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Pork 509 to focus on pork quality

On Friday, June 29th, the Ohio Pork Council and The Ohio State University Department of Animal Sciences are hosting ‘Pork 509’ – a seminar to discuss pork quality. Throughout the seminar, faculty at the OSU Department of Animal Sciences will host informational sessions regarding welfare, genetics, meat quality, processing characteristics …

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Variability abounds in northwest Ohio

From corn and soybean fields well on their way, to field needing replanted after a washout rain, DuPont Pioneer’s Ryan Terry is seeing just about everything this time of year. He talks about the variability and what the wet weather in his area is stirring up in soybean fields in …

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Hotter than normal May hard on young corn

Can corn grow too fast? After many days in the 80’s and 90’s during the month of May, some corn plants did more growing above ground than in the soil. That can cause some early micro-nutrient issues on the corn crop. In this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report, Field Agronomist …

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Important nitrogen timing decisions being made

For some farmers in DuPont Pioneer’s Bradley Ott’s territory in southwest Ohio, corn was planted in such a timely fashion that it is time to side dress the remainder of nitrogen on before the calendar turns to June. Is that too early? For this week’s DuPont Pioneer Seeds Field Report, …

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