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Beef News


Four new articles have been posted in this week’s issue number 1252 of the Ohio BEEF Cattle letter:

If you’re in a part of the state experiencing dry weather, you might be approaching that time of year when we experience a summer forage ‘slump.’ If that’s commonly your situation this time of year, this week Christine Gelley discusses how a native warm-season grass might be a forage specie you might consider adding to your mix.

Articles this week include:
* Patience Required for Prairie-Modeled Pasture
* Keeping Quality in Mind
* Manure Science Review Coming August 10th
* International Beef Trade Update

Sheep News

How to Detect Poisonous Weeds in Your Pasture

Tony Nye, OSU Extension Educator ANR, Clinton County On many livestock operations, pastures are a very important part of the production process. Every year, I

Sheep 101 Field Day

Carri Jagger, OSU Extension Educator ANR, Morrow County OSUSheep 101 Field Day Flyer Morrow County Extension and Morrow County Farm Bureau welcomes local shepherds to

Patience in Prairie Modeled Pasture

Christine Gelley, OSU Extension Educator ANR, Noble County If I were to make a playlist for establishing native warm-season pastures, these songs would be on


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