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Read it Again: Week of Aug.31, 2001

Thursday, August 30, 2001

Each week Farm and Diary takes a look at what was making news in years gone by.

Summing up summer

Thursday, August 30, 2001

Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb writes of crickets and katydids, gerbils and kittens, and a brand new clothes line.

Pens, inks and dyes were homemade

Thursday, August 30, 2001

Antique columnist Roy Booth writes about making quill pens and ink out of saw filings and vinegar for school back in the days when little was store bought.

Hazard A Guess: Week of Aug. 23, 2001

Thursday, August 23, 2001

Each week Farm and Dairy challenges readers to identify a small tool or gadget.

The eight proposition intruder

Thursday, August 23, 2001

Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb writes about her experience when a drunken driver drove headlong onto her brother’s farm.

Read it Again: Week of Aug. 23, 2001.

Thursday, August 23, 2001

Each week Farm and Diary takes a look at what was making news in years gone by.

Dairy Excel: Can you employ minors on your farm?

Thursday, August 23, 2001

Chris Zoller, agricultural extension agent in Tuscarawas County, writes about labor laws involved in emploing minors in agriculture.

Red Cross says thanks

Thursday, August 23, 2001

Patricia Lang of Holmes County Red Cross writes to thank those who contributed to the chapter’s annual auction.

Larding needles weren’t for sewing

Thursday, August 23, 2001

Antique columnist Roy Booth writes about what some of the terms included in old cookbooks mean in terms of fireplace cooking.

Public television: make it yours

Thursday, August 16, 2001

Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb writes about what PBS has meant to her and to her family.

Dairy Channel: Ohio’s governor signs bill to releasefunding for farmland preservation

Thursday, August 16, 2001


Ernie Oelker, agricultural extension agent in Columbiana County, writes about how the new funds will be used.

Hazard A Guess: Week of Aug 16, 2001

Thursday, August 16, 2001

Each week Farm and Dairy challenges readers to identify a small tool or gadget.

Corn remains as a stable crop

Thursday, August 16, 2001

Antique columnist Roy Booth writes on the debt that American history owes to corn and to the native Americans who shared their knowledge.

Read it Again: Week of Aug 16, 2001.

Wednesday, August 15, 2001

Each week Farm and Diary takes a look at what was making news in years gone by.

To Have A Cat

Thursday, August 9, 2001

Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb writes about her family, cats, and a very needy brood of kittens using her Kitten Sitting Service.

A collector of vegetables

Thursday, August 9, 2001

Antique columnist Roy Booth writes about the joys of gardening, a delightful hobby and occupation.

Read it Again: Week of Aug. 9, 2001

Thursday, August 9, 2001

Each week Farm and Diary takes a look at what was making news in years gone by.

Dairy Excel: Pool riding help may be on the way

Thursday, August 9, 2001

Cam Thraen, dairy marketing and policy state specialist with Ohio State University Extension writes about the Dairy Option Pilot Program that provides one-day workshops designed to provide dairy producers an opportunity to gain hands-on experience with the futures and options markets.

Hazard A Guess: Week of Aug. 9, 2001

Thursday, August 9, 2001

Each week Farm and Dairy challenges readers to identify a small tool or gadget.

Dairy Channel: I had to understand the title.

Thursday, August 2, 2001

Dianne Shoemaker northeast Ohio district dairy specialist with OSU Extension, writes about the International Animal Agriculture and Food Science Conference she attended in Indianopolis, and came away from without an answer to the question, “how do they convince a buffalo that she really wants to be milked?”

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