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  1. Taking a Time Out

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    production, family enjoyment, and personal health.  Why not take a time out for yourself and really focus on ... stress and learn to manage or channel it so that it doesn’t harbor tight muscles, fatigue, or other ... attention to my senses, I am in the present moment.  My brain focuses on that I experience instead of ...

  2. Warm Weather Means Warm Season Grasses

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    annuals also require less water to increase their dry matter volume. Now that corn and beans have been ...

  3. Jams & Jellies

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    jelly into half-pint or pint jars and process for 10 minutes in a boiling water bath. If the product ... jelly, combine ¼ cup sugar, ½ cup water, 2 tablespoons bottled lemon juice, and 4 teaspoons powdered ... ¼-inch headspace. Adjust new lids and process. Remaking with liquid pectin: For each quart of jelly, ...

  4. The Ag Law Harvest

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    in need and to help prevent and minimize food waste.  Grant program to enhance the waters of Lake ... Soil and Water Conservation a five-year, $8-million grant to help improve the water quality in Lake ... developing nutrient management plans and conservation practices.  The grant will be available to farmers in ...

  5. Summer Forage Field Days

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    stocker calves. Along with pasture management, scrapie eradication continues to be a topic of importance ...

  6. Preserve Forage Quality with Baleage

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    get more nutrients per mouthful. Making baleage is essentially like making mini silage bales using ... usable nutrients. Further, a lot of stems can prevent you from making a nice, dense bale and can alter ... pH, nutrient values, and fermentation products of interest, such as butyric acid. Baleage has its pros ...

  7. Bring on the Heat

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    (panting). Dairy cows become severely dehydrated when water loss equals 12% of their body weight, and with ... exhalation being a main form of water loss, panting and water loss go hand in hand. On extremely hot days, ... providing enough water is essential to prevent hyperthermia and its effects such as inability to quench ...

  8. Thank You for the Wayne County Welcome

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    May 9 with a master’s degree in dairy science and nutrient management. I have been living in Wooster ... to serve as the new Agriculture and Natural Resources Educator in Wayne County. I am a Michigan ... Forage Extension granted me the ability to travel to horse and cattle farms in central Kentucky to ...

  9. Mindful Walking

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    spending time outside.  “It provides a respite for our overactive minds, refreshing us for new tasks.”  ... of scenery, at lunch, or after a taxing event, try taking a walk and focus on what three things you ... routine.  There are many parks and trails in our community that offer a new opportunity for exploration and ...

  10. Water Quality Wednesdays (Virtual)

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    the Western Lake Erie Basin. Topics will include: nutrient/manure management, cover crops, water ... Best Management Practices for Water Quality Join the Water Quality Extension Associates for, ... quality best management practices, and an overview of current water quality research topics and trends in ...

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