If you want to learn more about becoming a more efficient pasture manager whether you graze cattle, sheep, horses or even chickens!!! Make sure to sign up now for the Pastures for Profit Course…register by visiting https://afgc.org/ofgcwebinar and take a listen to our Saturday Morning Farm Page interview with Noble County’s Ag Educator and forage guru, Christine Gelley !!
Be sure to listen into 4-H Educator Aubry Fowler Shaw talk about the 4-H Advisors Drive -Thru Thank You event replacing the Annual Advisors Recognition Banquet. Finding new ways to change old traditions in a pandemic, but always “Making the Best Better”
Listen in as we chat with Ralph and Nancy Beth Hugus as the apple picking season comes to a close. We learn a lot more about what goes on behind the scenes at during harvest, apple sorting, cider pressing and so much more…A really good interview with really good folks who love their land, the orchard and their loyal customers!!
Listen in as Poultry Superintendent, John Hablitzel shares his insights as to why Poultry projects are gaining in popularity for 4-H Youth!!! Celebrating Good Kids Doing Good Things on the 88.9FM WLRY FARM PAGE every Saturday morning at 7 am
Listen in as Brian Neeley of the Neeley Pumpkin patch shares the details of growing all those big pumpkins and funky gourds!! Rob Allen of Lancaster Greenhouse shares insights of the Neeley – Lancaster Greenhouse partnership and why Fall is a great time for planting those tree and shrubs…. don’t miss this!!
Find a comfortable seat and charge your device Farm Science Review is being held online this year because of COVID-19 concerns. Although the Molly Caren Agricultural Center is closed to the public, you’ll be able to learn the latest agricultural technology and helpful farming techniques from more than 400 exhibitors—all for free on your laptop, tablet, or smartphone. More than 200 free livestreamed and recorded talks and demos will be available online. You will have to provide your own steakburgers, milkshakes, or other FSR fare, though.
The virtual format is a first for Farm Science Review, held annually for nearly 60 years. Topics for talks at FSR this year include the risks of transmitting COVID-19 to your animals, the prospects of U.S. agricultural exports abroad, increasing profits from small grains by planting double crops, climate trends, managing cash flow on the farm, farm stress, and rental rates on agricultural land. In addition, presentations on raising backyard chickens, starting a flock of sheep, and growing blackberries and other specialty crops could spark some inspiration.
To access the content for this year’s Farm Science Review Sept. 22–24, start at https://fsr.osu.edu/
You will be redirected to the Map Your Show page, where you will have access to all online content by clicking the “Home” button at the upper left corner of the page. Map Your Show and My Show Planner have been used in previous FSR shows, to help visitors navigate. The only difference this year is you’re searching lists of scheduled events and exhibitors from home.
To sign up, go to My Show Planner https://fsr20.mapyourshow.com/8_0/explore/exhibitor-alphalist.cfm#/ Look at for My Show Planner in the Gray Highlighted Bar.
Create an account by entering your name and email address on a short registration form. Remember, the show is free, but an account is needed to view scheduled events at FSR. You have the option of keeping your information private from exhibitors. From there, just click on the scheduled events to add them to My Show Planner.
Click on Floor Plan to see your events arranged in the typical Farm Science Review layout, which may help you if you’ve visited the show before. If you have a conflict during any of the live sessions, don’t worry. Many recorded video sessions and other material can be viewed at fsr.osu.edu during and after the event until July 2021.
Additional instructions for navigating FSR 2020 can be found at: https://fsr.osu.edu/visitors/how-navigate-farm-science-review-online
Green Extreme 4-H Member Grace Terflinger shares her reasons for choosing the beginning fishing project for Summer Judging in 2020.
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