Tuesday, July 25, 2017

The unusual wet season has prompted many field visits for drainage problems. Learn more about Ohio Drainage Laws you may face in the future.

Over the last several weeks I've received many emails and letters from readers reporting large aggregation of dragonflies, usually hovering above the grass in wet meadows and hayfields.

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...

Warm temperatures increase the rate of plant damage, which is partially why summer flooding can cause more damage to plant tissue than spring floods.

It turns out these gelatinous masses are colonies of thousands of individuals called zoids.

Although the Seabolt family regularly shares vehicles, one finicky sedan has other ideas about who it wants behind the wheel.
Wheat harvest

Weather and crop condition pushed grain prices dramatically higher on the Chicago Board of Trade this Turnaround Tuesday morning, July 18. Corn is up 12 cents, Soybeans are up about 14, and the wheat is almost a dime higher.

Deer’s winter digestive system is not equipped to handle a high carbohydrate diet such as corn.

Storing hay in a wet year requires a lot of care.
(Farm and Dairy file photo)

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.
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