Virtual farmers’ breakfasts April 17 and April 24

(Posted April 15, 2020)

OSU Extension-Madison County is hosting a special edition “stay-at-home” farmers’ breakfast series. All of the programs will be held virtually, but the first 30 participants to register will receive a gift card for a free coffee and doughnut from Der Dutchman, thanks to sponsorship from Farm Bureau.

The first meeting is set for 8 to 9 a.m. April 17. Aaron Wilson of the State Climatology Office will kick off the meeting with a weather forecast. Then, Scott Shearer of the Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department will talk about soil compaction.

The next meeting is set for 8 to 9 a.m. April 24. Once again, Aaron Wilson of the State Climatology Office will kick off the meeting with a weather forecast. Then, John Fulton of the Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department will talk about sprayer and planter set-up to maximize yield.

The meetings are free to attend, but participants must register in order to receive a Zoom link. Register at https://go.osu.edu/farmersbreakfast or send an email to Mary Griffith, agriculture and natural resources Extension educator, at
griffith.483@osu.edu madison.osu.edu

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