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  1. Corn Stalks Offer A Low Cost Feed Option

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/corn-stalks-offer-low-cost-feed-option

    (www.iowabeefcenter.org/Forages/grazingcornresidue.pdf) early in a 30 to 60 day corn residue grazing period cattle could select a ration in the 6-7% crude ... protein range with a TDN content of 65-70%.  By the end of the grazing period the expected nutrient ... content is lower, a CP of 5% and a TDN level of 40-45%.  As cattle are forced to consume a higher ...

  2. Cover Crops in Cropping Systems

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/cover-crops-cropping-systems

    https://extension.purdue.edu/extmedia/AY/AY-353-W.pdf Residual Herbicides and Fall Cover Crop Establishment.  https://extension.entm.purdue.edu ... Conservation Service,  https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/nrcs144p2_030986.pdf For those without ...

  3. Minimize Forage Ash Content

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    Forage ash content comes from both internal and external sources.  Internal sources include ... forage.  An average internal ash content for alfalfa is around 8 percent and for grass forages around ... to shoot for is an ash content of 3 percent coming from external sources, so an ash content of around ...

  4. Cold Weather Dairy Calf Care

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/cold-weather-dairy-calf-care

    content should be at least 15%, and higher fat content milk replacers of up to 20% fat are preferred as ... temperatures decline.  The solids content of liquid milk replacer can be increased in cold weather from ... a typical 12.5% to 16%, but be careful in going above this content as diarrhea can result, and recognize ...

  5. Supplemental Forage Options

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    August planted oats or spring triticale forage will have crude protein (CP) content of 12 to 15% and ... August, field peas or soybeans could be added to the mixture to boost the CP content of the forage, an ... August, we would expect the CP content to be increased by 3 to 4 percentage units when including field ...

  6. 4-H Clubs / Committees Annual Financial Reports Due to Extension Office

    https://wayne.osu.edu/events/4-h-clubs-committees-annual-financial-reports-due-extension-office

    turned in. Download a PDF Copy of the Annual 4-H Club / Committee Financial Report Form ...

  7. Grazing Corn Residue

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    protein (CP) content of 8% and a total digestible nutrient (TDN) content of 70% can be expected early in ... content will decrease to 5% CP and 40% TDN.  This is a typical pattern where livestock are provided with ... to 60 days. The nutrient content decreases because livestock are selecting the highest quality, most ...

  8. Alfalfa Last Harvest Management

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/alfalfa-last-harvest-management

    five years, but was September 4 to 30 in 2014 and September 10 to October 4 in 2013. Previous harvest ... are setting in.  Consider soil drainage and soil moisture.  High soil moisture content soils slow down ... increases the risk of damage from spring frost heaving, especially with higher clay content soils. Finally, ...

  9. Laws Defending Ohio Agriculture Production

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    a farm’s production activities.  A copy of that bulletin is available as a pdf file on-line at ...

  10. Corn Silage Harvest Preparation

    https://wayne.osu.edu/news/corn-silage-harvest-preparation

    dry matter content, monitoring kernel processing, use of a silage inoculant, matching silage delivery ... is harvest timing and that is dependent upon the plant moisture or dry matter (DM) content.   This ... field, collect samples to determine moisture content and continue to monitor plant moisture until harvest ...

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