It only makes sense we want the manure to remain where it is applied for it to be most profitable.
In a lifetime, every man is entitled to a few things. The rest is earned.
Corn outlook: “I am not bullish, but I am friendly to the idea of new highs. We can’t have high prices without a 1 billion carryout in corn. We have to look to the new crop for help there.”
“Heritage” is an umbrella term that embraces pure breeds of livestock and poultry with deep histories in the United States. And many farmers are working to bring them from the brink of extinction.
The stars are aligned. The bills mostly paid. You’ve been dreaming about it and permission has finally been granted by the keeper of the purse strings.
As producers, we have many opportunities to share and educate.
Water quality continues to be a focus, for farmers and everyone else.
In all likelihood, expect a tough year for dairy production.
Many of us owe our interest in nature to books or films we experienced as children.
Farm loan program has been extended.
This year, center your resolutions around soil health.
As the children grow and change I have really enjoyed watching how the interaction between adult and child changes.
Johnny, who so easily could have turned a blind eye to this wounded soul, instead determined he would take the freshman under his wing.
The rebound is nice, but grain merchandiser Marlin Clark says it is hard to be actually bullish without solid fundamental news in this country.
The past four years have certainly been a time of change and progress for Ohio’s agriculture industry.
Backyard chickens are common in rural areas, but chicken farming is becoming increasingly popular in urban areas, especially with Millennials.
Readers respond to Alan Guebert’s columns from second half of 2014.
Become a better steward of the land in 2015 (even if you don’t own any land).
Plan a disciplined series of sales that get the grain bins emptied before the rest of the farmers look around and realize they have to empty the bins for next year.
Happy New Year, the day when most Ohio deer hunters resolve to kill a giant, a whitetail buck that merits a spot in the Ohio record book.