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Hardin County – Farmers will have two opportunities to attend Extension programs on Tuesday, February 25.  Complimentary breakfast will be provided as part of the Conservation Tillage Club meeting held at the Plaza Inn in Mt. Victory starting at 7:30 am.  The program will feature a presentation on Agricultural Law by Robert Moore, LPA with Wright Law Company out of Dublin.  A former OSU Extension Agent in Fairfield County, Moore will focus his remarks on farm succession, and passing the family operation down to the younger generation.  Moore will be joined by Hardin County Sheriff Keith Everhart, who will be speaking on Commercial Driver’s License for Ag, as well as other over-the-road issues and laws that would be of interest to farmers.
The Conservation Tillage Breakfast program series is jointly sponsored by OSU Extension and the Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Hardin, Logan, and Union Counties.  Breakfast is provided by the generous support of agricultural lenders and agricultural businesses.  This event is open to the public and no advance registration is required.  Continuing education credits for Certified Crop Advisers will be available in the Professional Development area.
Following this program at the Plaza Inn, there will be a Corn, Soybeans and Wheat Connection webinar at the Hardin County Extension office at 1021 W. Lima Street in Kenton.  This program will begin at 10:00 am and will focus on Weed Control.  ‘Update on New Herbicides/Recommendations, and Managing Herbicide Site of Action’ will be the topic of the presentation.  It will be taught by Dr. Mark Loux, State Specialist Weed Management, Ohio State University Extension.  If you would like to attend this webinar presentation, please call the Hardin County Extension office at 419-674-2297 or email Mark Badertscher at badertscher.4@osu.edu to RSVP so that preparations can be made to accommodate the number of people interested in attending.  There is no cost to participate in this program.
For more information about OSU Extension, Hardin County, visit the Hardin County OSU Extension web site at www.hardin.osu.edu, or the Hardin County OSU Extension Facebook page.

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