The second in our Women in Agriculture series: It is much easier for women to be involved in agriculture than it was 30 years ago when Judy Ligo was starting out. “You had to work your way in and prove you knew what you were doing.”
GREENFORD, Ohio — The Greenford Busy Bees met Feb. 23 to elect officers for the upcoming year. New leaders include: president, Addie Flowers; vice president, Alaina Courtwright; secretary, Delaney Less; assistant secretary, Olivia Wince; health officer, Tara Wine; safety officer, Genesis Johnson; news reporter, Maureen Baker. * * * BURTON, Ohio — Geauga Beef […]
MILLERSBURG, Ohio — The West Holmes FFA chapter sent officer books, state and American degree applications and proficiency applications to be judged at the district level Feb. 10. Jason Jenkins (reporter), Elise Neville (secretary) and Terry Medley (treasurer) each received a gold rating on their officer books. They will receive an award at state convention […]
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued 43 new permits in February, up from 32 new permits in January.
Bill would set new provisions for applying fertilizer and manure in Ohio.
New law would set a timeline for ODNR to act on granting pooled leases involving state lands.
There are 19 Ohio counties boasting more than 500 women farm operators; against that backdrop, Ohio State Extension and Kent State University-Tuscarawas Small Business Development Center will host the second annual East Ohio Women in Agriculture Conference
The board highlighted the accomplishments of the county’s dairy producers during their final banquet.
The award program is administered through the Ohio Department of Agriculture and the Office of the First Lady.
A pond can be a valuable asset to a farm or suburban landowner.