Sunday, May 1, 2016

Ohio State University Extension is embarking on a major initiative to determine the optimal rates of fertilization on the state’s major crops.
tractor fertilizer

Fertilizer Applicator Certification Training (FACT) allows farmers and commercial fertilizer applicators to meet the educational requirements of Ohio’s new agricultural fertilization law.
horses eating hay

Dusty conditions can cause issues for horses and livestock, as well.
Corn planting

USDA planting report says growers plan to plant more corn, less soybeans.
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This week's roundup includes news from the Forever 4-H'ers club of Salem, Ohio.

This week's roundup includes news from the Hillsdale and Black River FFA chapters.
Greg Stewart at Pa Farm Show

Not all bulls make the final cut to sell in the auction that concludes the Pennsylvania Performance Bull Test, but 18-year-old Jordan Seefeldt's top placing bull was one of them.
Hagie AirScout sprayer

John Deere buys majority ownership stake of Iowa-based Hagie Manufacturing, maker of high-clearance sprayers.
Improved drainage.

USDA announces more funding for western basin conservation, says voluntary efforts are working.
Grazing horses

Penn State Extension research project takes whole-farm approach to deworming and managing parasites.
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