Sunday, September 25, 2016

If you're chopping wet corn for silage, be careful.

Riceton Farm and Phillisway Farms take top honors in field of 186 Holsteins.

The program will show producers how to follow best management practices.

A returning buyer paid $5,600 for the first basket of dairy products to sell.

Farmers can plant and raise whatever they want, but consumers' demands really shape the food industry.

Researchers use mobile labs to measure the dust, odor and gas inside buildings and exhaust fan flow rates.

Public hearings in Wooster and Lima focus on Ohio EPA's role in animal agriculture.

n this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell shares why this issue of Farm and Dairy is so special to readers and staff members alike.

A Wooster man is hoping the genesis of this technology will spur a solid waste revolution.

Ohio Sate kicks off a year-long pilot program to incorporate soy biodiesel into university transportation.
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