December 30, 2020 Issue:

  • Agricultural Risk Coverage and Price Loss Coverage for the 2021 Crop Year
  • 2021 Market Outlook for Corn and Soybeans
  • Visit our “One-Stop Shop” to View Ag & Natural Resources Programs
  • Dairy Labor Management Mini-Series Deadline is December 31
  • Make Hankies Handy Again
  • Nothing Good Happens During Hay Storage
  • Lamb & Goat Webinars
  • Ohio Legislation Updates Laws for Agricultural Societies

December 23, 2020 Issue

  • The new COVID relief bill: what’s in it for USDA?
  • Coshocton County Ag- Year in Review
  • Dealing with the Threat of Intentional Harm to Farm Property
  • Fall & Rise of Bald Eagles in Ohio Program Slated for January 8
  • Register Now for OSU Extension’s Online Agronomy Winter Programs!
  • Pasture for Profit School Goes Virtual this Winter
  • The Cost of Mud to the Beef Cow

December 16, 2020 Issue:

  • OSU Extension Beef Team to Host Winter Meetings
  • Hay Quality: Beyond Proximate Analyses
  • Reducing Hay Storage & Feeding Losses
  • Dairy Labor Certificate Course Sponsored by Ohio State University Extension
  • APHIS Changes Approach to Fight Emerald Ash Borer (EAB)
  • Holiday Plant Toxicity
  • 2020 Farmer’s Tax Guide
  • Farm Management Needs Pulse Survey
  • OSU to Host Virtual Swine Day
  • CFAES Wooster is new umbrella term for Ohio State location

December 9, 2020 Issue:

  • Farm Management Needs Pulse Survey
  • Ohio Farm Service Agency Wins Ohio Friend of Extension Award
  • What’s on our Christmas Wish List?  More Written Farmland Leases in 2021
  • Updated Tri-State Fertilizer Recommendations Now Available
  • PrecisionU: Tackling Spring Operations with Reduced Working Days
  • Temple Grandin Offers Livestock Farmers an Alternative Business Model
  • Getting the Most out of Stockpiled Grass
  • What Benefits are Gained by Processing Grain Fed to Sheep?
  • Farmer’s Tax Guide- Tax Guidance for Your Farm Business

December 2, 2020 Issue:

  • Grouping the Cowherd for Winter Feeding
  • Body Condition Scoring, Beef Cow Nutrition & Reproduction
  • Supplement Energy to Ewes in Late Gestation
  • The New Tick on the Block in Ohio – Gulf Coast Tick
  • Farmer’s Tax Guides – Tax Guidance for Your Farm Business
  • Farmer Sentiment Pulls Back Post-Election
  • Buckeye Shepherd’s Symposium Slated for December 4
  • The Goal: Feed Less, Graze More

November 25, 2020 Issue:

  • Thanksgiving Ag Extension Article for The Beacon
  • American Farm Bureau’s Annual Thanksgiving Dinner Cost Survey
  • Buckeye Shepherd’s Symposium Slated for December 4
  • CFAP 2 Enrollment Deadline Nears
  • Farmer’s Breakfast Update Fall 2020 Ag
  • Dairy Labor Certificate Course Sponsored by Ohio State University Extension
  • Lender Survey Results Signal Concerns
  • ODNR Offering Natural Resources Officer Training Academy
  • Herbicide Programs for non-GMO Soybeans

November 18, 2020 Issue:

  • Form 1099-NEC Now Used to Report Nonemployee Compensation
  • Agricultural & Natural Resources Income Tax Issues Webinar
  • Fall Grazing Thoughts
  • Emerging Grain Market Conditions and Impacts on Calf Prices
  • Don’t Blow Your Cover
  • Forage Botulism in High-moisture Baleage

November 11, 2020 Issue:

  • November Brings Better Weather
  • Engenia, XtendiMax Labels Reapproved
  • Reducing Winter Feed Costs
  • Making a Plan to Control Dogbane in 2021
  • USDA Releases Projections of Farm Prices to 2030
  • USDA Releases Farm Production Expense Forecast for 2020
  • A hunting we will go: laws landowners need to know
  • Sheep and Goat Vaccine and Health Management Schedule

November 4, 2020 Issue:

  • 4th Quarter Tax Planning
  • Three Part Webinar Series to Help Ohio Dairy Producers Mitigate Price and Income Risk
  • Agricultural Policy & Outlook Conference
  • Farmer & Farmland Owner Income Tax Webinar
  • For Safety’s Sake: Don’t Take Drying Shortcuts with Stored Corn
  • Winter is around the corner; are you ready?
  • American Forage and Grassland Council to Hold Hybrid Conference in 2021
  • EPA Announces 2020 Dicamba Registration Decision

October 28, 2020 Issue:

  • Beef Producers Should Consider Signing Up for CFAP 2
  • Freezer Beef Sales Explode During COVID-19 . . . Will Your Customers Be Ready to Buy Again?
  • Fall-Applied Herbicides: Odds and Ends
  • Planting Fall Cover Crops
  • Soybean Cyst Nematode (SCN) has Made Itself at Home in Ohio
  • Agricultural Policy and Outlook Conference
  • Farmer and Farmland Owner Income Tax Webinar
  • Spotted Lanternfly Educational Opportunities
  • Are Woolly Bears Weather Prognosticators?

October 21, 2020 Issue:

  • First Widespread Freeze Arrives; Wetter Pattern Sets In
  • Extended Drydown in Corn
  • Stalk Rots Showing Up in Some Corn Fields
  • Value of Stocker Cattle
  • Is This A Year To Hold Calves?
  • Online Mortality Composting Certification
  • Dairy Excel’s 15 Measures of Dairy Farm Competitiveness: Mission Statement
  • Extension Talk

October 14, 2020 Issue:

  • Ohio Corn, Soybean and Wheat Enterprise Budgets - Projected Returns for 2021
  • Are Wedding Barns Considered Agri-Tourism?
  • Be Prepared for Combine Fires during Harvest Season
  • Still Planting Wheat?
  • Multi-Species Grazing as an Alternative to Pasture Spraying
  • Milk Prices, Components, Questions & CFAP 2

October 7, 2020 Issue:

  • Harvest to Spring Weather Outlook
  • Gibberella Ear Rots
  • Ohio Farm Custom Rates 2020
  • Hay Sampling 101
  • A Decade of Poor Net Returns for Crop Producers
  • Coronavirus Food Assistance Program - Part 2
  • Nutrition for Lambing
  • Take the OSU Extension Health Survey
  • Mapping Your Woodland
  • Take a Break Email Wellness Challenge

September 30, 2020 Issue:

  • Decent Harvest Weather Likely to Continue into October
  • Harvest Outlook to be held on October 1 at 8:30 a.m.
  • Farm Office Live Scheduled for October 7, 2020
  • 2021 Crop Enterprises Released
  • You Can’t Starve Profit Into A Cow Or A Hay Field!
  • Alternative Forages
  • Demand for Local Beef Remains Strong
  • The Pursuit of Happiness

September 23, 2020 Issue:

  • Coshocton County Soybean Weed Survey
  • Fall-applied herbicides - what goes around comes around
  • Fall Forage Management Tips
  • Be Alert to Late-Season Potential Forage Toxicities
  • Expansion of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program Begins Sept. 21
  • Last Chance: Act Now to Update PLC Yields
  • Governor signs Ohio coronavirus immunity bill
  • Safely Sharing the Road During Harvest

September 16, 2020 Issue:

  • Labor Day Rainfall Eases Drought
  • It’s time for the Hessian Fly-free Date
  • Again
  • Poisonous Pasture Weeds
  • Ask the Expert Sessions to be held
  • during 2020 Farm Science Review
  • Silo Film Screening during FSR

September 9, 2020 Issue:

  • Scout now for cressleaf groundsel in hayfields, or pay the price in May
  • Wheat Management for Fall 2020
  • Lessons Learned by a Cattleman in 2020
  • CFAP Deadline Extended until September 11, 2020
  • Ask the Expert Sessions to Be Held Live During 2020 Farm Science Review.
  • What You Should Know Before Butchering on The Farm
  • Noxious weeds on your property: what is your responsibility?

September 2, 2020 Issue:

  • Autumn Harvest Season Weather
  • Herbicide Residue Considerations for
  • Fall Cover Crop Establishment
  • Should Tailgate Safety Meetings Be Part of Your Routine?
  • Keeping Agritourism Employees Healthy this Season
  • Farmer Sentiment Rebounds as Commodity Prices Rally and Agriculture Trade Prospects Improve
  • CFAP Deadline Extended until September 11, 2020
  • When the Art and Science of Grazing May Not Match
  • Six Post-Pandemic Food Predictions
  • Is it Time for the Dairy Industry to Change & Adapt?

August 26, 2020 Issue:

  • Pasture Walk a Success
  • Management Considerations for
  • Warm-Season Perennials
  • Fall Overgrazing can be Double
  • Trouble
  • Making Corn Silage in Dry
  • Conditions
  • Corn Silage Harvest Timing
  • Adapt & Change

August 19, 2020 Issue:

  • Derecho Devastates the Midwest While Ohio's Dry-Weather Pattern Continues
  • How to Identify Late Season Soybean Diseases in 2020
  • Are StinkBugs in Your Soybeans
  • Thinking about Storing More Grain this Fall?
  • Fertility Calculator for Ohio Recommendation
  • Facing Farm Financial Stress: Assessing the Bankruptcy Option
  • Pasture Walk Slated for August 25
  • Valuing Bred Beef Heifers
  • Is it Oak Wilt or Not?

August 12, 2020 Issue:

  • Pasture Walk Slated for August 25
  • Updated Tri-State Fertilizer Recommendations Available
  • Estimating Corn Yields
  • Adapt and Change
  • Poultry Litter Application
  • Custom Cattle Feeding; a Retained Ownership Option
  • Evaluating Ohio Yield Possibilities for
  • 2019 Agricultural Risk Coverage
  • County Level Payment Rates
  • The Annual Pumpkin Field Day Goes Virtual!

August 5, 2020 Issue:

  • Coshocton County Fairing Better Than Most of State
  • Asian Longhorned Tick Confirmed in Gallia County
  • Start Checking Your Livestock for the Asian Longhorned Tick
  • ODA Asks Ohioans to Send in Unsolicited Seeds
  • New OSU Extension Field Specialist for Beef Cattle
  • Pasture and Forage Weed Control

July 29, 2020 Issue:

  • Budgeting Using $3.40 Corn and $8.50 Soybean
  • Climate and Hydrology Pattern to Relax in August
  • 2020 Ohio Wheat Performance Test
  • New Crop Staging Videos
  • ODA Asks Public to Not Plant any Unsolicited Packages of Seeds
  • Management Considerations for Backgrounding Calves
  • Be Flexible in Your Marketing Plan
  • Dairy Excel- Where Do You Do Your Strategic Planning?
  • Poison Hemlock Irritant or Killer?
  • Coshocton Extension Office Update

July 22, 2020 Issue:

  • Pasture Walk Scheduled for July 28
  • Late Summer Establishment of Perennial Forages
  • Replacing “Junk” Forage with “Quality” Forage
  • Leafhoppers, Grasshoppers, and Beetles, Oh My!
  • Heat Alert – Farm Workers at Increased Risk this Summer
  • Dog Days of Summer- David’s Monthly Beacon Article
  • Rory Lewandowski Set to Retire from OSU Extension
  • The Ag Law Harvest
  • Coshocton Extension Office Update

 

July 15, 2020 Issue:

  • 2020 Fall Foliage & Farm Tour Canceled
  • Farm Science Review to be held Virtual in 2020
  • Corn Pollination
  • Western Bean Cutworm Numbers Starting to Increase
  • Dairy Farmers Impacted by Negative Producer Price Differential
  • Specialty Crops Available for CFAP Funding
  • 2020 Clean Sweep: Agricultural Pesticide Disposal
  • Online Pesticide & Fertilizer Recertification Available for 2020 Expirations
  • Could early weaning increase your profits?
  • Ohio Hop Growers Tour
  • Pasture Walk Scheduled for July 28
  • Coshocton Extension Office Update

July 8, 2020 Issue:

  • Coshocton Extension Office Update
  • July Brings on the Heat
  • Foliar Fertilizer Applications to Soybean
  • Corn Growth in Hot and Dry Conditions
  • Mid-Season Weed Management in Soybeans – Hot, Dry Edition
  • Drought Projections Do Not Go Well With Fungicide Applications
  • Farm Animals Need to Keep Cool During Heat Waves Too
  • Pasture Walk Scheduled for July 28

July 1, 2020 Issue:

  • Hotter & Drier Than Normal for Much of July
  • Western Bean Cutworm Monitoring
  • Double Crop Soybean Recommendations
  • Pasture Management – I Read on the Internet…
  • Pasture Walk Scheduled for July 28
  • Cull Cow Market Dynamics
  • CDC Releases Checklist for Creating a COVID-19 Control Plan on Farms
  • SWCD Cover Crop Deadline is July 8

June 24, 2020 Issue:

  • What a Difference a Year Makes
  • Soybean Vegetative Growth Stages
  • Dicamba Battles Continue
  • The 6th Annual National Forage Week
  • Forage Management & Cow Size
  • Oats as a Late Summer Forage Crop
  • Avoid Heat Stress in Your Sheep and Goats
  • Toxic Plants & Small Ruminants – Wild Cherry
  • Farm Office Live on June 25
  • David’s Monthly Beacon Article

June 17, 2020 Issue:

  • ODA: Dicamba Use in Ohio Ends June 30
  • True Armyworm Infestations
  • Cover Crop Considerations After Wheat
  • First Farm Friday Canceled for 2020
  • CFAP for Sheep & Wool Producers
  • Farm Aid COVID-19 Great Lakes Farmer Emergency Relief Fund
  • Farm Office Live on June 25

June 10, 2020 Issue:

  • CFAP Program for Beef Producers
  • Weather Potpourri
  • Court Ruling on Dicamba Products for Xtend Soybeans
  • Dicamba Takes Another Blow: Court of Appeal Vacates Dicamba Registration
  • Lower First Cutting Hay Yields Being Reported
  • Poison Hemlock is Blooming
  • Farm Office Live on June 11
  • Measles on Peonies?

June 3, 2020 Issue:

  • Cressleaf Groundsel in Hay
  • Recommendations for Soybeans Planted in June
  • Determining Forage Moisture Content
  • Hay Yields Off?  Don’t Panic, There’s Time to Take Action
  • Pastures Already Short?  The Stocking Rate is Too High
  • Use the Field Guide to find answers for your crop problems
  • Farm Office Live on June 11
  • Limited Pesticide and Fertilizer Testing to Resume at ODA on June 2
  • CFAP Sign-up Underway

May 27, 2020 Issue:

  • Summer Weather Outlook
  • Farm Office Live on May 28
  • Coshocton SWCD’s 2020 Cover Crop
  • Limited Pesticide and Fertilizer Testing to Resume at ODA on June 2
  • CFAP Sign-Up Begins!
  • David’s Beacon Article on CFAP
  • Expect Higher Solvency Rates on Farms in 2020

May 20, 2020 Issue:

  • USDA Announces Details of CFAP
  • Honey Bee Swarms-Cause for Alarm?
  • Warmer Weather, Finally!
  • Ohio Corn, Soybean & Wheat Enterprise Budgets Updated
  • Control of Multiflora Rose in Pastures
  • Coshocton SWCD’s 2020 Cover Crop Cost Share Program
  • Scab Risk Low, but Keep Your Eyes on Leaf Diseases
  • Farm Office Live on May 28
  • Answer to What are these Weeds?

May 13, 2020 Issue:

  • Cold Weather Impact on Corn and Soybean
  • Burndown and Residual Herbicide Issues
  • Set Yourself Up for Grazing Success
  • Making Baleage as a Stored Forage Production Option
  • Wendell Waters to be Inducted in Ohio Ag Hall of Fame
  • David Kohl: The Black Swan Has Landed
  • USDA Webinar: Applying for Payments through Coronavirus Assistance Program:
  • Farm Office Live Session Slated for Thursday, May 14 from 9:00 to 10:30 a.m.
  • Farmers and 1099 filers might qualify for new COVID-19 unemployment benefits program
  • Being and Maintaining an Economically Resilient Farm
  • When Can Unlicensed Applicators Spray on the Farm?
  • What are these Weeds?

May 6, 2020 Issue:

  • Much Like April, Cool Weather Lingers During the First Week of May
  • How Late Can I Plant Forages?
  • Hay Making and the Balancing Act . . . Quality vs Quantity!
  • Making and Maintaining Quality Baleage
  • What’s in your Baleage? – Inadequate Fermentation may lead to Botulism
  • The Basics of Pricing Freezer Beef
  • Thoughts Concerning the U.S. Beef Industry
  • Cressleaf Groundsel in Wheat & Hay
  • Thinking of Planting Trees in your Yard?
  • Asian Giant Hornet in the Northwest United States

April 29, 2020 Issue:

  • Cool and Damp End of April, Warmer Start to May
  • Economic Assistance for Agriculture during COVID-19
  • Latest COVID-19 Legislation to Provide More Funds for Farm Businesses
  • Cattle & Beef Markets
  • Interested in Soil Health? Learn together with OSU Extension
  • Annie’s Virtual Reunion Slated for May 6, 2020
  • The OSU Extension Farm Office is Open
  • Is it Time to Re-evaluate your Manure Storage and Application for Years to Come?
  • WHIP Not Only Applies to Baseball- Enrollment at FSA Now Open
  • You Received your Stimulus Check, Now What?
  • Why Should You Calibrate Your Sprayer and How?

April 22, 2020 Issue:

  • Update on the Impact of COVID-19 on Ag Markets
  • USDA Announces Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP)
  • Cool Weather to Hang-on
  • Managing Stored Grain into Summer
  • How Cold is too Cold for Winter Wheat?
  • Meat vs COVID-19; The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Supply and Demand
  • Measuring Liquidity by Examining Current Ratio and Working Capital
  • Lawn Care During Above Normal Moisture Conditions
  • Can you ID this wetland plant?
  • David’s Beacon Ag Extension Talk Article

April 15, 2020 Issue:

  • COVID-19 Federal Rural Resource Guide Available
  • COVID-19 Could Slash Farm Income by 19%
  • Cold Then Warmer for Late April
  • CFAES Ag Weather System Near-Surface Air & Soil Temperatures/Moisture
  • Employer Information for COVID Positive Employee
  • PPE Shortage for Pesticide Applicators
  • Hay Equipment Checkpoints for Optimal Drying
  • Ponds in Times of Excess Water
  • Midwest Vegetable Production Guide Now Available
  • The OSU Extension Farm Office is Open
  • The Ag Law Harvest
  • Can you ID this wetland plant?

April 8, 2020 Issue:

  • How is COVID Impacting Ag Markets?
  • Governmental Assistance for Weathering the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • The OSU Extension Farm Office is Open
  • Big Temperature Swings Next Two Weeks
  • Pasture Turnout; Wait, not yet!
  • Establishing New Forage Stands
  • Seedcorn Maggot A Possibility in Some Fields This Spring
  • Spring Farm Safety Reminders
  • Get Ready to Plant
  • Pasture Rental Rates and the Price of Hay
  • Ag Law Harvest
  • Mulch Volcanos are Erupting in Landscapes!

April 1, 2020 Issue:

  • What if I Missed Pesticide Private Applicator & Fertilizer Re-Certification?
  • Challenging Conditions Remain into April
  • Common Mullein- Mother Nature’s Answer to our Toilet Paper Shortage?
  • Ohio’s Coronavirus-19 Stay at Home Order & Agricultural Businesses
  • On Farm Biosecurity to Keep Us and Employees Safe
  • Coronavirus Aid, Relief, & Economic Security Act (CARES)- What does it Mean for Farmers?
  • Poison Hemlock Control
  • Nitrogen Rate Recommendations for Wheat 2020
  • Broadcasting Red Clover into Wheat
  • The Calving Stall
  • Take Notice of Winter Annual Weeds in the Landscape
  • David’s March 25 Beacon Article

March 25, 2020 Issue:

  • Coshocton County Extension Office Closure
  • Livestock Mortality Workshop Canceled
  • Backyard Poultry Production Zoom Meeting
  • OSU Extension Announces Ag Madness: A Tournament of Education
  • Control of Poison Hemlock
  • IRS Delays Filing until July 15
  • COVID-19 Resources for Farmers
  • Approaches for Reestablishing Hay Feeding Areas
  • Creep Feeding Lambs
  • Massive Stimulus Deal Authorizes Billions in New Farm Aid
  • Ohio Farm Custom Rate Survey 2020
  • March 25 Ag Update on WTNS

March 18, 2020 Issue:

  • Coshocton County Extension Office Closure
  • Ohio Farm Custom Rate Survey 2020
  • Wet Weather for the Rest of March
  • eFields 2019 Results Webinar Slated for March 25
  • Winter Wheat Stand Evaluation
  • Emergency Preparation Considerations for Beef Operations
  • Impact of Reported Coronavirus Cases on Live Cattle Futures
  • March 18 Ag Update on WTNS
  • Upcoming Programs

March 11, 2020 Issue:

  • Some Good Weather News
  • Managing Mud Season
  • Benchmarks for the Cow/Calf Producer
  • Rhizobia Inoculant Following the 2019 Season
  • Cover Crop Termination
  • Pasture Species Selection for Sheep
  • 2020 Spring Sheep Shearing School Announced
  • Backyard Fruit Production Workshop Postponed until April 28
  • ODA Pesticide Testing Date Postponed
  • SWCD Tree Sales
  • Coshocton County Dairy Banquet on March 20
  • National Ag Day Luncheon
  • Upcoming Programs

 

February 26, 2020 Issue:

  • Sharpen Your Farm Management Skills at Lunch Webinars
  • Hay Quality Workshop Slated for March 3
  • Private Pesticide Applicator and Fertilizer Re-Certification Session on March 4
  • Tiverton Institute on March 4-5
  • Farmers Breakfast on March 10
  • eFields Meeting on March 10
  • ODA Testing Date in Coshocton County Slated for March 16
  • Mortality Composting Workshop on March 18
  • 7th Annual East Ohio Women in Ag Conference
  • Coshocton County Dairy Banquet on March 20
  • National Ag Day Luncheon
  • Backyard Fruit Production Workshop
  • SWCD Tree Sales
  • Farm Bill Decision Deadline Approaching
  • Making and Maintaining Quality Baleage
  • What’s Included in Your Calving Book
  • Muddy Issues- Mastitis & Scours
  • Small Herd Sire Decisions
  • OSU Searching for Beef Cattle Specialist
  • Upcoming Programs

February 12, 2020 Issue:

  • Wetter Conditions Remain Favored into Spring
  • Overwintering of Pathogens and Insects 
  • eFields Meeting on March 10
  • Hay Quality Workshop Slated for March 3
  • Are your grazing animals in balance with your forages?
  • When to start grazing: Don’t rush it!
  • Farm Financial Management School Slated for February 27
  • Sharpen Your Farm Management Skills at Lunch Webinars
  • Backyard Fruit Production Workshop
  • 7th Annual East Ohio Women in Ag Conference
  • Is Your Business Ready for Your Death
  • A Super Time to Scout for Bagworms
  • 2020 Ohio Vegetable Trials
  • Spotted Lanternfly Slowly Approaching Ohio
  • Upcoming Programs

January 29, 2020 Issue:

  • 2020 Agronomy School Recap
  • Early Indications Point to a Wetter Spring
  • Two More Farm Bills Meetings
  • February 11th Farmers Breakfast
  • Farm Financial Management School Slated for February 27
  • Sharpen Your Farm Management Skills at Lunch Webinars
  • Planning for the Future of Your Farm Workshop
  • Ohio Farm Custom Rate Survey 2020
  • OSU Extension Farm Business Analysis Program
  • 7th Annual East Ohio Women in Ag Conference
  • 2020 Ohio Forage and Grasslands Council Conference
  • Winter Beef Meetings
  • 2019 eFields Report Released
  • Leading by Exception
  • Upcoming Programs

January 15, 2020 Issue:

  • 2020 Agronomy School - January 28
  • 7th Annual East Ohio Women in Ag Conference
  • Winter Beef Meetings
  • 2020 Ag Outlook Meeting
  • Goals for Your Cow Herd in 2020
  • The Art and Science of Developing Heifers
  • eFields Publication Released
  • Ohio Ag Law Blog--A look back: agricultural law in 2019
  • Master Gardener Training Class
  • Upcoming Programs

January 1, 2020 Issue:

  • Weed Control Guides Available
  • 2019 Ohio Performance Trials
  • 2019 Farmers Tax Guides
  • What’s on our Christmas Wish List?
  • Choosing Varieties & Hybrids for 2020
  • Winter Application of Manure
  • Reducing Hay Storage and Feeding Losses
  • Farm Succession and Red Angus: An Eye to the Future?
  • A Year in Review
  • Winter Beef Programs
  • Precision University: Combating Compaction
  • 2020 Agronomy School Slated for January 28
  • 2020 Ag Outlook Meeting
  • Beef 509 Program to be held in February
  • Master Gardener Training Class
  • Upcoming Programs