Farm and Dairy’s week in review: 10/9
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Bill Gorby, a Jefferson County, Ohio farmer, visited Alaska with Farm and Dairy. He is pictured at the Talkeetna Alaskan Lodge.
Kathy Knoedler, Bonnie Ziegler, Gini Dolence and Joann Riley recently visited Mackinac Island, Michigan, in August. Looks like a great time, ladies!
The acreage will be leased in Logan and McDowell counties, which is where a major part of the new “elk zone” will be located.
Cannabinoid field trial and harvesting research underway in Kentucky.
A new leader for the Ohio State University Extension was announced at the Farm Science Review.
The crowns of trees affected by Thousand Canker Disease begin dying and the tree eventually succumbs. But in Michigan, where the disease has not been detected, scammers are on the prowl.
New trellis system helps with blackberry production.
Tile drainage showed a clear advantage in reducing surface water runoff and total phosphorus leaving the field.
New report shows the significance of immigrant labor in the dairy industry.
The dairy judging team from Ohio State University’s Agricultural Technical Institute won its division at the 2015 All-American Dairy Judging Contest Sept. 14 in Harrisburg.
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