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Wind turbine powers the way for Ohio produce grower

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

REEDSBURG, Ohio — It may take a few years to pay for itself, but produce grower Monica Bongue has her sight set on wind and what it can do for her small farm in Ohio’s Wayne County. In early December, Bongue worked with Wind Turbines of Ohio to install a turbine on her farm, which […]

Ultrasound and artificial insemination techniques improve sheep breeding

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

DUBOIS, Idaho — Bred for meat as well as wool, sheep have been part of the American landscape since colonial times. Now, advances in genetic research are changing breeding procedures, leading to faster, cheaper and more accurate techniques. Using ultrasound New research is making it easier to predict the future — at least as far […]

New Regulations for Medicated Feeds

Monday, January 4, 2010

Two changes in federal regulations will affect medicated feeds, including milk replacer, beginning early next year.

Power of mind can help with diet resolution

Sunday, January 3, 2010

WASHINGTON — The fleeting thought of a candy bar is often enough to inspire a powerful sweet tooth. But if people go through the motions of devouring an entire candy bar in their mind’s eye — imagining each and every repetitive bite, chew, and swallow — then they would likely consume less of an actual […]

Year in Review: 2009

Friday, January 1, 2010

2009– A year many producers would like to forget but instead will move on and hope for a brighter 2010.

2009 Adult writing contest and youth art winners

Thursday, December 31, 2009

The holidays have a special meaning to all of us. It could be the sights and sounds of the children sled riding down the hill behind the farm house or the late nights making holiday treats in the kitchen. Or it could be the traditions we have in our families that we celebrate every year. […]

2009 Adult writing contest and youth art winners

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

The holidays have a special meaning to all of us. It could be the sights and sounds of the children sled riding down the hill behind the farm house or the late nights making holiday treats in the kitchen. Or it could be the traditions we have in our families that we celebrate every year. […]

Economist: Corn prices increase, wheat and soybeans fall flat

Monday, December 28, 2009

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — While prices for the 2009 corn crop may continue to slowly climb as corn demand increases in 2010, soybean and wheat prices have a slightly more dismal outlook, said Chris Hurt, Purdue University agricultural economist. “As we look down the road to 2010, demand is going to continue for corn,” Hurt […]

2009 Children, Holiday art and writing contest

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Christmas stories of love, wishes, lessons learned and animals filled our mailbox and inboxes in the past few weeks and we couldn’t have been happier here at the Farm and Dairy! The stories gave us the jolt we needed to get into the holiday spirit. The judges had a tough time picking the winners but […]

Legislation gives ODA more control over CAFOS

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A lengthy process of transferring the state’s livestock permitting program from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, to the Ohio Department of Agriculture, became closer to completion this week. Signed into law On Tuesday, Dec. 22, Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland signed House Bill 363, which authorizes the ODA to adopt rules under the […]

Nations agree to climate change accord in Denmark

Wednesday, December 23, 2009

SALEM, Ohio — President Barack Obama committed the United States to cutting the nation’s greenhouse gas emissions by 17 percent by 2020, and by more than 80 percent by 2050.

National FFA to welcome new year in Rose Parade

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

National FFA to have one of largest floats in Tournament of Roses Parade.

Ohio grain farmers note successes, prepare for ‘perfect storm’ ahead

Monday, December 21, 2009

LIMA, Ohio — They gathered to discuss the three major grains grown in Ohio — corn, wheat and soybeans. But the 250 or so growers who attended the annual Ohio Grain Farmers Symposium Dec. 17 in Allen County were equally concerned about the livestock industry, global climate change, alternative fuels and the impact each will […]

USDA: Milk producers can expect dairy payment soon

Friday, December 18, 2009

Expected one-time payment to dairymen is 32 cents per hundredweight.

Humor and hope keep Pennsylvania dairy farm alive

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Lesson learned in Pa. dairy farm is that quality can have more benefits than quantity.

Living off the land in Ohio’s Harrison County

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Harrison County rancher breeds cattle that make most of land resources.

2010-2020: A decade for farm management

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Virginia Tech economist says farmers will prosper or fail over next 10 years.

Researcher studying ways to handle huge quantities of biomass

Monday, December 14, 2009

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — As scientists scramble to develop ways to generate enormous amounts of energy from cleaner-burning, renewable fuels to replace coal and oil, promising agricultural crops such as switchgrass have made headlines. But selecting the plants from which to make energy is just part of the challenge. Systems to handle huge volumes of […]

New roots on Lake Erie: Local food systems are urban planning tool

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Community gardening, land use planning help Cleveland cast a new landscape.

Memories and traditions are what make Christmas, not the tree itself

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

The Feisley Tree Farm includes 300 acres of trees.

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