Saturday, June 25, 2016

I never thought that I would live long enough to see a president worse than Lyndon Johnson.

Each year, Farm and Dairy sponsors the 4-H creative writing competition at the Ohio State Fair. We are proud to lend a hand to some of the state's talented youth. The following letters are from some of this year's 4-H project participants.

Curt Lorentz's 132-pound champion market lamb for $9 a pound to Loudonville Farmer's Equity.

Reader disputes claim about gun availability and higher violent crime rates.

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell says discussion needs to start focusing on opportunities farmers have to raise and sell what they grow.

Grand champion hog exhibitor's family hopes to redeem its reputation through win.

Late plantings, a wet summer and cooler-than-normal daytime temperatures are adding up to a disease-ridden, nonproductive soybean crop.

Scientists need help tracking location of fields infested with apple of Peru.

New records set at Saturday sale; Tampa Bay Buccaneers rookie among buyers.

Both Tyler Moore of Mercer, who showed the youth show grand champion, and Patrick Carey of Titusville, who showed the open class winner, claimed the "best bred and owned" honor with their champions.
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