Farm and Dairy’s week in review: 5/30
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Since 2000, the average value of pasture land has increased 25 percent in Ohio.
The easy-to-use record-keeping system is designed to increase milk production.
Researchers use mobile labs to measure the dust, odor and gas inside buildings and exhaust fan flow rates.
Public hearings in Wooster and Lima focus on Ohio EPA’s role in animal agriculture.
The program will show producers how to follow best management practices.
The system can alert producers and veterinarians to emerging disease.
Riceton Farm and Phillisway Farms take top honors in field of 186 Holsteins.
Pasture, fence and water for horses will be addressed at a special field day Oct. 13.
If you’re chopping wet corn for silage, be careful.
The public’s increasing intolerance of agricultural odors has producers and researchers scrambling to find solutions.
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