Sunday, September 25, 2016
The Dirt on Conservation

The Dirt on Conservation

Back when I was just a little feller, my dad would take some of us up to the brand new Noble County Airport for...

I remember one of the first times I learned about silage leachate and how toxic it can be to aquatic life. Luckily, my first...

Timber sale contracts back in my grandfather and great grandfathers days consisted of a good ole firm hand shake and working together with the...

Thermal stratification is a change in water temperature at different depths in a pond. And it's the reason sometimes you get fish kills in lakes or farm ponds.

If there’s one thing that most Farm and Dairy readers have learned in the past couple of years, it’s that when you deal with...

Have you ever used a no-till drill on your farm? Have you thought about it, but decided the traditional method of plowing and planting...

Farmers in Ohio must realize a number of facts. Among those are:• The weather is going to be different from one growing season to...

Many ponds are more than 50 years old. Depending on their drainage area, they can accumulate debris, leaves, sediment, yard waste, decaying pond plants,...

I grew up playing in red dirt. Not in the south, but in central Ohio. The tree trunks were all stained red and when...

(By Cody Totten)Cover crops have become of growing interest throughout Ohio and the Midwest in general. But why would a farmer who is already...
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