All of agriculture is a cycle, reminds Editor Susan Crowell in her column this week. And we knew the current economic downturn was coming, right?
Improving nutrient management — whether by voluntary measures or by forced regulation — isn’t cheap. But it’s a muddy mess farmers can’t ignore, says Editor Susan Crowell in this commentary.
Editor Susan Crowell’s column: The future of agriculture needs the brightest and the best young minds.
I don’t eat at Chipotle because of its anti-GMO marketing ploy, but I’d love to sit around the table with people who do. Food tends to be a uniting force.
Editor Susan Crowell is excited for all that lies ahead in agriculture. “I want to do it all over again.”
Ohio’s farmers are doing far more for water quality than they’re given credit.
Agriculture is still a man’s world. But we want to show that it’s also a woman’s world. It’s OK to farm like a girl.
No matter where you farm, or what you farm, you impact water quality with your production practices and management decisions: Commentary by Editor Susan Crowell
The past four years have certainly been a time of change and progress for Ohio’s agriculture industry.
People don’t want to hear from a faceless organization, they want to hear from people they know, or “ordinary” people like them. Farmers like you. Real people.