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  1. Grain Harvest Considerations

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/grain-harvest-considerations

    for short-term storage through the winter months, but longer-term storage into spring or summer ...

  2. Applying the 4 R's to Winter Hay Feeding

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    For any livestock business that is pasture based, the approaching winter season typically ... through the winter while maintaining proper body condition and herd health will likely be the one making ... winter most beef cows in Ohio: hay. Nutrient content of feed. 2017 was a challenging year to make quality ...

  3. Dicamba Technology 2018 Training Requirement

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/dicamba-technology-2018-training-requirement

    but it will not be conducted by OSU Extension, or accomplished through OSU winter agronomy or ... Hubner Seed Winter Meeting, January 16 at the Hilton Garden Inn, Wooster.  Dicamba training will be ...

  4. Fall Manure Applications and Cover Crops a Good Fit

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    than 15 pounds of ammonium nitrogen per 1,000 gallons. When Ohio experiences a warm winter or delayed ... cool-season grass for capturing excess nitrogen. Because rye over-winters, research has shown it can capture ...

  5. Winter Weather Affects Nutritional Requirements

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    Although weather has been mild through December, at some point true winter weather is going to get ... here. Winter weather has an impact on livestock nutritional requirements, especially livestock that ... winter outside.  In a recent OSU Extension beef cattle newsletter, John Grimes, OSU Extension Beef ...

  6. Make Plans for Fall Weed Control

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    biennial and winter annual weeds because those plants are moving carbohydrates down into their root systems ... care of most winter annual weeds as well.  It’s possible that some of the newer broadleaf products for ...

  7. Cover Crop Considerations

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    produce a lot of growth and help reduce winter annual weed populations.  The large taproots help aerate ... through the Wayne County Extension office. Cover crops after winter wheat can also be a source of forage ...

  8. Stockpiling Pasture for Late Season Grazing

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    want to extend the grazing season into late fall and/or winter.  To stockpile forage, take a last ... grass to stockpile, especially for late winter grazing, because it holds its forage quality value better ... that they are grazed off by early winter. Variables that influence the success of stockpiling are ...

  9. Preparing Varieties of Squash

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    after work.  As I passed by a display of winter squash last week, I overheard the comment “I’d really ... Here’s a little basic information to get started. Winter squash tend to include darker varieties such as ... – this allows winter squash to have a longer storage life, sometimes 2-4 months in a cool place (50-55 ...

  10. Supplemental Forage Options

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    can be planted in early August for autumn and early winter grazing. For more information on this ... desirable next year, winter triticale and winter rye should be included in mixture with the spring oat and ... autumn and early winter followed by forage harvests or grazing next year. Some varieties are more likely ...

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