Charles E. Call, retired dairyman of Stow, Ohio, with his favorite Farm and Dairy hat, traveled to Washington, D.C. to participate in the 20th annual meeting of the International Society for Trenchless Technology
June is National Dairy Month, so we figured, why not celebrate? In honor of our love for all things dairy — “dairy” is half of our namesake, after all — Farm and Dairy wants your best dairy-related photos.
Joe Maruskin, of Canfield, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along while skiing in Keystone, Colo., March 20. Joe is pictured at 11,500 feet overlooking the Rocky Mountains. Joe’s wife, Debbie, and daughter, Katie, were also along.
Sandy and Janice Hill, of Salem, Ohio, went on a Caribbean cruise in February. In St. Thomas, the couple, along with Farm and Dairy, took a tour of the historic Blackbeard’s Castle, a real pirate tower.
Dale and Mary Sproul of Uhrichsville, Ohio, never miss an issue of Farm and Dairy when traveling to Florida to visit Dale’s brother’s family during February and March. Their daughter, Mandy Frink, makes sure they get a copy of the paper each week by sending it down Thursdays.
SALEM, Ohio — Gail White Hettrick has joined the staff at Farm and Dairy as digital sales manager. In this new position, Hettrick will be responsible for online advertising for the newspaper’s website, www.farmanddairy.com, as well as its newer digital products, including its e-newsletter and new blog, www.thesocialsilo.com.
Daniel and Michele Greenfield, of Greenfield Berry Farm in Peninsula, Ohio, took Farm and Dairy along with them when they traveled to Cat Island in the Bahamas in February. We loved our time on the beach!
Ralph Shorts and Elsie Gordon, of West Salem, Ohio, traveled to Mount Airy, Georgia, Jan. 28 to pick up this antique John Deere tractor for Ralph who collects them. Farm and Dairy and Harley, the dog, went along for the ride. Elsie is pictured with Harley.
We are always honored to keep the brave men and women informed overseas. Such is the case with Dana Helman of the U.S. Navy Seabees, who served in Kandahar, Afghanistan, from September 2009 through March 2010 and is now serving at Camp Moreell in Kuwait.
This position is no longer available. Thanks for your interest! Farm and Dairy, an ag media company with a 30,000-plus circulation newspaper, is seeking a digital content coordinator. Individual will be responsible for building online traffic through multiple channels, and helping generate content for users, as well as developing new avenues for the website content. […]
Who won big in Louisville? At least one Ohio puller brought home the championship! Frank Keener, of Ashland, Ohio, topped the 8,000-pound super stock alcohol tractor division. Check out some photos and videos!
The close of 2010 saw grain farmers across the nation still reveling in near-record prices from the fall harvest. And as we enter a new year and a new decade, indications show the best is still to come. But experienced farmers know, it won’t just be grain prices that go up. What will it mean for seed and fertilizer? Or how about crop insurance, and fuel? And what about food costs and livestock feed?
LONDON, Ohio — The early crop harvest kept farmers in the fields instead of at last week’s Farm Science Review, as attendance at this year’s Farm Science Review was 124,122, compared to last year’s crowd of 138,014.