Baleage can be utilized as a plan or as a backup, but the best baleage is a plan and not a rescue
A zookeeper, professor, wildlife educators, gardeners, artists, bug collectors and a dietitian and herb grower are among the experts coming to the Wayne County Fair
Last week we talked about bacterial leaf spot and bacterial speck on tomatoes. This week will be talking about bacterial canker and tomato pith necrosis commonly found on field tomatoes. The following information for this article came from The Ohio State University Department of Plant Pathology.
Factsheets are available at https://go.osu.edu/tomato_diseases
Exploring Crop & Livestock Integration: Barriers & Benefits
Backyard gardeners need to be aware of these diseases even if you only have a few plants
When transporting livestock many actions need to be taken to get the animals safely to their destination
Animals are susceptible to overheating just like humans, the difference is we can go inside into the air conditioning, and they cannot
Finally, the long drought is over but if we experience another one later in the summer you will be prepared after reading this article.
As you are out in the field this spring, you may have noticed vast areas with yellow blooms. What are these plants and do they make good forages?
Knowing when a goat is copper deficient is very important to know when raising goats