Friday, March 24, 2017

Headliner of the night was outstanding conservationist Congress Lake Farm.

Program will be duplicated in Beaver and New Castle for license update credits.

The state expects anyone who withdraws or uses more than an average of 10,000 gallons of water per day in a month to register a water source and withdrawal amounts.

Newly launched self-help program enhances farm profits and protects natural resources.

Evening course will cover forage management, quality, pasture layout and nutrition.

A decline in lamb consumption and sheep numbers worldwide is pushing representatives from the United States, Australia and New Zealand to explore ways to improve the U.S. market.

Farmers can plant and raise whatever they want, but consumers' demands really shape the food industry.

Researchers use mobile labs to measure the dust, odor and gas inside buildings and exhaust fan flow rates.

Public hearings in Wooster and Lima focus on Ohio EPA's role in animal agriculture.

n this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell shares why this issue of Farm and Dairy is so special to readers and staff members alike.
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