What is Ohio 4-H Capital Day?
This one-day event will give current high school students an opportunity to will join discussions covering current issues youth face, learn about advocacy, gain an understanding of the legislative process, and have the opportunity to meet with individuals involved with State Government.
When is Ohio 4-H Capital Day?
Join us in Columbus, our state capital, on Wednesday, June 15! Programming will begin at 9:00 AM and the day will conclude by 5:00 PM.
What is included in registration?
The day will include programming hosted at the Nationwide & Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center, followed by a visit to the Ohio Statehouse, including a tour! Transportation for students will be provided from the 4-H Center to the Statehouse and back. Lunch will be provided to all attendees.
How can I register?
Registration is open through June 6! The cost is $10.00 to attend, which can be paid via credit card or by check – see these details in the online registration. Visit go.osu.edu/4Hcapital to get signed up!
Who can I reach for questions?
Contact Kayla Oberstadt, 4-H Older Youth Leadership Specialist at 614-292-3758 or Oberstadt.email@example.com.
Ohio Farm Bureau is offering several camps this summer, including a weekend camp near us at Central State University. Check it out. Here are the details and how to register. https://ofbf.org/community/youth-in-agriculture/exploreag/
Want to join a fabulous group of people? Become a Greene County Jr. Fair sponsor. It is easy and a way to support Greene County youth. Contact our office by June 15 at firstname.lastname@example.org or 937-372-9971 to sign up.
Thank you for your consideration and your support.
Dear Ohio BEEF Cattle letter subscribers,
Six new articles have been posted in this week’s issue number 1291 of the Ohio BEEF Cattle letter: http://u.osu.edu/beef/
This week it’s mostly about forages!
Articles this week include:
- Hay in May!
- Harvest Timing Affects Winter Annual Forage Yield and Quality
- Do we treat our forages with the same respect as our corn field?
- What can I afford to pay to rent hay ground?
- The Core Vaccines every Ohio beef cow should be receiving
- Cattle on Feed Record, Again
Please come out and support our Camp Counselors at the May Fund Raiser.
It is being held at Chipotle in Xenia on Monday, May 2 from 4:00- 8:00 PM.
Flyer needs to be shown when purchasing food or you can order online using code YHEG4VY.
Join Greene Soil and Water Conservation District to see prescribed grazing practices in action. Topics to be discussed include: Soil Health and seeding rates, NRCS programs and grazing from the equine perspective, EQIP and the small herd and Black Headed Vultures and their impact on cattle. Educational resources, snacks and soft drinks will be provided. This program is free but registration is required.
Wednesday, May 18th 5:00 – 7:00pm
Thad Haines’ Farm
2980 E. Spring Valley – Paintersville Road, Xenia 45385
By Tuesday, May 17th
2022 GSWCD Grazing Workshop
We are hiring! Join our team at OSU Extension. We are looking for our next Office Associate. Please consider applying at the following link: https://osu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/OSUCareers/job/Satellite-Campus/Office-Assoc_R46027-2
It will be open until May 7.