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  1. COVID-19 and Deer Hunting Pathogen Safety

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/covid-19-and-deer-hunting-pathogen-safety

    may contain other potentially zoonotic pathogens such as chronic wasting disease (Pritzkow 2022). In ... testing requirements for other diseases and for specific instructions on preparing, transporting, and ... to avoid spreading general disease and keeping meat safe: Do not allow contact between deer and ...

  2. Sunflowers Valuable To Some Ohio Farmers

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/sunflowers-valuable-some-ohio-farmers

    grow field corn, soybeans, alfalfa, and small grains which includes wheat, barley, oats, and cereal ... rye. A new crop that they are growing this year is canola. In the springtime the fields that have been ... transported to Kentucky to make cooking oil. The Myers family have been growing sunflowers for three years. ...

  3. Role of Food Science in Human Health

    https://fst.osu.edu/courses/fdscte-2300

    safety, food processing, food additives, labeling, food laws and regulations and their impact on ensuring ...

  4. Follow the Road of Caution When Traveling During Harvest Season

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/follow-road-caution-when-traveling-during-harvest-season

    operate. They need extra space to make left and right turns. When they go to make a left turn, they will ... often swing the machine to the right and when they make a right turn, they will swing out to the left. ... This extra space allows them to make the turn without hitting any objects. In this case slow down and ...

  5. Buckeye Shepherd's Symposium, Fall Herbicide Applications

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/buckeye-shepherds-symposium-fall-herbicide-applications

    scenarios, one of fastest growing management systems in the eastern US sheep production systems. Attendees ... provided below. OSU Sheep Research Update Confinement/Dry lot systems topics Animal health and welfare ... that are actively growing. However, the main concern here should be the presence or lack of weeds. OSU ...

  6. Holiday Season Full of Family Traditions

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/holiday-season-full-family-traditions

    emotional protective factors and possibly reduce disease and risk factors in adults.  Additional benefits ... important to them while offering security through the years as children grow and understand. The family ...

  7. Planning for the Future of Your Farm

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/events/planning-future-your-farm

    Agricultural & Resource Law Program, Robert Moore. Workshop Topics include:  Developing Goals for Estate ...

  8. Planning for the Future of Your Farm

    https://fairfield.osu.edu/news/planning-future-your-farm

    Agricultural & Resource Law Program, Robert Moore. Workshop Topics include:  Developing Goals for Estate ...

  9. Post-Harvest Sanitation in Orchards and Vineyards Can Reduce Disease Pressure

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/post-harvest-sanitation-orchards-and-vineyards-can-reduce-disease-pressure

    can help speed up leaf decomposition, which in turn reduces the disease inoculum for diseases such as ... After a few frosts, and more cold weather on the way, the growing season is rapidly coming to ... disease management steps to consider before we button everything up for the winter and look ahead to ...

  10. Make plans now for dormant fruit tree management

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/make-plans-now-dormant-fruit-tree-management

    you prune, remember to burn, or dispose of the pruned branches, to limit the amount of disease ... inoculum present (as mentioned in last week’s article). During dormant pruning you can target diseased ... branches and help reduce the impact of diseases, such as fire blight or black knot, in your trees. ...

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