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  1. Warm Weather Means Warm Season Grasses

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/warm-weather-means-warm-season-grasses

    Planting warm season annual grasses are a feasible way to improve summer pastures or hay fields to maintain ... dry matter production during the cool grass summer slump. A few warm season annual grasses that come ... The University of Minnesota considers it to be a summer cover crop to help in building soil and ...

  2. Taking a Time Out

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    production, family enjoyment, and personal health.  Why not take a time out for yourself and really focus on ... “multi-task” which has been proven to not be as effective for quality productivity. Whenever we feel ...

  3. Summer Forage Field Days

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    forage farm tour in Wayne County. The field day will begin at Lone Pine Pastures with Jeff & Michelle ... hay production for horses. Local questions can be addressedthrough OSU Extension Wayne ...

  4. Jams & Jellies

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    products: Jams – crushed/chopped fruit with sugar Jellies – fruit juice with sugar Preserves – spread with ... correct proportion for the product to set correctly.  Let’s look at each one a little more closely. ... regular recipes; sugar is needed for gel formation. Jellied fruit products without added sugar must be ...

  5. Preserve Forage Quality with Baleage

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    pH, nutrient values, and fermentation products of interest, such as butyric acid. Baleage has its pros ...

  6. Bring on the Heat

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    negative impact of heat stress on milk production is likely the greatest concern when we approach these ... warm months. The decrease in production has a 1–2-day lag time from the time that the heat was ... appetite when they are hot to minimize the endogenous heat production caused by ruminal fermentation. ...

  7. Thank You for the Wayne County Welcome

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    not raised in a production agriculture setting, a lifelong love for horses sent me to the University ... looks” at livestock production through an academic lens. Through my extracurricular activities and jobs, ... reduce overall manure gas emissions, such as ammonia. I also monitored milk production and digestibility, ...

  8. Mindful Walking

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    event?  Putting a pause in our day can actually help us to be more productive, as we can refocus when we ...

  9. Spring Forage Outlook

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    growth, grass species are starting to green up and the fields are starting to look more productive with ... Activity is starting to pick up in our forage crops. Alfalfa stands are starting to put on new ... growing degree days. In a recent article published by the Ohio State Crop Observation and Recommendation ...

  10. Time Management

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    multitasking can help be more productive. If you are interested in more time or stress management, I’m happy to ...

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