Sunday, February 26, 2017

Ohio corn growers intend to plant 3.4 million acres this spring, 100,000 acres more than were planted the previous year.

Two men recognized for their work in the forage industry.

State funding gaps, both present and future, will lead to Ohio State ag college staffing cuts.

The center renamed eight of its 10 outlying branches to better reflect the work they do and the regions they serve.

Dairymen celebrated when they heard a fourth of the dairy herds in Ohio are located in a two-county area.

Comprehensive energy legislation now in Congress may ease high energy prices pinching America's farm families.

Project is moving forward but nothing is concrete yet, says spokesperson.

Dairy experts skeptical about just how much CWT contributed to the increase in milk prices.

Project could be first new generation cooperative formed in Ohio.

The U.S. inventory of all hogs and pigs March 1 was up 2 percent from last year but 2 percent below December's numbers.
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