No-Till Drill Business Rentals
Wayne SWCD has decided to end its no-till drill rental program. Below are some businesses that have equipment to rent.
Where can I get my seed tested?
Seed Sample Testing
Fill a quart-size zip-lock or other sealable plastic bag with the seed to be tested; double bag the seed and tape the bags shut.
Include your name, address, telephone number, variety of the seed, and lot number of the seed in each bag of seed sent for testing.
Indicate what tests are to be run on the samples submitted.
Mail the samples to:
Grain, Feed, & Seed Section
Ohio Department of Agriculture
8995 East Main St, Bldg. 23
Billing for the tests will be made upon completion of the testing of the seed. The lab fee schedule can be viewed here.
LEAP is a voluntary environmental assurance program for all major livestock species in Ohio, including sheep, beef and dairy cattle, swine and poultry.
As Ohio livestock farmers, taking care of our land, air and water resources is a top priority. We design and follow management plans describing how much manure our farm will produce and how our farm will use or distribute it. We implement pest control measures to minimize insects and rodents. And, we follow best management practices for disposing of deceased animals.
The Ohio Livestock Environmental Assurance Program (LEAP) is a voluntary program to help Ohio’s livestock farms take a proactive approach in protecting the land, air and water on and around our farms. LEAP helps farmers identify and address key management issues affecting environmental quality by providing helpful tools and resources – from regulations and current legislation to specific best management practices and assessments and evaluation tools.