OSU Sheep Team

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About

Ohio State University Sheep Team

Our Mission:

To improve the profitability, viability and sustainability of Ohio Sheep Producers through and educational process based on scientific information and identified need.

Team Members:

Doug Clevenger
OARDC, Sheep Center
Wooster, OH44691
Phone: 330-262-4217
e-mail: clevenger.2@osu.edu

Francis Fluharty
OARDC
Garlaugh Hall
Wooster, OH 44691
Phone: (330) 263-3904 FAX: (330) 263-3949
E-mail: fluharty.1@osu.edu

Mike Gastier
OSU Extension, Huron County
180 Milan Avenue
Norwalk , OH, 44857-1192
Phone: 419-668-8219
E-Mail: gastier.3@osu.edu

Roger High
OSU, Animal Sciences
222 E. Animal Science Bldg.,
2029 Fyffe Road, Columbus, OH 43210
Phone: 614-292-0589FAX: 614-292-1515
e-mail: rhigh@ofbf.org

Paul Kuber
4-H, Animal Sciences
Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center
2201 Fred Taylor Drive, Columbus, OH 43210
Phone: 614/247-8305
e-mail: kuber.2@osu.edu

Rory Lewandowski
OSU Extension – Athens County
428 W. Liberty St.
Wooster 44691
Phone: 330-264-8722
email: lewandowski.11@osu.edu

Clif Little
OSU Extension, Guernsey Co.,
11296 East Pike, Suite 1
Cambridge, OH 43725-9669
Phone: 740-432-9300FAX: 740-439-1817
e-mail: little.16@osu.edu

Jeff McCutcheon
OSU Extension, Morrow Co.,
871 W. Marion Rd., Suite 102
Mt. Gilead, OH 43338
Phone: 419-947-1070FAX: 419-947-1071
e-mail: mccutcheon.30@cfaes.osu.edu

Bill Shulaw
OSU Veterinary Preventive Medicine
253 Sisson Hall
1900 Coffey Rd
Columbus, OH 43210-1092
Phone: (614) 292-9453 FAX (614) 292-4142
E-mail: shulaw.1@osu.edu

Mark Smith
NRCS, S.E. Ohio Resource Conservationist
724 S. 7th St., Room B105
Coshocton, Ohio 43812
Phone: 740-622-2930FAX: 740-622-8071
e-mail: mark.smith@oh.nrcs.usda.gov

Henry Zerby
OSU Animal Science
2029 Fyffe Road
Columbus, OH 43210
Phone: (614) 688-4584 FAX (614) 292-2929
E-mail: zerby.8@osu.edu

5 Comments

5 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Curt Cline // Jul 20, 2008 at 5:57 pm

    Graet website! Long overdue. This helps to show what a great job OSU extension dose and how important they are to the sheep industry by making extension easy to access. Thanks to all for they hard work! Curt

  • 2 Kelvin Muhammad // Jan 18, 2013 at 3:57 pm

    I would like to start a sheep and goat ranch that uses agroforestry in Glascock County, GA. What type of trees are best? Looking to fix soil as it was a kaolin mine. I can be reached at 803-634-0731.

    Thank you

  • 3 Jeff McCutcheon // Jan 18, 2013 at 4:07 pm

    Kelvin,

    Sounds great and outside our area of expertise. Have you contacted your local University of Georgia Extension Office? Or your state sheep specialist http://www.sheepusa.org/Extension_Offices/state/GA ?

  • 4 LARRY CHRISTENSEN // Apr 15, 2013 at 6:31 pm

    I WANT TO LEARN ESTRUS SYNC, STUD COLLECTION, SEMEN HANDLING, AI, AND EMBRYO TRANSFER IN SHEEP. I DON’T WANT JUST AN ON-LINE CLASS. I AM INTERESTED IN CLASSES WITH LAB TIME. WHERE DO I BEGIN?

  • 5 Kathryn Watson // Jul 18, 2013 at 12:41 pm

    Hello,
    My name is kathryn, and I am very much interested in becoming certified in AI, ET as well as semen collection. I live in Utopia Texas but I am open to the idea of taking classes out of state. What all qualifications must I meet in order to become certified in this specialization?
    Any advice to get me going in the right direction is greatly appreciated.
    Thank you for your time,

    Kathryn W

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