Local reaction to what’s happening to farmland.
Steps to watch for behavioral changes and to answer questions children may have.
Reader applaudes shocking video from high school student.
Reader disagrees with theory of guest commentary author.
Farm and Dairy reader enjoyed Norman Borlaug’s presentation.
Reader says ATV riders are legally bound to respect farmers’ property.
Reader: Agroterrorism poses a serious threat to both humans and animals.
This reader encourages ATV riders to ask first and ride later.
One reader would like to see farmers open their land to recreational ATV riders.
Kellie L. Turner, a 4-H club adviser from Stow, Ohio, shares her frustration with the injustice she feels would be done to young people if the fair is evicted from the Summit County Fairgrounds.
Ohio farmer says the Ohio Farm Bureau’s support of legislation to extend CAUV recoupment to five years in the name of farmland preservation in not in the interest of the farmer.
A Huntington, Ohio, reader expresses his feelings on the idea of “dairy cartels.”
A Pennsylvania farmer commends Rep. Phil English for his vote in support of Trade Promotion Authority.
A member of the dairy committee of Ohio Farmers Union takes exception to arguments and assumptions presented in articles on the National Dairy Trust Fund proposal.
The Moff family of Canfield writes to thank everyone who helped them through the terrible ordeal of the attack on their cattle.
Reader objects to Daniel J. Carson’s letter (Farm and Dairy, Nov. 29) asserting that hunting and “managing” wildlife is misguided.
Jeff Herrick, manager of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ Division of Wildlife District Three, responds to a Nov. 29 letter on Ohio wildlife management.
Mary Gibson of Louisville takes exception to a letter from the executive director of the Ohio Livestock Coalition published in the Nov. 19 Farm and Dairy.
A Cleveland reader calls for the state to assume responsibility for their misguided wildlife management policies that preserve hunting at the expense of nonhunters.
If events of Sept. 11 make you nervous about the U.S. food supply, get to know a local farmer, says this letter writer.