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Area crops: Slow but steady progress

Thursday, June 13, 2002

Crop conditions have been variable across the region and in each county, according to reports.

Lumber grading school comes to western Pa.

Thursday, June 13, 2002

A six-week, accelerated version of the association’s Lumber Grading Program is coming to Titusville, Crawford County, July 8 to Aug. 16.

Ohio Bicentennial celebration in works

Thursday, June 6, 2002

Monthlong wagon train will roll across Ohio as part of 2003 celebration.

Commentary: Advice to grads everywhere: Get a life

Thursday, June 6, 2002

It’s the time of year when Editor Susan Crowell feels inclined to throw in her penny’s worth of advice to graduating seniors everywhere.

Planting advantage: Controlled traffic

Thursday, June 6, 2002

Practicing controlled traffic may give growers an advantage at a time when wet conditions are keeping most farmers out of their fields.

Show ring showdown: Ohio gets tough with no-tolerance udder tampering policy

Thursday, June 6, 2002

To educate exhibitors and judges to recognize signs of udder tampering, the Ohio Purebred Dairy Cattle Association will host an udder tampering detection seminar July 13.

Q and A session: Genetics of Scrapie

Thursday, June 6, 2002

By knowing a ram’s genotype, the percentage of progeny that will carry scrapie resistance can be estimated.

Explosion fuels new law for old engines

Thursday, June 6, 2002

Less than a year after a steam explosion in Medina, Ohio, killed five and injured almost 50, legislation is about to be passed requiring inspection and licensing of steam boilers.

Take a hike: Celebrate end of slavery

Thursday, June 6, 2002

Join the National Park Service for a Juneteenth Celebration with music, poetry, art, food, and an Underground Railroad lantern hike.

Ohio bulk fertilizer regs require on-farm containment pads

Thursday, June 6, 2002

Farmers storing large amounts of fertilizer have five years to comply with new bulk fertilizer regulations set by the Ohio Department of Agriculture.

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