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Workshop, Tour Offer Wine Grape Growers Insight on Managing Polar Vortex Damage is Aug. 13

Jul 25, 2014

Workshop, Tour Offer Wine Grape Growers Insight on Managing Polar Vortex Damage is Aug. 13

KINGSVILLE, Ohio – Wine grape growers still recovering from the prolonged and extremely frigid temperatures experienced in Ohio this winter can learn how to manage damaged vines during a workshop Aug. 13 offered by viticulturists and other experts from Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.

Chow Line: For now, stick with low- or nonfat dairy

Jul 25, 2014

Chow Line: For now, stick with low- or nonfat dairy

I tend to drink 1 percent or fat-free milk, but recently I’ve heard that full-fat dairy might help with weight loss. Should I switch?

Pigs Gone Wild Have Come to Ohio

Jul 23, 2014

Pigs Gone Wild Have Come to Ohio

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Another Ohio invasive species isn’t a tiny matter. In fact it can weigh up to 200 pounds.

Panel to Discuss Manure Storage Options, Benefits to Farms and Water

Jul 23, 2014

Panel to Discuss Manure Storage Options, Benefits to Farms and Water

WOOSTER, Ohio -- Manure storage options and farmers who have direct experience using them will take the stage at this year’s Manure Science Review.

Family Fundamentals: Learn the ABCs of IRAs before investing (July 2014)

Jul 22, 2014

Family Fundamentals: Learn the ABCs of IRAs before investing (July 2014)

Every month, we put some money into a traditional 401K for retirement, but we wonder if we should start putting some of that money into a Roth IRA instead. What are the pros and cons?

Chow Line: Take steps against foodborne illness (7/18/14)

Jul 18, 2014

Chow Line: Take steps against foodborne illness (7/18/14)

I got hit with a nasty bug last week, and I wonder if it might have been food poisoning. I’m OK now, but what kinds of food poisoning are most common, and what are the symptoms?


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