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  1. Cold Weather Calf Care

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

    with a solids content of 12.5% utilizing a 20:20 crude protein to fat content used in warmer months ... a higher fat content or add an additional fat supplement to the milk replacer feeding program.  In ... addition, increase the solids concentration up to 15 to 16%.  When the solid content is increased, provide ...

  2. 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 ...

  3. Fair Wrap-up and Tailgating

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    juice with water to decrease the sugar content.  The smoothie bike was a great hit with the youth. ... diseases to a minimum.  Don’t process tomatoes from dead vines or with blemishes, as the acid content is ... minerals plus fiber to your menu.- Add extra ingredients to boost the nutritional content.  For example to ...

  4. Manage for High Quality Corn Silage

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    silage include a pH below 4.5 and a lactic acid content of 65% or greater of the total volatile fatty ... acids.  To accomplish this requires chopping at the correct moisture content, removing the air as quickly ... silage quality is to harvest at the correct moisture or dry matter (DM) content.  A DM range of 30-38% is ...

  5. Estimating Corn Grain Yield

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    method requires that the corn grain be at physiological maturity with a moisture content of 30 to 35%.  ...

  6. Cereal Rye Cover Crop Termination Ahead of Soybeans

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    presented information from 3 farmer research trials in 2014 and 2015 that looked at the timing of planting ... expense.  The complete report is available on-line at: http://ow.ly/10DGca and can be downloaded as a pdf ...

  7. Fall Management Practices for Wheat

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    download a free pdf of the Ohio Agronomy Guide available at ...

  8. Cloverbud Day Camp

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    ://wayne.osu.edu/sites/wayne/files/imce/Program_Pages/4H/Camp/2017/2017%20CB%20Camp%20Flyer%20%282%29.pdf ...

  9. Corn Silage Production

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    potential to make high quality silage is harvest moisture content.   If the crop is not chopped at the ... correct moisture content, it will not matter if all the next steps are done right, silage quality will be ... poor.  The goal is to chop corn at a whole plant moisture content of 65-70%, or 30-35% dry matter.  Some ...

  10. Forage Harvest Guidelines

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    determines forage quality. Forage quality declines as the forage matures and fiber content increases.  This ... respiration losses continue from the time the plant is cut until it dries down to a moisture content somewhere ... handled the higher those leaf shatter losses will be. The maximum safe moisture content of dry hay depends ...

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