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Today’s farmer needs to add public relations to his job responsibilities

Thursday, September 5, 2002

Today, it is more important than ever for the agricultural community to build relationships with its nonfarm neighbors.

The Review is just around the bend, and Farm and Dairy goes Hollywood

Thursday, September 5, 2002

The annual Farm Science Review continues to grow and provide information for just about everyone, from aquaculture farmer to zucchini grower. Editor Susan Crowell hopes to see you there.

Knowing your cost of production is key to successful farming operation

Thursday, September 5, 2002

If your purpose in farming is to earn a living for your family, how do you know if your hard work is paying off? Knowing your cost of production is a key to successful farming.

Competition keeps growing at Canfield Fair

Thursday, September 5, 2002

You might not think of Mahoning County as a large agricultural county, but livestock projects at the Canfield Fair show there’s growing interest coming from a lot of corners.

Massey Ferguson 8280 plows through plowing world record

Thursday, September 5, 2002

A Massey Ferguson tractor plowed through the world plowing record by plowing 620.899 acres of French fields in 24 hours.

Hot air balloons lure rural landowners

Thursday, September 5, 2002

For years, more than 100 pilots and members of the Northeastern Ohio Balloon Pilots Association have depended on farmers and rural landowners to provide landing spots for the balloons.

Mercer County drive-it-yourself tour features seven stops

Thursday, September 5, 2002

The Sept. 21-22 Mercer County (Pa.) drive-it-yourself tour features stops representative of the region’s agriculture industry and rural community.

If A.B. Graham is the ‘father’ of 4-H, who is the ‘mother?’

Thursday, September 5, 2002

Ohio can make its claim to 4-H history by being the home of A.B. Graham, the school principal dubbed “Father of 4-H.” However, with each father, there is a mother. And this mother, the “Mother of 4-H,” lived just on the opposite end of the Corn Belt.

More Ohio horses confirmed infected with West Nile virus

Thursday, September 5, 2002

State and federal lab tests have confirmed nine more cases of West Nile virus infection in Ohio horses.

Sales stay steady at Geauga Co. Fair

Thursday, September 5, 2002

Junior fair exhibitors in Geauga County can thank local buyers for their support – big support, to the tune of $200,800 at this year’s livestock sales.

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