Tuesday, March 28, 2017

It’s going to take a lot of female farmers to feed the future. We will get there faster if we do it together and help one another along the way.

The future of agriculture looks very different than the past. Tomorrow’s Ag leaders show the way with service, collaboration and value-driven leadership.

If you want to grow your best garden ever, select seeds for performance traits. Start by looking for varieties well-suited to your region.

We can restore our rural communities by supporting local food systems, investing in the local economy and participating in community building activities.

The rusty patched bumble bee is a known pollinator of berries, tomatoes and legumes. Today, it is present in only 13 states, including Ohio.

Eat in-season during winter by growing food indoors, using season-extending structures and supplementing with food from the cellar, pantry and freezer.

In 2016, falling food prices were bad for both grocers and farmers. However, 2017 offers solutions for consumers and opportunities for farmers.

The garden may look bare and dreary, but winter is nature’s time to rest. Nurture nature with these seven tips to protect plants and enrich soil overwinter.

Learning the language of food labels helps customers make purchasing decisions and allows farmers to communicate about their products.

A budget provides snapshots your farm’s current financial position and its future position. Budgeting takes the fear out of farm finances, and empowers new farmers to create the farm of their dreams.
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