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The screen in the darkened room showed a rural road now bordered on the left by new homes. “I used to farm this,” said Knox County’s Tim Norris as he flipped to the next slide.
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio – John Glenn’s commitment to community was born in the eastern Ohio hills of his childhood.
MASSILLON, Ohio – For the past 30 years, Terry Gram has had a front row seat to watch the changes in natural resources conservation practices.
HANOVERTON, Ohio – For dairymen David and Glen Herron, paying attention to their Columbiana County farm’s natural resources just makes sense, both common sense and good business sense.
I tuck my two teenage children in bed several nights a week. At least I go into their bedrooms and pretend I can’t see the “Oh Mom!” roll of the eyes as I sit on their beds.
The livestock industry wants the government involved in the national animal identification system. And yet it doesn’t want the government involved.
LONDON, Ohio – For Jack Fisher, there was an unexpected outcome from the 18-month brainstorming that led to the new Ohio Agricultural Roadmap.
LONDON, Ohio – Most people flock to the U.S. secretary of agriculture when he’s touring the nation to hear him speak.
The wind died down around 2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 29. In that lull, Mississippi dairyman Bucky Jones scrambled out to the barn to milk his 80 Holsteins.
CANTON, Ohio – The story in the Stark County Fair market lamb sale wasn’t a record bid or a booming average.
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