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  1. Taking a Time Out

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    be, without doing.  I was once told that the greatest way to learn how to apply lessons in life is to ... practice and then allow time to reflect.  Some people do this by keeping a journal, expressing their ... stress and learn to manage or channel it so that it doesn’t harbor tight muscles, fatigue, or other ...

  2. Warm Weather Means Warm Season Grasses

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    making baleage at the 40-60% moisture level). Sudex has additional benefits other than livestock feed ... I want to invite everyone to the Dairy Twilight Tour the evening of July 20, organized by the ... Wayne-Ashland Dairy Service Unit and Wayne County OSU Extension, hosted at RMD Dairy in Rittman, Ohio. More ...

  3. Thank You for the Wayne County Welcome

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    May 9 with a master’s degree in dairy science and nutrient management. I have been living in Wooster ... nutrition and manure management. I tested a low dietary cation-anion difference to lactating cows to alter ... a poster on milk fat profile and at the Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference I was able to place 3 rd in ...

  4. Summer Forage Field Days

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    stocker calves. Along with pasture management, scrapie eradication continues to be a topic of importance ...

  5. Preserve Forage Quality with Baleage

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    oxygen. Allow the bales to ferment for at least 4 weeks before feeding to allow pH stabilization. For ... only about 25%. You can test the baleage for safety prior to feeding. A pH test to measure the acidity ... disease. Alternatively, sending core samples to a feed laboratory after fermentation is complete will yield ...

  6. ANR Email Updates

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    Enrollment, 4-H Job Opening February 17, 2021- Improve Productivity with Tube Feeding and Ewe Nutrition ... February 15, 2021- Dry Cow Management, By-Products, Dairy Tech, and Crossbreeding February 9, 2021- Seed ... Biosecurity and Calving Facilities April 3. 2020- Feeding Milk to Lactating Cows April 3, 2020- Dairy ...

  7. Bring on the Heat

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    on your dairy. Just as we have our comfortable temperatures in which we keep our homes in the summer ... or winter, dairy cows are the same. They have upper and lower critical temperatures, or temperature ... thresholds at which cows must expend extra energy to cool or warm themselves. Dairy cows have a pretty large ...

  8. Bloat in Livestock

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    management practices that may contribute to bloat and adjust accordingly. Matthew Nussbaum is an OSU ... partially digested forage material. Symptoms of bloat include a distended abdomen, diminished feed ... by the rumen. Livestock owners can reduce the incidence of bloat using several management approaches. ...

  9. Steps to Home Ownership Class

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    Housing practices, Shopping for financing Budgeting and Credit Management- Establishing a savings ...

  10. Fruit Pies and Home Food Preservation

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    applies to pies that were not previously baked. See guidance above if the pie was baked then frozen. If ...

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