Apr. 06, 2017
With a new product now available that's named similarly, the Roundup you select may not be the Roundup you thought it was! Here's why . . .
Mar. 27, 2017
If you have ash trees, and plan to use an insecticide treatment to prevent Emerald Ash Borer from killing them, April is the best time to apply that treatment!
Jan. 05, 2017
The March 2017 deadline to meet this requirement is coming fast! Don't have the time to sit through a Level 2 Food Safety Training? Can't find one near you? We have the answer!
Dec. 09, 2016
The Veterinary Feed Directive (VFD) goes into effect on January 1 2017 and if you raise livestock and ever feed medically important antibiotics such as tetracycline, sulfamethazine, penicillin, neomycin or tylosin, the way you manage your animals’ health will change.
Jul. 06, 2016
Marestail . . . if you frequent farm stores you've heard people talking about how hard it is to kill. If you've been to a lawn and garden store, it's the one they call, "that bushy leafed weed that Roundup doesn't kill."
Jun. 22, 2016
The United States aims to remain free from Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (bird flu). This means all poultry owners need to be on alert, and protect their birds through proper biosecurity!
May. 27, 2016
It is not uncommon this time of year to encounter a slithery visitor in gardens, landscapes, and backyards . . . snakes! But, few around Fairfield County are harmful, and many feed on worms, slugs, insects, and small mammals that may otherwise be eating your garden plants and flowers
May. 10, 2016
Should we be concerned about Zika here in Fairfield County? In fact, one known vector for Zika, the Asian tiger mosquito is an established exotic mosquito pest in Ohio; it will feed on other vertebrates in addition to humans.
Apr. 01, 2016
Utilize this local foods guide of food growers, producers and markets and help preserve the agricultural economy of Fairfield County.
Mar. 31, 2016
Keeping stored grain cool is important as outdoor temperatures start to warm this spring because each 10 degrees the grain temperature increases reduces the allowable storage time by about half.