Friday, December 9, 2016

Seventy counties in Ohio are designated a disaster area due to losses caused by excessive rain, flooding, hail, high winds and tornadoes.

Buckeye Egg Farm managers hope neighbors and critics can open their eyes to the new way of business.

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on the World Trade Organization meeting in Cancun and how the discussion will be much more serious than what to wear to the beach.

The whole event - commercial exhibits, educational displays, demonstrations and seminars - is geared toward the small farm.

A new Web site developed in cooperation with Purdue University helps producers find markets for transgenic grain.

Farm officials point out turnaround in management; refuse to burn barns, hens.

Ed Copeland, whose family has been official U.S. weather observers for 111 years, measured 5.01 inches of rain in August, nearly double his historical average of 2.83 inches.

Imports of certain durum wheat and hard red spring wheat from Canada were subsidized and dumped on the U.S. market.

Wayne County is among a handful of counties in Ohio to earn recognition for all of its Farm Bureau programs.

Machinery traffic for harvesting silage and hay may cause more compaction problems this year than in a normal August and September.
Get 4 Weeks of Farm and Dairy Home Delivered Sign Up for your FREE Trial
Hello. Add your message here.