Monday, May 30, 2016

Farm operators paid their hired workers an average wage of $9.22 per hour during the reference week, up 6 cents from last year.

Ohio's production, estimated at 78,000 gallons, totaled $1.8 million; and Pennsylvania's production, at 60,000 gallons, $1.4 million.

The fuel cell on one New York dairy farm is used to heat the milking parlor during the winter.

These Ohio shepherds put a new twist on breeding sheep.

Corn Belt farmers who relinquish the wheel in their tractors can profit handsomely.

Five brothers make western Pa. dairy partnership work

A brief mention in Farm and Dairy's weekly historical review made reader's day.

Reader objects to earlier letter bashing President Bush.

Farmers with excessive levels of nitrates in groundwater can keep on grazing their cattle - as long as they reduce or eliminate nitrogen fertilizer use.

A brief mention in Farm and Dairy's weekly historical review made reader's day.
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