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REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio – About 200 producers from across Ohio put off tending to their fields and crops May 24.
THE auctioneer’s racing voice quiets for the first time, and the crowd focuses on the woman in the red shirt. The one with her arms crossed, her eyes downcast, her lips pressed together.
SMITHFIELD, Ohio – There were many things to celebrate Saturday afternoon as the Jefferson County Junior Fair livestock sale got under way.
SALEM, Ohio – Ohio dairyman Bryan Wolfe is sick of low milk prices so he, along with the
SALEM, Ohio – The Belmont County Fair may not look like anything out-of-the-ordinary this September, but just wait a few years.
SALEM, Ohio – Innovative Farmers of Ohio is about to give fresh meaning to the words “intensive learning.
SALEM, Ohio – Dairyman Arlie Stutzman claims he sells raw milk because of his religious beliefs but that isn’t a good enough reason for him to continue, a judge recently ruled.
SALEM, Ohio – Many people were skeptical two years ago when talk first rumbled about a joint effort between the
SALEM, Ohio – It was black, but not blacker than any other storm this summer. “Then the wind picked up and blew like never before,” said Tuscarawas County dairyman Tim Sigrist.
SALEM, Ohio – The USDA recently doled out nearly $5 million to conservation programs across the country, and for the first time, $250,000 went to Ohio projects.
SALEM, Ohio – Quality assurance is a “big business” term. Big companies with big budgets and important agendas, who want to be sure everything is produced in the fastest, safest ways.
It was summer 1949, and young showman Jim Wiegers and his hogs were blazing the competition at Ohio fairs.
THOMPSON, Ohio – Dick Black likes to say he’s the same as any other farmer. He tests his soil, adds nutrients and worries about how his crop is growing.
ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio – You can smell Kirke Porterfield coming before his old Mercedes even makes it up the drive.
SALEM, Ohio – Pork producers soon will have a new certification program to smooth consumers’ concerns over food safety and animal care.
GUSTAVUS TOWNSHIP, Ohio – The component that often needs the most work on dairy farms isn’t butterfat or protein.
SALEM, Ohio – Saturated. Soaked. Wet. These words have described many spring seasons and it looks like this one, at least recently, will be no exception.
The whole family piles into the car, on our way to Sunday dinner, and naturally we’re all talking at once, seeing if we can outdo each other with our stories.
SALEM, Ohio – The cause of a tire explosion last month on a Trumbull County dairy farm is still unknown, however more details are available.
SALEM, Ohio – In Ray Gruber’s 85 years growing juice grapes, he’s never needed his priest to bless the vineyard.
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