Tuesday, July 25, 2017
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Does anyone really understand the convoluted legal language in pipeline lease agreements? You’d better try. Here's what landowners should include to protect themselves.

Applying fertilizers to hay and pasture fields to stimulate plant growth will generally increase yields substantially.

It’s that time of year! Late summer is when we typically begin to see the beautiful large, light gray webs enclosing branch tips of...
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Sunlight is critical to growing vegetables, but ensuring vegetable plants get enough sunlight can be tricky if trees, fences or structures keep your yard shady.

Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb writes about her reunion, via video tribute, with wit and wisdom of "The Beverly Hillbillies."

How does a person go about finding out how old his barn is? Very carefully, say members of the Friends of the Ohio Barns in this week's column.

Storing hay in a wet year requires a lot of care.

Just because one farmer offers to pay more per acre doesn’t necessarily mean they will care for the land like someone who offers less per acre.

Those who would decry animal research of any kind are actually hurting future care, health, and treatment of the very animals they proclaim to protect.
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Farm accidents hit home for rural families.
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