Monday, June 27, 2016
Ohio FFA Convention recap

Thousands of FFA members and guests attended the 88th annual Ohio FFA Convention, May 5 and 6, in Columbus.
CRP restored wetland in Ohio

USDA raised the bar in the latest round of CRP enrollment, weighing environmental factors plus cost, including wildlife enhancement, water quality, soil erosion, enduring benefits, and air quality.
bee bots at 4-H Challenge

Thousands of students in Ohio and seven other states will learn why bees dancing is a vital aspect of honeybee pollination as they participate in this year's 4-H Ag Innovations Experience, the Honey Bee Challenge.
planting soybeans

What pollinators are active in Ohio soybean crops? An Ohio State researcher wants to find out, but needs some help.
Ohio FFA Convention Star Chapter Awards

Ohio FFA members receive awards for their accomplishments at the 88th Ohio FFA Convention, May 5 and 6, in Columbus, Ohio.
Holstein dairy cattle grazing

U.S. dairymen hit hard last year: Returns in 2015 averaged $17.21 per hundredweight, 28.5 percent below 2014.
Ohio FFA Convention header

The 2016 Ohio FFA Convention recognizes students for their accomplishments as a part of the Ohio FFA association, May 5 and 6.
United Local FFA Members

We asked FFA members to share why they say thanks to FFA by participating in our photo booth at the 2016 Ohio FFA Convention in Columbus, May 5 and 6.
soil in hands

The toolkit is designed to help entrepreneurs and community leaders successfully create jobs and increase access to healthy food through urban agriculture.
Field Notes collage for May 5, 2016video

From Ohio's CAUV hearings to the latest spring planting update, here's a rundown of our biggest news this week.
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