1. Precision Ag Day: Sprayer Technology

    Aug. 15, 2019

    Advanced sprayer technology today allows applicators to more precisely apply pesticides and nutrients. This enables farmers to use less product and apply more efficiently which reduces cost and supports a more sustainable environment.

  2. Helping Farmers Deal with Stress

    Jun. 28, 2019

    With this being a rural community, most of us probably know at least one farmer. The weather this year and current commodity prices has stress levels running high on many farms. While we all deal with stress fairly regularly, difficult times in farming can cause an excessive amount of stress that is hard for someone to process. Most farms are a family business which has its own stressors such as being able to provide for one’s family and keep a farm that has been in the family for several generations afloat. There are also many factors that affect farms for which they have no control over...

  3. Farmers for America Movie Screening

    Jun. 11, 2019

    The Champaign County Ag Association, committee of the Champaign County Chamber of Commerce, presents a Movie on the Farm Night. The event will be held on June 20th, 2019 at Pretty Prairie Farm and feature Farmers for America. The movie is narrated by Mike Rowe and shares the story of the future of American farmers.

  4. Prevented Plant

    May. 29, 2019

    OSU Extension will hold a Prevented Plant meeting on Friday, May 31, 8-10am. Location: Auditorium in Champaign County Community Center, 1512 South US Hwy 68, Urbana. Ohio State University and Crop Insurance providers will provide information on the details of prevented plant insurance as well as decision making strategies regarding government payments, agronomy and more.

  5. Chainsaw Safety

    May. 23, 2019

    Being a landowner often means the inevitable use of a chainsaw. Every aspect from the equipment used to felling the tree have dangerous components that can lead to deadly results. With new invasive species such as Bush Honeysuckle and the Emerald Ash Borer, our woods need the attention of a chainsaw to maintain their aesthetics, usefulness and health.

  6. 4-H Camp Registrations are now open for 2019 Camp June 25-29

    May. 04, 2019

    4-H Camp is open to all 4-H youth just completing 3rd-8th grade.  Non- 4-H members can attend as long as space is available.  

    Complete registration packets must be turned into the Extension Office no later than June 7, 2019.  Spots will be filled on a first-come, first-serve basis.  

    A little about this year's camp: 

  7. All About Rose

    May. 03, 2019

    Join Ohio State University Extension on May 15 from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m. for a session “All About Roses” where we’ll discover a little history, differences in rose types, care, maintenance, selection, pruning, the best roses for the Midwest and what new roses are in development. Participants will receive a rose to take home.


    Apr. 22, 2019


    DUE MAY 1 by 4pm. 

    All Breeding ID forms for Swine, Beef, Sheep, Goats, and Dairy. All Swine picture ID forms Due. (Market and Breeding) All Horse leases, ID forms, Permission to participate forms. 

    Tag / Weigh-In Dates

  9. Calling All Gardeners

    Apr. 03, 2019

    Winter weather has started to give up its foothold and it has many gardeners itching to get their hands dirty. The Champaign County Master Gardener Volunteers have a couple of events to help you get started.

  10. Champaign County Goat Council's Annual Livestock Equipment Consignment Sale

    Mar. 19, 2019

    When: Sat April 20th, 2019

    Where: Champaign County Fairgrounds Urbana, Ohio

    Time: 10:00am

    We are looking for consignments of livestock items. Those who are may be getting out of their 4H years may have items that could be consigned to help new 4Hers be able to get items they need for this year. All proceeds benefit our County Goat Exhibitors!

    If you are interested in consigning or have any questions, contact Eric Price 937-631-0060

    We will have pics on Auctionzip as available

    Auctioneer—Eric Price