Thursday, December 8, 2016

A new Web site,, will connect buyers and sellers of Ohio-grown agricultural products.

Latest round funds 1,628 acres across state; farms in Ashland and Knox counties included.

Major disease problems could be on the horizon if wet weather continues.

Hog farm uses a methane digester to produce electricity, generates $3,500 per month in income.

More GMO corn increasing risk of crop contamination.

George and Ruth Sharec of Newton Falls in Trumbull County have donated an agricultural easement to the Ohio Department of Agriculture.

Despite the rains, Ohio farmers are 21 days ahead of last year in planting.

The initial investment in the horse is only a small portion of the actual cost of ownership.

There is a network that links community members, a foundation that nurtures its young people. Editor Susan Crowell hopes the "sense of community" will continue.

The Bicentennial Wagon Train will journey across the state June 21-July 14.
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