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  1. Jams & Jellies

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/jams-jellies

    As June continues, many of us are looking forward to the season for jams and jellies with our locally grown berries and soon to come fruits.  Those favorite toppings for breads, pancakes, and of course, ice cream are some of the ones we look forward to ev ...

  2. Stay Safe Making Hay When the Sun Shines

    https://agsafety.osu.edu/newsletter/ag-safety-stat/safety-through-seasons-2021/stay-safe-making-hay-when-sun-shines

    Richard Purdin, OSU Extension, Adams County ANR/CD Educator For many livestock producers June is a busy month, finishing the crop planting, caring for livestock, and harvesting first cutting of hay. Hay harvest can be a very labor intensive and time-consu ...

  3. Haley Zynda

    https://wayne.osu.edu/people/haley-zynda

    Educator, Agriculture & Natural Resources zynda.7@osu.edu 330-264-8722 ...

  4. Diane Johnson

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    4-H Program Assistant johnson.9505@osu.edu 330-264-8722 ...

  5. Summer Forage Field Days

    https://wayne.osu.edu/events/summer-forage-field-days

    Improving soil with multi-species grazing and accelerated lambing will be the theme of our first forage farm tour in Wayne County. The field day will begin at Lone Pine Pastures with Jeff & Michelle Ramseyer who raise Katahdin sheep, Shorthorn beef ca ...

  6. Preserve Forage Quality with Baleage

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

    Making premium quality dry hay requires a 3-4 day stretch of premium weather when the forage is of premium maturity, which can sometimes be hard to come by in Ohio and other parts of the Midwest during the spring. Therefore, baleage, or wet wrap, gives th ...

  7. Summer Days Ahead: Don’t Ignore Heat Stress!

    https://agsafety.osu.edu/newsletter/ag-safety-stat/safety-through-seasons-2021/summer-days-ahead-don%E2%80%99t-ignore-heat-stress

    Mary Ann Rose, Pesticide Safety Education With the arrival of summer, the risk of heat stress increases.  Farmers have an elevated risk of heat stress for obvious reasons – working outdoors.  Activities that require protective clothing, such as pesticide ...

  8. One Question Could Save Someone’s Life

    https://agsafety.osu.edu/newsletter/ag-safety-stat/safety-through-seasons-2021/one-question-could-save-someone%E2%80%99s-life

    Bridget Britton, Extension Field Specialist, Behavioral Health The month of May helps us to be aware that warm weather is inching toward Ohio, it is also  Mental Health Awareness month. May is a time to help us gain awareness and understanding of persons ...

  9. Bring on the Heat

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/bring-heat

    With warm weather in the forecast, it is time to start thinking about heat stress and its impacts on your dairy. Just as we have our comfortable temperatures in which we keep our homes in the summer or winter, dairy cows are the same. They have upper and ...

  10. Fruit Pies and Home Food Preservation

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/fruit-pies-and-home-food-preservation

    I enjoy this time of year because the days are longer, and I can typically spend more time outdoors. I also enjoy this time of year because I know I will soon get to eat all kinds of fresh fruits. Blackberries, blueberries, cherries, peaches, raspberries, ...

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