Join Us On:
September 15 & November 17
7:30 to 8:00 a.m.
Grab a cup of coffee and join OSU Extension’s conversation with Dr. Seungki Lee as he examines the World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) crop reports each quarter in 2023. Learn more about the factors impacting the corn, soybean, and wheat markets. Producers are encouraged to bring their questions to this early morning conversation.
There is no fee to attend any of these webinar sessions.
Pre-register at: go.osu.edu/coffeewithDrLee
EVENT SPONSORS: OSU Extension, Ohio Soybean Council, Farm Financial Management & Policy Institute (FFMPI), and the Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics (AEDE)
Visit our progressive “Kitchen Table Conversations” hosted by the OSU Ohio Women in Agriculture Learning Network. These conversations will be held during the Farm Science Review on September 19-21, 2023 located at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center in London, OH.
2023 Kitchen Table Conversations
Order tickets early for $10. Check with your local county for tickets or registration link. Tickets purchased through the county help support the county ANR program. Tickets at the gate are $15.
Six new articles have been posted in this week’s issue number 1360 of the Ohio BEEF Cattle letter: http://u.osu.edu/beef/
The BQA Program was initiated in 1987 to provide cattle farmers and ranchers with the guidelines and training necessary to ensure animal health and well-being as well as provide safe, quality beef. With BQA concepts estimated to be influencing more than 90% of U.S. cattle, this week Garth Ruff details the progress that’s been made since the last BQA audit.
Articles this week include:
- National Beef Quality Audit – The Report Card on US Beef Quality
- Use the proper syringe and needle when vaccinating cattle
- Grazing Cattle; To offer shade, or not?
- Plan Now for Tenth Annual OCA Replacement Female Sale
- Beef Cow and Heifer Slaughter Still High by Historical Standards
- Weekly Livestock Comments for September 1, 2023
Expected audiences include academic researchers, state and federal agencies and the agricultural community interested in the latest algal bloom science and technology. Members of the academic research community, state and federal agencies and the agricultural community are especially encouraged to attend.
Research and outreach leaders will present findings from recent studies and identify important areas of uncertainty. Specific topics will include:
- Community engagement to support agricultural production and water quality
- Locating and implementing Best Managment Practices to improve water quality
- Nutrients and processes behind algal blooms
- Tools to track and predict nutrient movement and reductions
- Latest progress from Ohio agencies managing water quality and algal blooms
Understanding Algal Blooms: State of the Science Conference