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Week in Review 1/10

The top stories for the week of Jan. 4 to Jan. 10, 2015.

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"Heritage" is an umbrella term that embraces pure breeds of livestock and poultry with deep histories in the United States. And many farmers are working to bring them from the brink of extinction.
Barn fire

A Tallmadge horse farm lost 15 horses in a barn fire Thursday.
January garden

A successful spring garden requires advance planning that begins during the winter months.

A sculpture made from nearly 1,000 pounds of butter and showcasing a fundraising campaign for an innovative food bank milk program was unveiled Jan. 8 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show.

While Ohio’s first two wind farms were promising and now have some proof to back them up, the rest of the state is at a critical point, waiting to see which way the wind will blow.
cattle grazing in snow

The coldest weather of the season is here and will affect how you feed your animals.

The Ohio Department of Natural Resources divides the state into five wildlife districts, each with three wildlife supervisors. Each county, however, is patrolled by a single wildlife officer.

The rebound is nice, but grain merchandiser Marlin Clark says it is hard to be actually bullish without solid fundamental news in this country.
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