Farm and Dairy’s week in review: 8/29
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Mama’s Apple Pie
The Chagrin Falls Historical Society will have its annual antiques show April 26.
Robin and Debbie Boggs of Andover, Ohio, were saluted for their herd’s milk production during the annual Ashtabula County dairy banquet.
USDA production forecast complicates predictions for cattle prices the remainder of 2003.
A two-session Forages for Horses workshop will be offered in April in Harrison County.
As soon as the snow melts, in many areas it will be time to apply nitrogen to wheat.
Ohio has its first indications that herbicides like Roundup are losing their effectiveness in weed control.
Support from people back home helps make serving in a hostile environment a bit easier for deployed military troops.
Cries for energy independence helps ethanol cause, unless another renewable source grabs market.
Retired University of Akron professor George Knepper will offer a free program on Ohio’s Civil War connections in Warren.
Although America’s attention is focused on Iraq, agriculture should be keeping a close eye on the developments with North Korea.
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