Thursday, June 22, 2017

The world of digital agriculture is continuing to advance before our eyes. Ohio State’s College of Food Agriculture and Biological Engineering professors Scott Shearer and John Fulton share what's in store for precision agriculture.
Kiko farms

Precision agriculture and agricultural technology have come a long way in the past five to 10 years. It's not a one-size-fits-all management tool, but it fits more farms than you think.
planting soybeans

As planting season winds down, it looks like some corn won't get planted, and there could be additional acres of soybeans.
Putt family

The Putt family is building on their grain farming business, which includes custom planting and harvesting.
Chuck Dudgeon

Members of the Mount Vernon Rotary Club visited Chuck Dudgeon's farm, in Knox County, Ohio, to bust myths about the beef industry and learn how to make informed decisions at the meat counter.
Albright family

Joel Albright, of Albright Jerseys LLC, in Huron County, manages over 400 head of cows while also working full time as an agriscience teacher at Crestview High School, in Ashland.

The 2005 edition of the Ohio Agronomy Guide was revised to offer up-to-date guidelines for planting crops, managing pests and enriching the soil.
Holsteins

Miss Hot Mama-Red-ET has earned the honor of Holstein Association USA's 2016 Star of the Breed.

Ohio State University's Stone Laboratory awarded scholarships to 15 high school students at the 2017 State Science Day, May 13, at Ohio State University.

Black Swamp Gourmet was honored with the Best Overall Product award, Golden Chile award, and Best of the Best award.
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