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  1. Undergraduate Research

    https://hcs.osu.edu/courses/hcs-4998

    farms. HCS 4998 should not be taken for Research with Distinction. This course is avaible credit hours ... 4 times.  Undergraduate 1-5 HCS 4998 Undergraduate Research_8_14_20.pdf Spring 2021 Summer 2021 Autumn 2021 ...

  2. Dean's Updates

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/https%3A/cfaesfacultyandstaff.osu.edu/deans-updates

    In-person Program Proposal Process July 20: Dean's Update July 14: Farm Science Review to be Held ... Virtually;  July 14: ATTACHMENT-Farm Science Review Press Release-7/14/20; July 14: ...

  3. What you should know before butchering on the farm

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/what-you-should-know-butchering-the-farm

    CFAES News Team COLUMBUS, Ohio—There’s growing interest in on-farm butchering, say experts at The ... south Texas, where on-the-farm animal processing was common,” said Garcia, who is also a meat specialist ... during this year’s virtual Farm Science Review. Their session, “On-the-Farm Slaughter and Processing,” is ...

  4. Chow Line: Tick that causes meat allergies found in Ohio

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/chow-line-tick-causes-meat-allergies-found-in-ohio

    star tick have gone on to develop an allergy to eating red meat, and in some cases, dairy. The study ... pets with an anti-tick product recommended by a veterinarian. Keep dogs on a leash and avoid allowing ... possible and pulling it straight up with steady, even pressure. Then, disinfect the bite site, and wash ...

  5. Awards and recognitions

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/newsletter/cfaes-monthly/september-2020/awards-and-recognitions

    offset expenses during the recipients’ student teaching experience. Selection is based on academic ... Specifically, Zhao and Chen will develop impact assessment tools for the GHTC program; will reach out to green ... home designers, builders, and manufacturers to create a cohort program to support homeowners’ needs in ...

  6. How to grow fruit in your backyard

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/how-grow-fruit-in-your-backyard

    prerecorded and livestreamed talks at Farm Science Review, sign up on or after Sept. 8 at  fsr.osu.edu. ... Meyer said.  If apples are on your mind, then choose dwarf trees that are easier to manage and also ... tree.’” Meyer, who has taught classes on growing backyard fruit for over 20 years, will share his ...

  7. “Understanding the Economic and Political Effects of Trump’s China Tariffs”

    https://aede.osu.edu/about-us/publications/%E2%80%9Cunderstanding-economic-and-political-effects-trump%E2%80%99s-china-tariffs%E2%80%9D

    SSRN-id3680630ChowSheldon.pdf ...

  8. Eat fresh? Yes, you can garden in fall in Ohio

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/newsletter/cfaes-monthly/september-2020/eat-fresh-yes-you-can-garden-in-fall-in-ohio

    Pam Bennett,  director of CFAES’ statewide  Master Gardener Volunteers  program, is helping lead ... the new  Ohio Victory Gardens program, a joint effort by CFAES and the Ohio Department of Agriculture ... in a trying time—even once summer is over. The program’s website  offers how-to advice and ...

  9. Ohio State Researcher Joins Forces with National Experts to Tackle Consumer Food Waste

    https://aede.osu.edu/news/ohio-state-researcher-joins-forces-national-experts-tackle-consumer-food-waste

    education, information on implementing and evaluating food waste interventions and everyday tips for reducing ... negative consequences of interventions (trade-offs) and focuses on identifying opportunities to maximize ... the sole economist on the panel. He worked to bring insights concerning consumer behavior and ...

  10. Farm animals and COVID-19: Should you be worried?

    https://cfaes.osu.edu/news/articles/farm-animals-and-covid-19-should-you-be-worried

    moves from one building to another on a farm, washing off boots and using a hand sanitizer before ... started in bats, some people might be genuinely concerned about their farm animals. Could the animals ... minks, domestic cats, and some dogs have become infected with COVID-19. But neither pets nor farm animals ...

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