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USDA will invest $1.2M in a project with Ohio State to advance climate-smart agriculture related to efficiently irrigating and applying nutrients to crops.

Pasha A. Lyvers Peffer has been named interim chair of the Ohio State University CFAES Department of Animal Sciences.

The online equine courses planned for the spring semester at Ohio State ATI in Wooster, Ohio, are horse health and disease and horse breeding and selection.

The research and student parts have been separate in the past, but changes are afoot to unify the campus, starting with a name change to CFAES Wooster.

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine has reappointed Cathann A. Kress to the Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board.

With more than $100 million in construction projects, Ohio State University's agriculture college is changing in a big way.

With new regulations in place for producers applying manure and fertilizers to their crops, Ohio State University’s second annual Precision University turned its focus on nutrient management, Jan. 11, at Beck's Hybrids in London, Ohio.

At all Ohio State campuses, military and veteran students in the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences total 111.

The Center for Cooperatives will offer will greater access to research, educational opportunities and technical expertise.

The Ohio State logo emerged in a cornfield at the Molly Caren Agricultural Center, home of the Farm Science Review thanks to precision planting technology.