Friday, July 21, 2017

The ruling was decided on narrow grounds and gave something to both parties.

Regional rootstock project aims for higher yields.

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell wonders if ag establishments can resond to the changing face of agriculture.

The 47th National Heifer Sale on Independence Day 2004 averaged $3,543.55 with 62 head sold.

"Now you can sell as much as you can grow, and you'll be able to grow more," says OARDC researcher Michele Stanton.

National Corn Growers Association consultant says new corn yield record may be set this year.

Wheat harvest is progressing rapidly across Ohio with decent yields and high test weights, despite the early-season problems with Fusarium head scab.

G. Russell Evans says Bush was not seeking to destroy an evil he did not see, but an evil that was visible to all.

Taking grand champion female at both the junior and open shows was Spreng La Ivory Veness, owned by Springway Farms, William Burkhart Jr. and family of Magnolia, Ohio.

A new Pennsylvania law provides greater protection for Pennsylvania milk producers by placing stricter requirements on new dealers. The law ensures dairies will be paid for milk they sell.
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