In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on another passing year for Farm and Dairy and marvels at experiencing history through its pages.
The conference, Oct. 10-11 in Guernsey County, will include tours and discussions on grazing.
Members also passed a code change regarding the board of trustees.
Ag economist Carl Zulauf’s words are sure to raise some eyebrows: Droughts don’t always cause financial hardship for farmers.
The program would allow farmers to remain competitive in paying for their manure to be hauled and maintain ground and water quality.
Phil Chase of Waterford Jubilee Foods paid $3 a pound for the grand champion market steer at the recent Erie County 4-H Livestock Sale at the Waterford Fair.
A Columbiana County woman teased for handicaps is now the basis of a television series about to debut.
A related factor farmers need to consider is whether to let the crop dry in the field or harvest it at a higher moisture level and dry it with heated air.
Nevertheless, the overall sale total hit $204,100.27, dropping almost $23,000 from last year.
Ohio firefighters and citizens received awards for heroism and service.