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  1. Students Congregate for Back 2 School Bash

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/students-congregate-for-back-2-school-bash

    On August 29 the Animal Science Community Alliance and CFAES Student Council hosted the Back 2 School Bash. 940 students, over 100 more from last year, traveled to Fred Beekman Park to enjoy kickball, games, cookout, ice cream and interaction with student ...

  2. Agricultural Education Society Banquet

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/events/agricultural-education-society-banquet-0

    Annual awards banquet celebrating the accomplishments of the Agricultural Education Society. Location: Agricultural Administration Building Auditorium Reception beginning at 5:30pm and banquet beginning at 6:00pm. Contact Dr. Susie Whittington at whitting ...

  3. Hancock County Lamb Banquet

    https://hancock.osu.edu/events/hancock-county-lamb-banquet

    Doors open at 6 pm and lamb buffet dinner is at 6:30 pm Hosted by Hancock County Sheep Improvement Association Proceeds used for Hancock County Sheep programs and scholarships Tickets are $50 per family; $15 adult; or $7 child (12 and under); available fr ...

  4. Expanded Ohio State, CFAES brand guidelines now available

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/expanded-ohio-state-cfaes-brand-guidelines-now-available

    Communications and Technology has expanded online information about the new university and college brand guidelines, and has consolidated it into a website at http://cfaes.osu.edu/brand/. This website includes templates and logos, along with information a ...

  5. Farm Science Review: 'Breaking new ground'... while flying above it

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/farm-science-review-breaking-new-ground-while-flying-above-it

    From teaching techniques to help growers improve water and soil quality to helping farmers and producers learn how to combat invasive species, experts from CFAES will seek to "break new ground" during this year's  Farm Science Review  Sept. ...

  6. Unconscious eating? CFAES scientist explores mysteries of appetite

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/unconscious-eating-cfaes-scientist-explores-mysteries-appetite

    What we eat is determined by more than just hunger pangs. It's often an unconscious response to what's around us, according to a sensory researcher with CFAES. "Our environment can affect how much we eat, and even how much we like a food,&q ...

  7. Yes, we can: 'Interest is exploding' in gardening, food preservation

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/yes-we-can-interest-is-exploding-in-gardening-food-preservation

    While the economy took a downturn the last few years, consumer interest in local and organic foods made an upswing. Consumers want to know more these days about where their food is grown, and many are growing at least some of their own food. "We' ...

  8. International Society of Arboriculture honors Dan Herms

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/international-society-arboriculture-honors-dan-herms

    Dan Herms, professor and chair in CFAES's Department of Entomology, is this year's recipient of the International Society of Arboriculture’s (ISA) R.W. Harris Author's Citation. The R.W. Harris Author's Citation is given to authors for ...

  9. OARDC scientists working to fight new deadly U.S. swine disease

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/oardc-scientists-working-fight-new-deadly-us-swine-disease

    Food animal health researchers with CFAES are looking for a unique way to test for and trace the spread of  porcine epidemic diarrhea virus  (PEDV), a disease of swine that was found for the first time in the U.S. in April and that has impacted hundreds o ...

  10. 'We are continuing to look for best management practices' to improve water quality

    https://students.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/news/we-are-continuing-look-for-best-management-practices-improve-water-quality

    With harmful algal blooms forecast to have increased this summer in western Lake Erie, experts with CFAES are continuing to work with farmers statewide to offer steps that agriculture can take to lessen the potential for runoff from farmlands.  Farmers ar ...

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