Thursday, July 20, 2017
John Staub, United States Energy Information Administration

Companies represented made it clear that drilling and producing has been slowed by commodity prices, but showed they are confident the industry will rebound.
veterinary medicine

Experts says animal antibiotics get the blame for resistance in humans, but the two are different things.

USDA officials update Senate Ag Committee on status of avian influenza.
Holsteins on pasture.

As summer temperatures climb, cow comfort is paramount to production.
July gardening

This month, prune flowers, keep up with your garden’s watering and weeding needs and continue to manage pests.
Dave Daniels

A July tour of state officials featured Ohio's whole-system dairy industry.
Week in Review 7/4

This week’s top stories include a list of wild foods to forage this summer, a lawsuit involving landowners and the state of Ohio, a lawsuit involving landowners, the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers and more.
veggie chips

Food dehydration is often overlooked as a method of food preservation, but it's a super space saver and and keeps foods safe from spoilage and pests.
Eggs on a conveyor.

Contracted workers were underage and brought to U.S. under false promises.
Justice scales

The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled on one case dealing with the Ohio Dormant Minerals Act and has heard the arguments on another. The questions remains: Which Ohio Dormant Minerals Act applies?
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