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Certified Crop Adviser Exam Prep Course Offered by OSU Extension Agronomics Team

Nov 26, 2014

Certified Crop Adviser Exam Prep Course Offered by OSU Extension Agronomics Team

SIDNEY, Ohio – Studying for the Certified Crop Adviser Exam may soon be a little easier thanks to a prep course offered by agronomists with Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

Hogan Named President of the National Association of County Agricultural Agents

Nov 26, 2014

Hogan Named President of the National Association of County Agricultural Agents

COLUMBUS, Ohio – An Ohio State University Extension educator has been named president of the National Association of County Agricultural Agents.

Free Webinars Available for Growers and Producers to Enhance Marketing, Improve and Expand Sales

Nov 26, 2014

Free Webinars Available for Growers and Producers to Enhance Marketing, Improve and Expand Sales

PIKETON, Ohio – Growers and producers — have you ever wondered how to go about marketing your business and products to consumers? Would you like to know the steps to take now to help position your food business for success in the upcoming year?

Chow Line: It’s not the turkey that makes you tired

Nov 25, 2014

Chow Line: It’s not the turkey that makes you tired

Every year at Thanksgiving, my cousin claims that turkey makes you sleepy. But I thought that myth had been debunked years ago. What’s the story?

New Website Helps Ohioans ‘Live Smart’

Nov 25, 2014

New Website Helps Ohioans ‘Live Smart’

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Ohioans who want to “live smart” have a new resource, courtesy of Ohio State University Extension. The Live Smart Ohio website, online at go.osu.edu/LiveSmartOhio, offers consumers research-based information on topics they care about, said site organizers.

Farm to School Workshop is Dec. 5

Nov 20, 2014

Farm to School Workshop is Dec. 5

YELLOW SPRNGS, Ohio – As efforts continue to expand the successful Farm to School Program, which works to connect food producers and school districts to provide fresh, local foods to students, a workshop Dec. 5 can provide farmers and school districts information on how to get started.


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