Sunday, February 26, 2017

SALEM, Ohio - Steve Miller cut his fertilizer use in half in the last three years and still wound up with the best soybean yield of his life last fall.

NEW PHILADELPHIA, Ohio - The emphasis was on youth when members of District III Holstein Club held its 32nd annual meeting March 19 at the First United Methodist Church in New Philadelphia, Ohio.

SUGARCREEK, Ohio - A queen and a princess were crowned at the 2005 Tuscarawas County Pork Producers annual banquet March 17 in Sugarcreek, Ohio.

It seems each year about this time that ringworm becomes a concern, especially with those youth who exhibit their beef cattle projects.

CADIZ, Ohio -Though most cattlemen have calves on the ground or are expecting them any minute, it's never too late to learn how to make breeding, calving and raising beef cows easier - from the

Well, it appears that this rust fungus overwintered in Florida. Tests were started late last week to determine if the spores were still viable but from the appearance of the tissue in the picture, I would be surprised if they were not new lesions.

WASHINGTON - When you talk agriculture in Washington these days, you talk exports. Free

WASHINGTON - The U.S. Department of Commerce March 7 reaffirmed its October 2004 decision that Canadian producers are dumping live hogs in the United States.

WASHINGTON - While in Washington D.C. last week, Ohio Farm Bureau members lobbied for support to repeal the estate tax, often also called the death tax.
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