A compressed shopping season has forced retailers to get an early jump on the holidays, but the economy – not the calendar – may be the Grinch that steals Christmas 2002, says a Purdue retailing expert.
When it comes to silage corn, selecting an appropriate hybrid and using good management practices can translate into a big increase in milk production.
There will be a forum regarding the Mahoning River watershed action plan Nov. 20 in Girard, Ohio.
The Christmas Tree Association’s winter meeting is a major new addition to the conference.
The annual Christmas Fantastic show by Towne and Country Theatre in Norwalk, Ohio, will be Dec. 6-8, 15.
A Christmas craft show sponsored by Hanoverton Town and Country Garden Club will be Nov. 23 in New Garden, Ohio.
Members of the Erie County Dairy Producers Group, will discuss the buying group that they formed in Erie County several years ago.
A recent court case in Wisconsin where two farms tried to get around state laws regarding raw milk sales sparked interest in Ohio and Pennsylvania’s stance on the subject.
Ohio’s largest coin show, the Ohio Coin Exposition, will be Nov. 22-24 in Richfield, Ohio.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on the bleak outlook for milk prices and tries to find survival advice for farmers.