The Washington County Career Center has advertised a part-time, up to 30 hours per week position. This position will open when Marty Clark retires. The position is AgriBusiness Planning & Analysis Coordinator. Qualifications include a high school diploma or higher required. Relevant postsecondary certification or associates degree preferred. Min. of 3 years related experience required. Proficient skills with computers/programs an verbal & written communication. Demonstrates an understanding of teaching and learning of the adult Agriculture population.
Contact Anthony Huffman or Marty Clark at the Career Center for more details and a complete job description. 740-373-2766
Learn the signs and what to do if African Swine Fever or another foreign animal disease affects your herd. This program addresses the steps you should take, the state and federal response and biosecurity planning. Presentations provided by Ohio Department of Agriculture, USDA and The Ohio State University.
Small swine producers – even if you have just a pig or two this information is for you! But producers of any size are welcome to attend.
Veterinarians with swine clientele.
There is no cost to attend and no RSVP required. Light refreshments provided by Ohio Pork Council.
An additional presentation will be held in Southeast Ohio- date/location TBD
Any questions? Contact Dr. Kristy Shaw at 614.728.6253 or email@example.com.
Licking County Extension Office
771 E Main St., Suite 103 Newark
Clinton County Extension Office
111 S Nelson Ave., Suite 2, Wilmington
Champaign County Extension Office
1512 S US Highway 68, Suite B100, Urbana
Putnam County Extension Office
1206 E. 2nd St., Ottawa
OSU – ATI
1328 Dover Rd., Wooster
You can find the application here: 2022 Junior Fair Board Application
Bull’s-Eye 4-H Club supported two food pantries for their fall session’s community service project. Canned goods donated by families were given to the Beverly-Waterford Food Pantry. The club also voted to donate $100 from the treasury to the Western-Washington County Food Pantry in Vincent. The families very generous donations are greatly appreciated.
If you participated in selling market livestock at Waterford, County or Barlow – Just a reminder to cash/deposit your Livestock Sale checks so the boards/committees can close our their books for the year.
It’s always good to think about how that money will be handled too. Good financial practices include:
- Save some in a savings account or investment
- Set aside some for 2022 livestock projects
- Support a local cause like a charity or your church
- Spend some on something you need