Monday, September 26, 2016
Week in Review 3/28

The top stories for the week March 22 to March 28, 2015.

As things stand for now, what we have in terms of price and dairy profitability should remain pretty much the same.
tomatoes

These homestead crops are nutritious, dependable, high-yielding and hearty.

Buried deep within the 2,700-plus pages of House Bill 64, Ohio’s “main operating budget” introduced Feb. 11, is wording that some landowners feel could significantly impact existing gas and oil leases.
Cedar and Stuart Anderson with Flow Hive

The Flow Hive is said to simplify the honey-harvesting process by simply turning a knob on the hive.
produce in basket

New resource available to help food hubs support sustainable farm to school programs.
U.S. Capitol

Proposed U.S. House bill calls for the FDA to set standards for GMO food labeling

Annie Warmke converted the Blue Rock Station property, by hand, nearly 20 years ago into Ohio’s first “Earthship."

Ohio lawmakers approve compromise nutrient legislation, with bans for certain winter application.
Wayne County dairy royalty

Kierstyn Wood was crowned the 2015 Wayne County Dairy Princess during the March 19 Wayne County Dairy Service Unit banquet.
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