Sunday, November 29, 2015
Jefferson SWCD Conservation Farmer of the Year

Chuck and Amie Cline received the Jefferson Soil and Water Conservation District's 2015 Conservation Farmer of the Year award.
Corn harvestvideo

Fall harvest continues well ahead of the five-year average, but yields are down across the state.

New book includes more than 200 images by photojournalists.
organic apples

Between 2008 and 2014, Ohio’s organic farmers have doubled their sales and added 12,000 acres to the state’s 500 organic farms.
FFA logo

This week's round-up includes news from the Pymatuning Valley FFA, a United FFA soils team, the Northwestern FFA and the Black River FFA agriculture education department.
4-H logo

This week's 4-H news includes the Thompson Ledge Dairymen from Burton, Ohio.

Planting wildflowers, native grasses and cover crops like buckwheat, mustard, clover and sunflowers provides high value food for honey bees.

Organic farming educational day coming to Holmes County.
John Deere planter in action

The joint venture will help farmers, agricultural retailers and others make informed decisions about agriculture.

Cooperatives earned $6.5 billion in net income and generated $246.7 billion in total revenue last year.