Meigs County men plead guilty to crop insurance fraud
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Program will include latest information and research on various crop production topics and technologies, and discussion of the new farm bill.
Interest earned each year from the money in the fund is used to support local 4-H program needs in many ways.
Restoration techniques and a variety of aircraft in varying stages of the restoration process are highlighted on the monthly tours at Dayton’s Wright Field.
With their pointy little heads, grinning faces, slitty eyes, round bellies and hands tightly pressed against the sides of their naked bodies, billikens have become a way for Wendy Eisner to show that the study of geography is fun.
A monthly selection of books, videos, audiobooks, and old-time radio programs on the lighter side will be provided to adult daycare centers for client programming.
A centennial celebration article that is the second in a monthly series taking a closer look at the history of 4-H. This month the first two decades of 4-H in Ohio.
The first 10 of the scheduled 88 castings have been confirmed. A location will be selected in each county for an on-site casting of the county’s bell.
Elm-Park Moselle-Red-ET, bred and owned by Elm-Park Farms, Ltd. in Sheboygan Falls, Wis., has completed a new Red and White record production of 54,721 pounds of milk.
Kellie L. Turner, a 4-H club adviser from Stow, Ohio, shares her frustration with the injustice she feels would be done to young people if the fair is evicted from the Summit County Fairgrounds.
The Ohio Valley Giant Pumpkin Growers will hold a free giant pumpkin growing seminar.
A winner of the 4-H creative writing competition at the Ohio State Fair shares her thoughts and her thanks with “Farm and Dairy.”
“Quilts 2002,” featuring over 200 quilted works, is the 11th annual judged quilt show held at Lake Farmpark.
The combined membership of the Washington and the Rolling Hills Landmark farm supply cooperatives voted in January to merge.
The Ohio Department of Agriculture is hosting a series of open houses to increase public understanding of the efforts to prevent further gypsy moth damage.
Joseph Logan. fifth generation Trumbull County farmer, has been named president of OFU.
The new OHIO Gate will combine the historic, welcome O-H-I-O letters with a modernistic approach. It will be complete for the opening of the 2002 Ohio State Fair, August 2-18.
The indoor show at the Stark County Fairgrounds will features over 100 dealers and collectors with a wide variety of antiques and collectibles.
Antiques on the Square, located at 101 Main St., Chardon, Ohio, is back under original owners, Pat and Greg Martin.
Richard Hartzler, owner of Hartzler Feed & Seed in Rittman, was charged with tampering with records. He is ordered to pay restitution.
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