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OSU Extension Hancock County is part of the Maumee Valley Extension Education and Research Area. Our office is located in the Hancock County Agricultural Service Center.
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Online scheduling of project make up judging and livestock interviews is now available. Returning users will need their User Name and Password. If you have any questions, please call OSU Extension Hancock at 419-422-3851.
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Announcements
Hancock County Youth should be aware that Jr Fair Livestock will close on Friday, August 1. In addition, dog show entries are also due this date. Members should be in contact with club advisors at June/July meetings or via phone in early July to assure that entries are made in an accurate and timely manner!
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Learning to safely freeze, can, or dry summer's bounty is a great skill to help you make the most of food resources available to your family. Join Shawn Ochs, our new Extension Educator, Family and Consumer Sciences as she covers the latest university recommended home food preservation practices.
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Ohio State University Extension Hancock County is pleased to welcome Shawn Ochs as the new Family and Consumer Sciences Educator; she is passionate about people and helping them achieve their goals.
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Basic Money Management class
Basic Money Management class to be held July 17 or 23. The cost is $10 but scholarship funds are available for individuals who are referred by a local non-profit agency.
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Find recent "Grazing School" presentations on-line here!
The "Pastures for Profit" grazing school is a comprehensive course in Management Intensive Grazing
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