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  1. Chow line: Fall a great time for apples, peaches, blueberries, in addition to pumpkins

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/chow-line-fall-great-time-for-apples-peaches-blueberries-in-addition-pumpkins

    markets, and farms. But fall is also a good time to buy grapes, apples, watermelons, potatoes, berries, ... Farm Bureau  and  Ohio Proud, among others. While this is not an all-inclusive list, generally ... State University College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and its outreach and research ...

  2. Selling meat from your farm

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/selling-meat-from-your-farm

    producers wanting to sell their meat and better manage their beef herd during the 59th annual Farm Science ... will be Sept. 23 at 10 a.m.  As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s Farm Science Review ... will be exclusively virtual, so you can find out about the latest in farm technology and techniques in ...

  3. CFAES Land Grant Cornerstone Conversation

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/events/cfaes-land-grant-cornerstone-conversation

    annual Farm Science Review on Tuesday, September 22, hosted by Dr. Cathann A. Kress, vice president for ... the future of agriculture research technology and prominent ways to ensure the food supply chain in ...

  4. An atypical semester begins

    https://advancement.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/newsletter/cfaes-connect/september-2020/atypical-semester-begins

    study, and research. Many distance and in-person course offerings have multiple sections, such as ... Institute in Wooster,  have been reconfigured for physical distancing. Face masks are required on campus, ...

  5. Farm Science Review will be virtual for the first time, and free

    https://advancement.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/newsletter/cfaes-connect/september-2020/farm-science-review-will-be-virtual-first-time-and-free

    By Alayna DeMartini CFAES’ Farm Science Review trade show is being held entirely online this year ... increasing farm profits and for growing crops from soybeans to hemp. Sign-up is free starting Sept. 8 at  ... advice that can help farmers improve their businesses,” said Review manager Nick Zachrich.  “Whether farm ...

  6. Who in the world is the CFAES Alumni Society Board?

    https://advancement.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/newsletter/cfaes-connect/september-2020/who-world-cfaes-alumni-society-board

    Representative  ’20 BSAGR Agribusiness and Applied Economics  Illinois Farm Bureau, Youth and Collegiate Program ...

  7. 2020 Ag & Natural Resources Webinar Topics

    https://farmoffice.osu.edu/agtopics

    Depreciation of Farm Assets Farm or Ranch Employer-Provided Meals and Lodging Tax Issues for ... Family-Owned Farms Family Farm Special Use Valuation Self-Employment Tax on Agricultural Income The Impact of ... Farming Retirement & Social Security Concerns for Farmers Form 4797, Sale of Business Property ...

  8. Land-Grant Cornerstone Conversation

    https://advancement.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/newsletter/cfaes-connect/september-2020/land-grant-cornerstone-conversation

    agriculture research technology and ensuring the food supply chain in Ohio and beyond.   To register, click ...

  9. Can farm animals catch COVID-19?

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/newsletter/cfaes-monthly/september-2020/can-farm-animals-catch-covid-19

    be genuinely concerned about their farm animals. Could the animals catch COVID-19? The answer is ... Health Research Program.  “There are a lot of unknowns,” he said. Kenney, whose research focuses on ... farm animals are susceptible to COVID-19. He will address the risk of animals catching or spreading ...

  10. Farm animals and COVID-19: Should you be worried?

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/farm-animals-and-covid-19-should-you-be-worried

    the latest in research and farm technology. The show is free, but “visitors” must register before they ... started in bats, some people might be genuinely concerned about their farm animals. Could the animals ... minks, domestic cats, and some dogs have become infected with COVID-19. But neither pets nor farm animals ...

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