March 18. Farm Management Workshop, Session II. 7:00 PM. RSVP Required.
March 19. Spotted Knapweed School.
April 2. Ag Network Breakfast. 8:00 AM. Friendly Hills Grange.
April 15. Sheep Association Annual Meeting and Banquet.
- Columbus: 4.34
- Eastern (Caldwell): 9.01
- Wooster: 6.66
- Piketon: 11.94
Growing Degree Days (Start Jan 1)
- Columbus: 45
- Eastern (Caldwell): 53
- Wooster: 36
- Piketon: 76
Minimum Soil Temperature 4 inches (F)
- Columbus: 37.5
- Eastern (Caldwell): 40
- Wooster: 35.1
- Piketon: 39.2
What’s growing in your pastures and hayfields? Friend of Foe? Please join us for an evening to learn how to identify and treat aggressive invasive weeds in your pastures and hayfields. Learn also about the newest Foe on the block, Spotted Knapweed, and the special funding available to treat through the S.T.O.P project.
March 19, 2019. 6:30 – 8:00 PM.
Rural Services Building, 225 Underwood St, Zanesville, OH.
Please RSVP by March 18. 740-454-2027
Presented by Muskingum Soil and Water Conservation District, NRCS, and OSU Extension.
How well do you know your farm? Sure, you could probably drive your fields blindfolded and you could name without a doubt the cow that will always come in the parlor last; but what about your farm as a business? If this question made you stop and think, then it’s time to become more familiar with your cost of production and other financial measures that make the rest of your farming operation possible….find out more at https://agcrops.osu.edu/newsletter/corn-newsletter/2019-04/ohio-farm-business-analysis-program