Thursday, February 11, 2016
Ohio Young Agricultural Professionals

Over 700 people attended Ohio Farm Bureau's Young Ag Professionals Conference to learn more about agricultural trends, professional development and agvocacy.
water faucet

If you’re concerned that your tap water might have elevated levels of lead in it, the first place to start is with your community’s water system.
Terry Cosby

Scientists are starting to understand how ag nutrients are leaving farmers' fields.
Grazing Conference Panel

The North Central Ohio Grazing Conference offered dairy producers the opportunity to improve their grazing operations by hearing from fellow dairy producers and experts in the industry at the two-day event, Jan. 28-29, at the Buckeye Event Center, Dalton, Ohio.
Sherrod Brown farmers

Ohio Farmers Union discuss issues of top concern at annual convention in Columbus.
Pasture Maid Creamery

Consumers who purchased Whole Milk (labeled as pasteurized) bottled by Pasture Maid Creamery in New Castle, Pennsylvania, are being told to discard the milk.
5 stories collage: Jan. 30, 2016

This week’s most read stories include Ohio State University’s acting ag dean’s move to Michigan State, the 46th annual Power Show Ohio, support for the National FFA Organization, tips for keeping houseplants and more.
cardinal on snowy branch

When snow flies, activity at bird feeders peaks.
kids holding flowers

As spring approaches, think about making your garden, or at least a portion of it, kid-friendly.
garden planning and crops collage

Regardless of which method you choose, there are numerous benefits to good garden planning.
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