Farm and Dairy’s week in review: 8/29
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Take a stroll down one of Massillon’s historic streets, home to entrepreneurs and bankers.
USDA envoy says oil for power is immediate agricultural need.
Columbiana County’s U.S. weather observer, Ed Copeland, says April got off to a slow start, but the weather at month’s end had farmers off and running.
USDA is testing a series of collection basins that hold feedlot runoff.
Farmers who did not raise StarLink corn in 2000 may receive payments of about $1 or $2 for each acre.
Earnings more moderate in agricultural services units.
Farm Service Agency offices will conduct CRP sign-up May 5-30.
The Albert Krehlik collection of more than 30 wood carvings and clocks opens May 17 and runs through Sept. 21, 2003.
Some producers have been told that plants emerge faster when fertilizer is applied close to the seed. Not so.
Farmers continue to ignore the market power that effective negotiation can bring them.
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