Sunday, June 25, 2017

Consumers value genetically modified foods that directly benefit them.

Join specialists for an in-barn search for what cows are telling dairymen about their nutrition, health and comfort.

The proposed mandatory country-of-origin labeling program could cost $458 million per year.

The cattleman also manages about 30 acres of woodland as both a cash crop and as wildlife habitat.

Under the proposal, both live animals and meat products would be eligible for entry into the United States from a BSE minimal risk region.

Portage County sheep farmer Gale Diehl maintains his prize-winning flock for the sheer fun of it.

Not-so-new cider regulations taking effect in January may put a strain on small producers.

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell shares proof that biotechnology supporters are still clueless.


The program will focus on every aspect of breeding, feeding, calving, weaning, and marketing that relates to Ohio cow/calf production.

They came from more than a dozen corn-growing states to determine who was the fastest corn husker in Ohio and the United States.
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