Thursday, June 30, 2016

Farmers should look ahead to higher fertilizer costs and forward contract.

State appeals commission lets barns stay open during appeal.

The fair sale began and ended with broken records; reserve champion steer breaks all records.

Operations won't resume until at least Aug. 6.

Decision comes as dairy industry experiences 25-year low in prices.

Exchange program between cattlemen and wildlife service employees seeks participants.

One-day trips right here in the Buckeye State can entertain families with several interests.

Ohio's resident hunting and fishing licenses will increase $4, making the new price $19.

End-users are increasingly interested in the source of the product and how it was grown.

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell remind adults of appropriate involvement in youth activities.
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