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Stay on top of what is happening in the field and the farm office as Amanda Douridas and Elizabeth Hawkins interview experts in agronomy and farm management. Hosted by The Ohio State University Extension, this podcast takes a bi-monthly dive into specific issues that impact agriculture, such as: weather, land value, policies, commodity outlooks, and more. For more information on agronomy and farm management visit agcrops.osu.edu and u.osu.edu/ohioagmanager.
 
The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law U.S. Supreme Court podcast utilizes faculty experts from specific areas of law to discuss cases decided or pending by the Court, trends in the Court's decisions, or other issues facing the Court. Moritz faculty includes seven former Supreme Court clerks and experts from nearly every area of the law. The podcast is intended for scholars, students, legal professionals and journalists looking for thoughtful and concise commentary on some of the mo ...
 
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This second in a two-part podcast features an expert panel from The Ohio State University reacting to Ned Hill’s Institute for Materials Research Materials Week webinar presentation on “Lies, Damn Lies and Consultants: What Manufacturing and Supply Chain Leaders Need to Know about Digital Manufacturing, Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things.” In …
 
It’s Stand Up for Grain Safety Week. Handling grain safely all begins before the grain ever leaves the field. We provide some harvest and storage tips and tools farmers can implement to reduce poor grain quality. We also share some safety practices you can implement on the farm to keep all employees and family safe around grain handling scenarios. …
 
Dr. Mark Loux, the Ohio State University Extension Weed Specialist, and Peggy Kirk Hall, Ohio State Extension Ag Law Specialist, combine their expertise to dissect the dicamba lawsuit, what led to it and what has happened since. New technologies and a buying shift has changed some reliance on this product as farmers continue to sort out what the be…
 
During a recent Materials Week webinar Ned Hill, a faculty associate at the Ohio Manufacturing Institute, spoke about OMI research on digitally connected manufacturing enterprises and what is needed strategically and operationally to support them along the Industry 4.0 pathway. This first segment covers Ned’s presentation on “Lies, Damn Lies and Co…
 
It’s that time of year again. Dr. Aaron Wilson, Research Scientist with the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, joins us to talk current weather conditions and reveal what forecasts are saying for this spring. To view the videos mentioned during this podcast, please visit the Agronomic Crops Team and Ohio State Precision Ag YouTube channels. Le…
 
The 4th eFields report was released at the beginning of the year sharing research results from the 2020 growing season. Each year OSU Extension continues to add partners and trials. This year the report encompasses 39 counties and 218 on-farm sites. Mary Griffith joins us as we focus in on 3 trails: SmartFirmer seedings rates, soil health sampling,…
 
A self-professed Industry 4.0 champion and digital transformation leader, Ted Rozier serves as director of engineering at Festo Didactic North America. The company is a global leader in designing and implementing Industry 4.0 learning laboratories, educational equipment and programs that train people to perform in highly dynamic and complex industr…
 
Farm transition goes beyond estate planning and is critical whatever your goals for the future of the farm may be. David Marrison, OSU Extension Educator in Coshocton County, gets us started with some questions every farm should consider before planning for the future. Jot them down and call a farm meeting ASAP because, as David said, “You don’t kn…
 
Corn and Soybean prices have been in an upward trend for the past 6 months. We brought Andrea Flowers with Cargill-Dayton on to help us figure out what caused the price increases and where they will go from here. We talk about what we can expect from China and South America. Andrea shares some marketing tips and what to keep our eye on as we head i…
 
Greg Cebular, vice president of sales at The Technology House, a contract manufacturer specializing in additive manufacturing, cast urethane molding, injection molding, and CNC machining. He is also VP of Sales at Sea Air Space Machining & Molding, a sister company to TTH that specializes in ISO certifications in aerospace, defense and medical indu…
 
The Tri-State Fertilizer Recommendations have been updated and there has been a change in how universities across the Midwest are making P and K recommendations. Listen in as Dr. Steven Culman, Ohio State Soil Fertility Specialist, shares details about these changes and what else we can expect from the updated Tri-State. This is the second in a two…
 
Rebecca Dray, CEO of Society Profits and executive director of Buy Social USA, focuses her work on building networks of accredited social impact businesses selling goods and services to companies across the US. The goal is to develop a social procurement system that improves society alongside corporate sustainability, shareholder and customer satis…
 
The Tri-State Fertilizer Recommendations have been updated and there has been a change in how universities across the Midwest are making nitrogen recommendations. Listen in as Dr. Steven Culman, Ohio State Soil Fertility Specialist, shares details about this change and what else we can expect from the updated Tri-State. This is the first in a two-p…
 
Stephanie Gaffney is the director of Additive Manufacturing Programs at the Youngstown Business Incubator, an internationally recognized program focused on the development of software and additive manufacturing companies in Ohio’s Mahoning Valley. Stephanie Gaffney joined the YBI team in September of 2014 as an industry liaison for the precision pr…
 
Dr. Aaron Wilson, Research Scientist with the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, and Ben Brown, Assistant Professor with the Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics at The Ohio State University provide an outlook into weather and markets. We discuss what we have seen lately and what caused those occurrences and then…
 
On November 1st, Sinister Myth held an online poetry reading a day after Halloween and a few days before the US Presidential Election. Regardless of who would win, the women reading gathered together to perform a protective hex through poems, gathering strength and power. The readers were a squad of seven: Sarona Abuaker, Sascha Aurora Akhtar, Ruth…
 
For Sinister Myth Bitesize this month, we talk with the British poet and writer Roger Robinson. This is a snippet preview of a forthcoming interview with Roger whose book 'A Portable Paradise' won the TS Eliot and Ondaatje Prizes. The T.S. Eliot Prize judges wrote of the book: “The collection’s title points to the underlying philosophy expressed in…
 
Dr. Dee Jepsen and Lisa Pfeifer with the OSU Ag Safety Team join us again this week. We are focusing on roadway safety. Listen in for tips to keep you safe when driving farm equipment and UTVs on the road this fall. Visit the team’s website at AgSafety.osu.eduโดย The Ohio State University
 
Greg Kimmel, National Security Business Line Manager, and John Clay, Research Lead outline their leadership roles and the impact of the Critical Care Decontamination System™ (CCDS) developed and commercialized at Battelle, an international nonprofit research and development firm headquartered in Columbus, Ohio. Beginning his career as a research sc…
 
Dr. Dee Jepsen and Lisa Pfeifer with the Ohio State University Agriculture Safety Team join us to talk about safety around the farm as we get busy with harvest. We discuss safety around the shop, the grain bins and fire prevention. For more info on Grain Bin Safety listen in to episode 41 and episode 42 on Grain Storage Management. Visit the team’s…
 
Mary’beth Ramey, control systems engineer for the Delrin area of DuPont Transportation & Industrial talks to us about her career path in engineering and the innovative products she has worked on at the Washington Works Site in in Parkersburg, West Virginia. Dupont is a spinoff of the world’s fourth-largest chemical company, DowDupont, and is focuse…
 
Dr. Aaron Wilson, Research Scientist with the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, joins us to discuss the weather we experienced across the state during the 2020 growing season and how that is affecting current conditions. He shares what we can expect for the rest of the harvest season and a look into this winter. Join Aaron and Ben Brown at 8:…
 
What is a virtual farm show? Nick Zachrich, Farm Science Review Manager, joins us to discuss what it means to take a farm show virtual. Of course, nothing can replace 10 combines running side by side in one field, but with the situation we are facing today, the FSR team, exhibitors and the College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Sciences hav…
 
Brandon Cornuke, vice president, and Alec Simon, director of Startup Services at the Manufacturing Advocacy & Growth Network (MAGNET) talk about this year’s MSPIRE pitch challenge, which has gone virtual this year.Brandon leads the organization’s efforts to help innovators turn manufactured product ideas into viable businesses. He specializes in st…
 
If you don’t know the history of U.S. interference and dubious practices in Puerto Rico, this interview with Malia Womack is a must hear. Recorded at the end of last year when Malia was completing field work in Puerto Rico, the discussion focuses on the history of US colonialism on the island including the testing of birth control on and sterilizat…
 
Dr. John Fulton, Professor and Extension Specialist with the FABE Department, provides tips on combine prep from mechanics to digital technology. Why is it important to calibrate your yield monitor and how often should you do it? What other information should I be collecting? Dr. Fulton answers these questions and more in this pre-harvest episode.…
 
Matt Garbarino, Director of Marketing Communication at Cincinnati Incorporated outlines his career at one of the oldest machine tool manufacturers in the U.S., producing press brakes, laser cutting systems, shears, PM presses, and additive equipment. Cincinnati was the first company to use Big Area Additive Manufacturing, or BAAM, technology to pri…
 
Jack Sommers and Tim McDaniel, farmers in Champaign County, talk about how they got started using cover crops and what it means for their operation today. We talk about equipment, species used and benefits, including the economics of it. To learn more or attend the Drive it Yourself tour, visit go.osu.edu/CCChampions.…
 
Ben Brown, Assistant Professor with the Department of Agricultural, Environmental and Development Economics at the Ohio State University discusses current market factors affecting grain prices. We get into purchases to China and how well they are holding up their end of the trade deal. Ethanol is also a big consumer of corn that has been affected b…
 
This interview – delayed due to the global pandemic – features Elissa Washuta, a member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe and a nonfiction writer. She is the author of My Body Is a Book of Rules and Starvation Mode, and her book White Magic is forthcoming from Tin House Books. With Theresa Warburton, she is co-editor of the anthology Shapes of Native Non…
 
Norman Jones, PhD, dean and director of The Ohio State University at Mansfield and Aimee Ulstad, associate professor in Integrated Systems Engineering at Ohio State, talk about the new Bachelor of Science in Engineering Program being offered at the regional campuses beginning this Autumn 2020. We discuss the workforce needs, the types of students, …
 
Our guest this week, Dr. Aaron Wilson, does a fact check on wives’ tales used to predict the weather. We had several submitted by our listeners. Join us to find out which ones hold water and which ones are just plain wrong! We break them down into the 3 categories used most to predict weather: Critters, Plants and Current Weather. Dr. Wilson ends t…
 
Farmers from Logan and Champaign Counties received a National Wildlife Federation Cover Crop Champion grant to spread the word about using cover crops. Linda Vernon and Tim Lyden join us to share why they are so passionate about cover crops. Tim discusses his history in using cover, the challenges he’s faced as well has the benefits seen on his far…
 
For 14 years, Joe Sullivan, co-founder of Gorilla 76, a St. Louis-based industrial marketing agency and his team have helped mid-sized B2B manufacturers identify, attract, engage and drive sales opportunities with customers. The company uses a combination of positioning, content marketing, search engine optimization, website development, and sales …
 
We have seen a yield decrease in forages this year due to a number of factors. Christine Gelley, The Ohio State University Extension Educator in Noble County, joins us to discuss practices to improve forage production through time management and fertility. You can learn more on the Forage Focus playlist through the OSU South Centers YouTube channel…
 
Dr. Aaron Wilson, Research Scientist with the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, joins us to discuss the weather we experienced across the state this past spring and how that is affecting current conditions. We also take a look at what the models are predicting into July and August and even further out into harvest.…
 
Kelly Reo, Executive Director of the Center for Operational Excellence at The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business, joined the Center in 2018, bringing over 20 years of management and consulting experience with her. She has served as a program and project manager on many strategic initiatives for large organizations across a variety of …
 
Brian Case joins us from Champaign County to talk about his first generation farm. He discusses how he started his first generation farm, the involvement of his family and their future plans and a unique equipment sharing agreement he has with two other farmers in his area. We also discuss raising barley and improving soil quality.…
 
Gene Baumgardner, a farmer in Fayette and Madison Counties, joins us this week. His partnership with their dairy operation allows him to diversify his crop portfolio and reduce fertilizer costs through manure application. He also shares his experiences serving on the Ohio Corn and Wheat Growers Association board which led him to Morocco and Cyprus.…
 
Rosemary Coates is founder and executive director of the Reshoring Institute (https://reshoringinstitute.org), a nonprofit focused on expanding U.S. manufacturing supply chains. As management consultant for 25 years and president of Blue Silk Consulting, she has helped over 80 global supply chain clients and works as an expert witness on legal case…
 
We continue our farmer interviews with Geoff Mavis. He and his family farm in Fayette County, Ohio. We discuss a number of topics including: farm transition, farmland preservation, on-farm technology and wildlife rehabilitation.โดย The Ohio State University
 
To kick of the 2020 planting season, we interviewed some farmers around Ohio to see what unique and innovative practices they have implemented. Today we introduce you to Aaron Overholser who farms in Darke County. He looks at every acre as an opportunity to learn something new. Aaron farms with his parents and wife and has been very active in condu…
 
Joe Lyden is president of Caster Connection, an Ohio-based manufacturer of casters and wheels with clients that include John Deere, Honda and BMW. The company’s mission is to develop innovative and optimal material handling solutions in order to deliver enhanced ergonomics, safety, and efficiency to their clients. Joe has worked at Columbus Caster …
 
Dr. Aaron Wilson, Research Scientist with the Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, joins us for a look at where we stand going into the 2020 planting season and what we can expect over the next couple of months. Will it be a repeat of 2019?โดย The Ohio State University
 
Weed specialists Dr. Aaron Hager, University of Illinois, and Dr. Mark Loux, Ohio State University, continue our discussion on waterhemp with chemical and mechanical control recommendations. Illinois farmers have dealt with multi-way resistance in Waterhemp for years. Dr. Hager shares his experience and recommendations as we are start to see extens…
 
2020 sees a new production team working on Sinister Myth, and Zoe Brigley interviews them about their interests for creating new thematic strands, including political debates about trauma, the experience of minority students in higher education, and healing in the context of the community. Alex Ameter worked for political campaigns, a foreign polic…
 
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