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  1. Developing a Farm Digital Strategy 3 – Data Management Considerations

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/fabe-557

    agricultural industry regard the farmer as the owner of ag data. It is important to understand the implications ... for information related to farm data and its value. Ag Crops and Livestock precision agriculture corn ... Integrated Solutions Consultant at Ag-Pro Elizabeth Hawkins, Field Specialist, Agriculture and Natural ...

  2. Developing a Farm Digital Strategy 2 – Precision Technology and Data Generation

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/fabe-556

    Integrated Solutions Consultant at Ag-Pro Elizabeth Hawkins, Field Specialist, Agriculture and Natural ... platforms that allow the data to be stored, accessed, visualized, and shared. These advances make it ... strategies, details the information a farm needs to get started on developing its unique digital strategy. ...

  3. Developing a Farm Digital Strategy 1- Introduction

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/fabe-555

    Integrated Solutions Consultant at Ag-Pro Elizabeth Hawkins, Field Specialist, Agriculture and Natural ... volumes of data for a field.   A study conducted by the Ohio State Digital Ag team in 2017 collected 60.4 ... conjunction with PA services and digital tools offered by industry, it is important for farm operations to ...

  4. Evening webinar 'Managing Woodlots and Invasive Species'

    https://ocvn.osu.edu/events/evening-webinar-managing-woodlots-and-invasive-species

    To maintain productive woodlands, it is important to manage the woodland and control invasive ...

  5. Aging: A Natural and Beneficial Part of Life

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-5809

    doi-org.proxy.lib.ohio-state.edu/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00067 Fullen, M.C., Granello, D.H., Richardson, V.E., & Granello, P.F. (2018, January 12). Using ... Is a Natural Process The aging process is a very natural one. It begins at conception and continues ... it was unusual for families to have three living generations, now it is not unusual for families to ...

  6. Osteoporosis: Risk Factors, Prevention, and Detection

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/hyg-5808

    Conclusion Although osteoporosis is common, it is preventable and treatable. There are several steps that you ... Consumer Sciences, Clark County Osteoporosis means “porous bone.” It is a skeletal disease characterized by ... built to replace it. Most people reach their “peak bone mass” around age 35, then very slowly start to ...

  7. Management Considerations for the Cribbing Horse

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/anr-89

    SDSU Extension (iGrow) in 2015. It was updated for an Ohio audience in 2020. What is Cribbing? Cribbing ... exposure to another cribbing horse (Albright, Mohammed, Heleski, Wickens, & Houpt, 2009) making it ... cribbing horses and a potential reduction in market value (McGreevy & Nicol, 1998c). Preventing the ...

  8. Coordinating a Community-Led Business Retention and Expansion Program

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/cdfs-1564

    a business problem (Morse, et al., 1987). It is recommended the coordinator first introduce the BRE program ... BRE program, by introducing and promoting it to the community, coordinating task force meetings, and ... television news, print and social media, and a website about the local BRE program and its benefits will ...

  9. Business Retention and Expansion Program

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/cdfs-1562

    created by existing firms are as high as 80%, while the most conservative estimates say 40% (Kraybill, ... economic development. It makes little sense to invest time and resources to recruit new businesses, while ... a community. It includes all ongoing local economic development programs that focus on retaining and growing ...

  10. Useful Tables: Adjustments and Conversions on Corn and Soybean Parameters

    https://ohioline.osu.edu/factsheet/agf-502

    AGF-502 Agriculture and Natural Resources 12/21/2018 Alexander J. Lindsey, Assistant Professor, ... 25,000 30,000 35,000 Apr 10 62 76 86 92 94 93 Apr 20 67 81 91 97 99 97 Apr 30 68 82 92 98 100 98 May 9 65 ... 12.0 53.77 65.06 24.5 62.68 80.50 12.5 54.08 65.50 25.0 63.09 81.25 13.0 54.39 65.95 25.5 63.52 82.03 ...

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