Farm and Dairy’s week in review: 8/1
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Founders say the Focus on Sabbatical program has the potential to double grain prices a year before the actual production cut.
Farmers tend to lose more animals in a year than they realize, and the uncertainty of how to dispose of carcasses continues to burn in their minds.
Family business turns into much more.
Nationally, January marked the fourth consecutive month with below- to much-below-normal precipitation for the Northeast region, with the October-January period ranking as the second driest such period in the 108-year record.
Most areas need 12 to 31 inches of rain to pull Pennsylvania out of drought in the next four months.
In an Ohio presentation, 1970 Nobel Peace Prize winner Norman Borlaug outlined his views on agriculture in the coming century.
Organizers of the project are still seeking donations of tractor use for the domestic unveiling.
The Columbiana-Mahoning Cattlemen’s Association showed its appreciation to Columbiana County Extension Ag Agent Ernie Oelker during the association’s recent annual meeting.
Residents of the Johnny Apple seed housing development have filed suit against Lo-Conn Motocross alleging the new track is a nuisance.
The Ohio Meat Goat Association will host a event aimed at educating exhibitors and audience what to look for when choosing project animals.
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