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  1. Canning Tips

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/canning-tips

    our own history.  The practice of putting food away for the winter has been more than preservation, ... a wonderful way to save the bounty of the summer for fall and winter.  It’s a way to continue family ...

  2. Summer-Planted Forages

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/summer-planted-forages

    Many local producers harvested their cereal rye or other winter small grain crops as baleage or ... beginning to gain attention in the Midwest as another forage option following winter cereal crops. Ideally, ... Brassicas, oats, peas, and buckwheat will all winter kill. Clovers, rye, barley, and vetch do not winter kill ...

  3. Soups

    https://wayne.osu.edu/program-areas/snap-ed/budget-friendly-healthy-recipes/soups

    Tortilla Soup Slow Cooker Mexican Chicken Soup Taco Soup White Chicken Chili Winter Black Bean Soup   ...

  4. Late Summer Hay Seeding

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/late-summer-hay-seeding

    improves winter hardiness. Clovers should have an established crown before the frost and grasses should ... begin tillering for improved winter survival. Alfalfa seedings delayed into late August increase the ...

  5. Harvest of Winter Annual Forages is Approaching

    https://forages.osu.edu/news/harvest-winter-annual-forages-approaching

    Authors:   Mark Sulc, Bill Weiss, Jason Hartschuh, CCA, Rory Lewandowski, CCA Winter annual crops ... These crops include winter rye, winter wheat, winter triticale, barley and Italian ryegrass. Forage ... requirements of animals to be fed and forage inventory needs. Winter Annual Forage Characteristics. Forage crop ...

  6. About Us

    https://chadwickarboretum.osu.edu/about-us

    wonderful fall color to snow covered vistas in the winter.         Highlights include: 12,000 sq.ft. Green ...

  7. Direct Marketing of Meat

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/direct-marketing-meat

    records. Non-specialty crops of interest in our area include malting barley, corn, oats, soybeans, and ...

  8. Be Careful on When to Start Grazing

    https://forages.osu.edu/news/be-careful-when-start-grazing

    second, many pastures have sustained abnormal damage this winter from the wet conditions we are still ... having. If you have fields that were not grazed in the late fall or over the winter and are in good shape, ... had notable damage from feeding hay over the winter. If you do plan on doing early grazing when growth ...

  9. Summer Calf Hutch Management

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/summer-calf-hutch-management

    advantage in the winter, but not the summer months.  When considering summer hutch location, think about ...

  10. Field Estimations of Alfalfa Fiber Content

    https://forages.osu.edu/news/field-estimations-alfalfa-fiber-content

    Ohio has seen its 5 th  warmest winter on record but spring temperatures across the state have ...

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