Friday, June 23, 2017

Lower commodity prices causing farmers to look more critically at new equipment purchases.

The Farm Science Review of 2015 has started. Let Farm and Dairy give you a glimpse of what is happening at the event.
silos grain bins

As if low commodity prices weren’t crippling enough to the farm budget, farmers take the chance of getting slammed with discounts once they get their product to the elevator.
Hartzell 11: Meadow Grove Farm

The Hartzell family broke ground for an addition to the freestall barn last fall and wrapped up construction this spring. The goal is to increase the herd to 300 Holsteins.
Crop Partnership

A group of 25 area farmers were hosted at the Jim Skeels farm in Lisbon Sept. 17 during a meeting of the Crop Production Partners.
Isaac Klingman

In honor of his cousin, 16-year-old Isaac Klingman decided to donate all of the proceeds to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation from his hog at the Wayne County Fair.
Bruce McPheron

Ohio State ag students might find more money through scholarships if the dean has his way.
water quality panel

Heavy spring rains led to another year of compromised water quality.

A new leader for the Ohio State University Extension was announced at the Farm Science Review.

This fall, take advantage of the season’s variety of fresh fruits and vegetables.
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