Farm and Dairy’s week in review: 10/3
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Classic Egg Salad
Farmers continue to ignore the market power that effective negotiation can bring them.
The Harmony Society’s early 19th century natural history museum will be presented in program.
New research shows that most of the original species may still survive from yesterday’s wetlands.
A new , Voices of the Turtledoves, guides readers through the history of Ephrata, located in Lancaster County, Pa.
The Ohio Farmers Union has named Steven Maurer executive director of the farm organization.
The Sutliff Museum is hosting a display of salt dips and miscellaneous glassware through the end of July.
This year, the U.S. could actually import soybeans from South America if stocks get too tight this summer.
The wagon train, a signature event of the Ohio and Worthington bicentennial celebrations, will journey across the state June 21-July 14.
Owners of classic and vintage automobiles are invited to participate for free in the AAA Centennial Tour through Aug. 15.
Plant pathologists aren’t expecting soybean rust in the United States this year, but it could spread to Southern states within a few years.
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