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  1. Jams & Jellies

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/jams-jellies

    As June continues, many of us are looking forward to the season for jams and jellies with our ... course, ice cream are some of the ones we look forward to every year.  Sometimes other fruit spreads are ... molasses are not recommended because their flavors overpower the fruit and sweetness may vary. Extra fine ...

  2. Preserve Forage Quality with Baleage

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    spring. Therefore, baleage, or wet wrap, gives the weather some grace. The beauty of baleage is that you ... can cut one afternoon and bale the next day after the dew lifts. Odds are that finding a 2-day, rather ... than a 4-day, window will likely enable you to capture the perfect maturity of the forage you ...

  3. Fruit Pies and Home Food Preservation

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    Blackberries, blueberries, cherries, peaches, raspberries, strawberries… We are fortunate to live in Ohio where ... we have access to a large assortment of fresh, local fruits! If you are curious about which fruits ... ofbf.org/whats-in-season. If you are like me, you might end up with way more fruit than you can possibly eat before it goes ...

  4. Time Management

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    be accomplished, just be clear with the expectations. Know where you are spending your time:  Try ... using an app or a notebook or even your calendar to capture where time is being spent.  Are there ... Know if you are a morning or afternoon energy person and put tasks that need the greatest attention ...

  5. Bring on the Heat

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    or winter, dairy cows are the same. They have upper and lower critical temperatures, or temperature ... are these effects that we’re concerned about when temperature and humidity are on the rise? The ... appetite when they are hot to minimize the endogenous heat production caused by ruminal fermentation. ...

  6. Mindful Walking

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    bodies. What you are seeing, hearing, experiencing at any moment is changing not only your mood, but how ... Those of you that know me know that I would much rather be outside than in.  I enjoy the sunshine, ... you enjoy that gives you a boost in your energy?  As I looked a little further, there’s a fair amount ...

  7. Thank You for the Wayne County Welcome

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    time! On the weekends you can usually find me farming alongside my boyfriend and his family on their ... start working with you. Please stop by to say hello or simply drop me a note at Zynda.7@osu.edu. As ... a nondiscriminatory basis. For more information, visit cfaesdiversity.osu.edu.   ...

  8. Horses

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    shelter or are you able to board the animal somewhere?  Are you aware of feed and hay costs and and have ... you budgeted for them?  Are you prepared to invest the money and time involved in caring for, ... complete this project. Draft Horse (181)-  Are you fascinated with draft horses and want to know more about ...

  9. 4-H Camps Return This Summer

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    Department of Health, and The Ohio State University.  Both camps are open to all youth in Wayne County even ... camps! Cloverbud Day Camp – June 8 th – 10 th: Youth that are in kindergarten or higher and 5-8 years old ... as of January 1 st of this year are eligible to register. Cloverbud Day Camp will be held from 9 am ...

  10. Bloat in Livestock

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    situation. Bloat occurs when gases are trapped in the rumen of livestock. Normally, these gases produced by ... often called “frothy bloat” as the gases are trapped in many small bubbles mixed with rumen fluids and ... are not often needed on mixed pastures containing at least 30% legumes, and if needed, split ...

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