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Know Your Credit Score
Do you know what your credit score is? Do you realize that it will impact more of your life than just borrowing money if you want to buy a house or a car? Here are some tips from Practical Money Skills:
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Grass growth is starting and one potential problem that can be encountered early in the grazing season by livestock is grass tetany, sometimes called grass staggers.
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Ask A Master Gardener!
Have a gardening question? Ask a master gardener!
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The Wayne County Extension office is here to serve you. We gratefully acknowledge the continued help and support of our local county commissioners Ann Obrecht, Scott Wiggam, and Jim Carmichael. Their input and participation into our programming efforts is appreciated.
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County News
For three months this year the Wayne County 4-H Junior Leaders (youth ages 13-19) are exploring careers that many might affectionately refer to as Farm Heroes. The Junior Leaders are learning what it is like to be a banker, an agricultural extension educator, farm equipment dealer, GPS technician, veterinarian, farm policy lobbyist, animal nutritionist, crop insurance agent, and many other interesting careers that help farmers solve problems.
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4-H offers youth opportunities to develop life skills such as leadership, responsibility, initiative, confidence, the ability to speak in public, run a meeting, balance a checkbook, and so much more through hands-on experiential learning. 4-H delivers experiential learning through more than 200 different projects that youth can choose from as well as through opportunities at numerous camps, livestock clinics, and other special events.
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State News
Find recent "Grazing School" presentations on-line here!
The "Pastures for Profit" grazing school is a comprehensive course in Management Intensive Grazing
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Do Wildlife enjoy your Garden more than you do?
When planning your garden, don't forget your plan to exclude the wildlife!
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