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Find out why Ohio State Extension educator Clif Martin is keeping a close eye on Asian Longhorned Tick, invasive shrubs and drone use on the farm in 2023.

The dry conditions across many parts of Ohio provide an opportunity to take soil samples and apply lime where needed. 

Now is the time to evaluate the foraging potential of your pastures and preemptively consider any problems you may encounter grazing your herd this winter.

Fall is an ideal time to collect soil samples, evaluate nutrient levels and develop a management plan to reduce the cost of fertilizing and liming pastures.

Fall is the best time to test your pasture or hay field's nutrients and pH, and soil testing should be part of your land management strategy.

What is a pasture worth? A pasture is like a house, crop field or anything else being rented, and is worth what someone is willing to pay. 

Having a diversity of plants in your pasture can be good for your farm — you may just have to diversify your operation.

When it comes to pasture management for horses, one size does not fit all.

Whether you're purchasing land to graze livestock on or you already have some property that you would like to convert, there are some things to consider.

Fall is a great time to control perennial and biennial weeds. Applying systemic herbicides at this time of year results in better weed control.