Thursday, May 26, 2016
fisherman holding crappie

The Northeast Ohio Crappie Club held its first of several scheduled 2016 season crappie tournaments on West Branch Reservoir on a blustery, make that miserable, Sunday in early April.

Mowing of CRP cover, not to exceed 20 percent of the total CRP acres in a field, is permitted.
path through trees

Blind faith, with a dose of sometimes subtle instinct, is what often determines the opportunities we choose to grab onto and those we let pass by.
sunrise over farm

As much as we all may try to define happiness, it still is more about living in the pursuit of it.
hummingbird

As exasperating as fluctuating temperatures are to us, they can really wreak havoc on migratory birds.
wedding rings

Plenty of hard work goes into marriage, but there are plenty of good times, too.
combining soybeans

All across the Midwest, the phones are finally ringing in grain elevator offices: Sell!
onions and potatoes

Learn how to grow onion sets and why you should plant seed potatoes instead of potatoes from the supermarket.
Rising plate meter that measures pasture growth

Good legume establishment from frost seeding is not as easy as it may sound. It takes more than just broadcasting seed at the beginning of the growing season.

Mother Nature sure knows how to play a cruel April Fools' joke. Following a week of sunshine, greening pastures and blooming flowers, rain, snow and howling winds attacked most of Ohio the beginning of April.
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