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  1. Preserve Forage Quality with Baleage

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/preserve-forage-quality-baleage

    usable nutrients. Further, a lot of stems can prevent you from making a nice, dense bale and can alter ... baling will attain the greatest level of forage preservation and mold prevention. The wrap for baleage is ... white or black, but white is more popular because of its ability to reflect rather than absorb the sun’s ...

  2. Fruit Pies and Home Food Preservation

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    over? Instead of letting it become a gross food experiment on the countertop or in the back of the ... refrigerator, consider preserving it – freeze, dry, can – or make a pie! Did you know Ohio State University ... ofbf.org/whats-in-season. If you are like me, you might end up with way more fruit than you can possibly eat before it goes ...

  3. Jams & Jellies

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    proper gel formation. Recipe- for best success, don’t double the recipe.  The chance of it not setting ... doesn’t set within 12-24 hours you may reprocess it with the following directions.  Start with 1 cup to ...

  4. Mindful Walking

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    spending time outside.  “It provides a respite for our overactive minds, refreshing us for new tasks.”  ... Those of you that know me know that I would much rather be outside than in.  I enjoy the sunshine, ... blessed when I can spend time with friends and our horses on a ride through the woods.  What is it that ...

  5. Bring on the Heat

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    providing enough water is essential to prevent hyperthermia and its effects such as inability to quench ... With warm weather in the forecast, it is time to start thinking about heat stress and its impacts ... threshold. Now, let’s say it’s the same July day except a pop-up shower just rolled through. Now, the ...

  6. 4-H Camps Return This Summer

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    Junior Camp – both following recommended and required COVID safety protocols developed by the CDC, Ohio ... Department of Health, and The Ohio State University.  Both camps are open to all youth in Wayne County even ... as of January 1 st of this year are eligible to register. Cloverbud Day Camp will be held from 9 am ...

  7. Spring Forage Outlook

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    and allow it to regrow. If all stems are frozen back with severe plant necrosis, the plant is probably ... growing degree days. In a recent article published by the Ohio State Crop Observation and Recommendation ... when the temperatures exceed 48°F. In the article, it is pointed out that the peak larval feeding and ...

  8. Spring Activities

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    them. It’s interesting to find more and more information that indicates time outside for children is ... a boat to use outside in the puddles after a spring shower.  Which way does the wind blow it?  What ones ... the things we might be doing if we were outside today or the things that are on your list.  I’ve ...

  9. Food Safety Before, During, and After a Power Outage

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    receives questions about food safety so I thought it might be helpful to share some tips and resources on ... should not be kept above 40º F for more than two hours. This includes the time it takes to get food back ... keep its temperature for about 48 hours; 24 hours if half full. Once the power has been out for four ...

  10. Bloat in Livestock

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    occurs by suffocation as the animal is prevented from taking in air due to pressure exerted on the lungs ... which they had been fed throughout the winter. This prevents overeating on lush pasture which is a major ... bloat. Avoiding applications of nitrogen fertilizer in early spring can also help to prevent excessively ...

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