Wednesday, February 22, 2017
snowy road in woods

AccuWeather forecasters are predicting winter weather will linger into spring across much of the United States.

The future of agriculture looks very different than the past. Tomorrow’s Ag leaders show the way with service, collaboration and value-driven leadership.
Hemp

Hemp isn’t marijuana. But the reputation that accompanies marijuana seems to be stunting the growth of what could be America’s next cash crop. Pennsylvania and Kentucky departments of agriculture focus on hemp research programs.
YAP conference

Ohio Farm Bureau's Young Ag Professionals conference is a place to connect with others who share an interest in agriculture. Over 600 people attended this year conference in Columbus, Feb. 3-4.

Learn more about practical ways you can manage your income and cash flow.
sun through corn field

Purdue ag barometer points toward much higher producer sentiment about economy.

Although lighting is the most important factor for a healthy herb garden, humidity, temperature, fertilizer, pots, soil and water all play important roles.

During the Ohio Forage and Grassland Council conference Feb. 3, Kim Cassida, forage Extension specialist from Michigan State University, offered these 10 reasons to use forage mixtures.
Forage conference

Developing quality pastures, sharing insights from one producer to another, and the latest forage research were all topics at the Ohio Forage and Grasslands Council conference and annual meeting Feb. 3.

Ag outlook meetings point toward more tough times, but with strong demand in the soybean market.
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