Friday, May 26, 2017

A recent study out of the University of Illinois suggests that the low energy and high protein in lush pastures may have a negative impact on reproduction.

Neighborhood "dumps" have become a thing of the past almost overnight as society marches towards better regulation of what gets pitched, and where.
2007 Ohio Beef Expo John Grimes

A new development account, titled Future OSU Leaders of Dairy Judging, will provide funding solely for the future Ohio State University leaders of dairy judging.

Home improvement projects always come with unexpected challenges.

To see warblers, concentrate on their habitat — old fields, forest edges, woods, and country roads. If there's a stream nearby, that's even better.

School is out for summer, but learning never stops. Check out these 14 summer activities to teach kids about nature and agriculture.

Steer clear of baby wildlife. The temptation to rescue an abandoned baby can be overwhelming, but it's illegal and not in the best interest of wildlife.

Although planning cover crops can be put off, planning now can save you time, headaches, and maybe even some money this fall.

The story is simple enough; your local Gander Mountain store is soon to disappear just like the wild turkey you missed the other day — gone for good.

Over the last decade, Judith Sutherland has watched her willow tree fill out in all the best ways for tree climbing.
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