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Feed the World outreach at the fair

Aug 5, 2022
Feed the World was at the Ohio State Fair to engage and educate the public! Alumni …

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Investigating soil and water

Highbanks Metro Park, Highbanks Metro Park, Northern Shelter House (Lewis Center, OH)
Come learn about soil science and water quality at Highbanks Metro Park.

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Energy and ethanol

7 lessons

What is ethanol? How much corn is dedicated to ethanol production? Why should corn be used to produce ethanol?

Soil and sustainability

7 lessons

How is farming a system? What are the inputs (fertilizer, pesticide, seed) and outputs (crop yield, emissions, runoff)? What impact does soil as a storage have on the consequences of these inputs and outputs?

Did you know?

There are seven operational ethanol plants and 120 E-85 stations in Ohio

40% of Ohio’s corn goes towards ethanol production without reducing available stocks for food and animal feed. 33% of the corn used to produce ethanol returns to the market as animal feed (DDGs). 523 million gallons of ethanol was produced in Ohio in 2016.

Ethanol helps to produce cleaner air

Ethanol use is estimated to have reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 110 metric tons—equal to removing 20 million vehicles off the road—in 2016.

Farmers are taking action to keep nutrients in the fields

Farmers are creating customized nutrient management plans utilizing the best farming practices to keep nutrients out of waterways and in their fields.

Ohio corn is used for more than food

Ohio corn is used for feed, fuel and other renewable products.