Sunday, February 14, 2016
corn and voter button

Punxsutawney Phil has gone back underground, but farmers need to be up and alert, looking for grain marketing opportunities.
Ohio Young Agricultural Professionals

Over 700 people attended Ohio Farm Bureau's Young Ag Professionals Conference to learn more about agricultural trends, professional development and agvocacy.
cardinal on snowy branch

When snow flies, activity at bird feeders peaks.
garden planning and crops collage

Regardless of which method you choose, there are numerous benefits to good garden planning.
Farm and Dairy archives

In 1926, 12-year-old Raymond Slutz, of Salem, Ohio, won a multistate essay contest about milk quality. Ninety years later, we share his essay, and the message that little things matter when it comes to improving milk quality.
FFA Office Tunnel

Animal rights extremist group, PETA, took a stab at the values of the National FFA Organization but many supporters rushed to defend the organization in the form of open conversations and invitations into their own experiences.
fishing rod

The new electronics available to serious fishermen are truly space age and beyond.
Holstein dairy cows

2015 came to a close pretty much the same way it started: disappointing milk prices and negative margins.
Beef cattle grazing

Pasture programs that are well managed can be the most economical way to ensure forages for your herd.
dung beetle

Known as the "Farmers Friend," the dung beetle returns fresh cattle dung pads back to the earth, building soil and recycling nutrients.
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