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.
Of all antibiotics used in the United States, only 6.1 percent are used for growth promotion in food-producing animals, so don’t blame livestock producers for antibiotic resistance.
Ohio State Grange disputes Farm Bureau figures from an article in the Oct. 18 “Farm and Dairy” on dairy compacts.
Ashtabula County dairy farmer cites strong support for dairy compacts in Ohio.
A letter signed by 34 members of the Damascas Ruritan Club calls attention to the safety of a one-line bridge in Butler Township of Columbiana County.
The executive director of the Northeast Dairy Compact Commission writes to clarify possible misunderstandings about the compact reported in Farm and Dairy.
Columbiana County makes an appeal for support of United Way.
A reader says the legislation Taft plans to support seems a token gesture rather than a plan.
The Mahoning County Farm Bureau.organization director writes about the attack on the Moff family dairy herd and the need to make sure such animal cruelty is not tolerated.
Reader writes to emphasize that Despite all the hype from the state agriculture department on its new large animal facility permitting process, the U.S. EPA is still very much in charge of the waters of Ohio and the CAFOs impacting them.
A Waterford, Ohio, reader presents four resolutions/solutions to allow the United States to move forward with realistic resolution and a straight-forward solution to the devastation of terrorism.
A Mansfield reader comments on what Buckeye Egg could have done with a composting system.
Frank Kostecki of Salem prays to the federal government, as a taxpayer, to use public money to rebuild and to fund the war, but to take no prisoners.
A reader urges the U.S. legislature to “wake up and begin funding more ethanol plants.”