In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on the top trends, ideas or problems she’s spotted on the agricultural horizon.
For the fifth consecutive year, Francis Childs of Manchester, Iowa, had the highest overall yield in the National Corn Growers Association National Corn Yield Contest.
Informational meetings on the U.S. EPA’s new large-scale livestock operation regulations will be held in Wooster and St. Marys in January, 2003.
Maple producers from across northern Ohio will gather for the annual Maple Days programs at three locations.
Hispanic Workforce Management Conferences will be sponsored this winter by Cornell and Penn state universities.
Forgotten Animal Shelter will have a free, public membership meeting Jan. 15, 7-8:30 p.m., in Medina, Ohio.
USDA scientists and the Onderstepoort Veterinary Institute in South Africa have undertaken a two-year cooperative study to produce new vaccines for foot-and-mouth disease.
Northeast Ohio Adoption Services invites prospective adoptive parents to sign up to attend an information and orientation night Jan. 7 at 6:30 p.m.
Make sure your cattle have water this winter that is not too hot and not too cold, but is just right. It makes a weight-gain difference.
Charles Pugh, supervisor for the Northern Panhandle Conservation District, was named the 2002 Carroll Greene Award winner for the Conservation District Supervisor of the Year.