1. 2018 Preble County Fair DNA Policy

    Jan. 31, 2018

    The Preble County Sr. & Jr. Fair board will begin implementing, in 2018, a new DNA tissue sample policy. DNA tissue samples will be mandatory and taken from the following species. Sheep, Goats, Feeder Calves, and Swine beginning this year. Steers will begin with 2019 projects (nose printing is already completed for 2018).  Please click the link below for the full Preble County Fair DNA Policy

  2. Veterinary Feed Directive

    Dec. 08, 2016

    You may be aware that starting January 1, 2017, you can no longer stop by a feed store and buy medicated feed containing certain types of antibiotics that were previously classified as over-the-counter (OTC) drugs.  As of January 1, 2017 the FDA requires that clients have a VFD to be able to purchase animal feeds containing these anitbiotics.  For more information please click the following link and read the OSU Extension Veterinary Feed...

  3. Preble County Food and Fashion Board

    Nov. 12, 2014

    If you are interested in being considered for selection as a Preble County Food and Fashion Board Member, please complete and return a Food And Fashion Board Application to the Preble County Extension Office.

  4. Conversations on the Future of Extension

    Sep. 22, 2014

    Celebrating the significant accomplishments and deep impact that OSU Extension has had on communities and in the lives of Ohioans provides a great springboard for the future. A significant component of Ohio’s celebration in 2014 will be a year-long process focused on our future. The primary work this year will center on futuring – asking questions about and envisioning the long-term future of OSU Extension as well as the role the organization should play in shaping and positively impacting Ohio and Ohio residents.

  5. Smith-Lever Act Centennial Celebration

    Mar. 06, 2014

    The 100-year anniversary of the Smith-Lever Act, which officially created the national Cooperative Extension System, will be celebrated in 2014. Activities this year will highlight our past and focus on the current application of Cooperative Extension’s mission and vision as we move into our next century.