May 17, 2010 PIKETON, Ohio – When it comes to business development and economic progress, Ohio State University is chock-full of resources, tools, technology and expertise, and a free event on May 27 will teach Ohio businesses and entrepreneurs how to acc ...
OSU Extension Offers Workshop on Pumpkin Production
September 30, 2008 PIKETON, Ohio-- Learn the tricks of the trade for growing quality pumpkins during Ohio State University Extension's Pumpkin Twilight Tour. The event will take place Oct. 16 from 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. at OSU South Centers at Piketon. ...
OSU Extension Workshop to Tackle Legal Issues in Agriculture
March 3, 2009 FINDLAY, Ohio-- Legal issues in agriculture will be the focus of a one-day Ohio State University Extension conference on March 25. The Northwest Ohio Agricultural Law Conference will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at The Lighthouse Banq ...
Learn How to Trade Carbon at OSU Extension Workshop
March 5, 2009 SIDNEY, Ohio-- Harvesting the land drives revenue for farmers, but what they leave in the soil could also be a moneymaker. Farmers who sequester, or store, carbon in the soil through a number of conservation production practices can earn add ...