Sunday, July 24, 2016

Harden not your heart, as in the provocation, and as in the day of temptation in the wilderness” Psalm 95:8. The prophet Jeremiah brings...

Attention, all livestock producers: Ohio is changing. The days of “don’t worry about it until someone complains” is not such a good idea anymore....

Everyone knows the ox-eye daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum). The flower’s bright yellow central disk is surrounded by white petals. It grows almost anywhere brightening hayfields,...

Hello Again!Happy belated Fourth of July to all. Here are some neat tidbits about the Fourth. The actual resolution declaring our independence from England...

here are several ways to supplement and extend the existing hay for the winter season.

Life is full of surprises, each one a chapter in the book that spices up a life. For me, one of the greatest surprises...

Already morning sunlight is diffused and late afternoon shadows are longer sooner. At dusk, there is a spectacular show as the trees become the...

Those of us who embrace agriculture are keenly aware of the ever-widening gap of fact and fiction when it relates to our lifestyle. The fair is not just a "fair" atmosphere, but an excellent one rich with opportunity to showcase our passion for the land and living things.

The trouble with fundamental news coming from the government is that the market is forced to trade them as fact. Never mind that Ohio traders do not believe the acres said to be planted in Ohio. They are right until they are proven wrong.

Water management is essential for mosquito control. Eggs do not hatch unless they are in water. Any standing water that becomes stagnant is a prime breeding ground for mosquitoes.
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