Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Outgoing Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland's last official act in office advances construction of freshwater wind farm in Lake Erie.

COLUMBUS -- Outgoing Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland issued an executive order Jan. 6 that bans the private ownership of dangerous wild animals.The emergency executive...

The close of 2010 saw grain farmers across the nation still reveling in near-record prices from the fall harvest. And as we enter a new year and a new decade, indications show the best is still to come. But experienced farmers know, it won't just be grain prices that go up. What will it mean for seed and fertilizer? Or how about crop insurance, and fuel? And what about food costs and livestock feed?

High feed costs will temper high hog prices toward a break-even year.

Now there's another reason to consider no-till: air quality.

WASHINGTON — The Annual Energy Outlook 2011, released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration, predicts recoverable shale gas resources are nearly double what the...

Prices will be rising for various crop nutrients in the coming year, partly from higher production costs, partly from supply shortages and partly because of greater global demand due to more crops being produced in the wake of higher commodity prices.

Corn, soybean and wheat associations note success at annual symposium.

Grain markets have stabilized on the Chicago Board of Trade in recent days. That is a nice way of saying that we have seen...

Ohio Gov.-elect John Kasich selected state Rep. Jim Zehringer to serve as the director of agriculture in his new administration.
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