Farm and Dairy’s week in review: 8/29
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SALEM, Ohio – The Ohio Department of Agriculture is saying one man’s attempt at switching his granddaughter’s slaughter-bound grand champion market hog for another was no accident.
ROMNEY, W.Va. – He wears a miniature gold wire whisk in his left earlobe. Clad in a stark white chef’s jacket and homemade ‘happy pants’ –
IRONDALE, Ohio – The first summer twentysomething Harold “Jake” Sutton was on his own as a dairyman, he had the cows, the barn, the tractors.
ROMNEY, W.Va. – Marketing. It’s not a word that makes most farmers jump up and down or rush to get out of bed in the morning.
MOUNT VERNON, Ohio – In the grassy fields behind Marwood and Cindy Hallett’s Knox County ranch, 30 head of crossbred cattle and calves graze.
ORWELL, Ohio – Mark Stackhouse squints in the midmorning sunshine that blankets his Ashtabula County homestead.
SALEM, Ohio – State Rep. Tony Core, who’s also a Logan County farmer, thinks many farmers’ situations might be a lot like his.
SALEM, Ohio – The Williams County junior fair’s 2004 champion hog – a gilt with the potential to produce more award-winning pigs –
SALEM, Ohio – Last fall it was probation for Don Hunter, the Washington County, Pa., extension livestock educator.
SALEM, Ohio – Thirty-three miles of hand-laid railroad track and the Stark Electric Railway cars that raced on it between Canton and Salem built the foundation for life as we know it in Stark and Columbiana counties.
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