Thursday, August 25, 2016

Membership agreement from 1957 was one of oldest Farm Bureau items displayed atPortage County's annual meeting.

Hannah Etzler, Andrew Stein, Jill Gevin and Nathan Tice get top 4-H and FFA recognition.

Deerfield, Ohio, sheep farm takes premier breeder, exhibitor awards.

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell gives her take on various issues.

Members hear news of possible dues increase; hand out scholarships to youth members.

The announcement does not include payments for 2 million acres enrolled under the most recent CRP general sign-up.

Hog numbers and pork supplies will be somewhat higher than previously anticipated, according to the September Hogs and Pigs inventory report.

A team of Purdue University researchers recently uncovered the genetic mechanism that prevents certain crop plants from growing tall.

From hundreds to thousands of dollars, producer price differential is hitting dairymen's pockets and balancing the dairy market.

A decline in lamb consumption and sheep numbers worldwide is pushing representatives from the United States, Australia and New Zealand to explore ways to improve the U.S. market.
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