In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on the sate of the ag marketplace.
Leland Swensonencouraged the legislative involvement of nearly 100 area farmers and ranchers attending a April 9 Jefferson County Farmers Union meeting in Brookville, Pa.
Steps to watch for behavioral changes and to answer questions children may have.
The Spring Dairy Expo’s All-Youth 4-H and Open FFA Judging Contest drew 117 youth in 28 teams.
Custer Day tour begins at 10:45 a.m. on June 1.
United Local FFA and Young Farmers’ traveling petting zoo visited Orchard Hill Elementary, another school in the Leetonia district on April 4.
Unless major revisions are required, Ohio’s livestock facility permitting and operating regulations are set to take effect as early as June 20. The regulations govern farms housing more than 1,000 animal units.
An Ohio bill proposing an extra day of hunting free of restrictions has not yet been passed into law.
Even with recent rains, much of Pennsylvania is still just barely above normal for March. One expert declares, “long-term deficits remain staggering.”
Chances are your next blue ribbon was made by Powers Ribbon Factory.