COLUMBUS — The Ohio AgriBusiness Association and the Ohio Soybean Association have joined forces to offer weed resistance workshops at three events across the state.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division announced Feb. 1 it will “re-propose” the portion of its regulation on child labor in agriculture interpreting the “parental exemption” that drew fire from the U.S. farming community.
(Editor’s note: This article was updated Feb. 6 to note a corrected phone number.) UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State Extension’s Crops Management Team is offering two crops conferences in western Pennsylvania during February.
LEXINGTON, Ky. — The world’s feed production has reached an estimated 873 million metric tons, according to a global survey commissioned by Alltech. Conducted through Alltech’s regional managers, the survey assessed the tonnage of 132 countries and all species.
Sessions also cover tax management strategies for landowners.
COLUMBUS — Countryside Conservancy and the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association are offering a series of free webinars designed for specialty crop growers.
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — New records for production by registered Jersey cows were established in 2011, according to the American Jersey Cattle Association.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Hog production returned to profitability in 2011, but producers remain cautious about the future. This is evidenced by the modest expansion of the breeding herd as reported by USDA at the end of the year, said a Purdue University Extension economist.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Sale of Champions kicked off the Junior Livestock Sale Jan. 10 at the 2012 Pennsylvania Farm Show. Grand and reserve champion lambs, pigs, steers and goats sold to the highest bidders, bringing $35,200.
“If we’re ashamed of what we’re going, maybe we shouldn’t be doing it.” Opening the barn doors at Pa. Farm Show ‘Today’s Agriculture’ exhibit.