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CADIZ, Ohio – Armed with financing, land transfers and support, Harrison Ethanol LLC creators started the final steps to make their ethanol facility a reality.
SALEM, Ohio – Dave Klingensmith was losing hope that anyone would ever be arrested for torching his Trumbull County dairy farm and killing his cattle last summer.
SALEM, Ohio – Right about the time high-tech genetically modified soybeans became mainstream, the Schwartz brothers in Trumbull County decided to take a gamble with food-grade soybeans.
SALEM, Ohio – Six weeks after Japan agreed to reopen its country to U.S. beef, those borders are closed again.
SALEM, Ohio – Pennsylvania’s fruit growers face the same hurdles as other farmers across the country.
SALEM, Ohio – Hauling produce an hour to sale wasn’t cutting it. Amish farmers around Knox County were hiring drivers to take their berries and sweet corn to wholesale auctions across Ohio.
SHREVE, Ohio – Almost 20 years ago, on a sweltering July afternoon, veterinarian Paul Dettloff made an emergency stop at a Wisconsin farm.
SHREVE, Ohio – How would you like to get $26.80 a hundredweight for your milk, a dairy expert asked a group of farmers in Shreve, Ohio.
SALEM, Ohio – Much of the poultry industry agreed last week to test all of its flocks for a deadly strain of bird flu.
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Floods, eminent domain, Hurricane Katrina, soybean rust, fuel prices … A look at what made headlines in Farm and Dairy in 2005.
SALEM, Ohio – Following Japan’s lead last month to open its border, Hong Kong also agreed to relax its ban on U.
SALEM, Ohio – Almost two years after mad cow disease prompted Japan to shut its border to U.S. beef, trade has now resumed.
I’d just got home from work that day. It was this spring, May 19. I was in my bathroom and I happened to look out the window.
SALEM, Ohio- Even the best dairies have areas where they can squeeze a few more dollars. Maybe it’s reproduction.
NEW BEDFORD, Ohio – Everyone has a story. Every grandparent, every child, even every farm. Take the little woman with the cherubic smile who splits her time between making chenille pigs for children and pruning Christmas trees to perfection.
SALEM, Ohio – Two men crouch in Army fatigues in front of a Christmas tree. They cradle rifles in their arms and children’s popsicle-stick snowflakes hang on the tree.
SALEM, Ohio – Sometimes working with your family has certain perks. Take Adam Mueller, Minerva Cheese Factory’s fifth generation.
LONG before “the big project” got started in Clark County, classical music filled Linda Leonhard’s car as she drove through the countryside.
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