Wednesday, June 28, 2017
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The Wolff family milks around 60-head of Holsteins and farms around 200 acres in Medina County, Ohio. Kara Wolff said dairy farming can be "a frustrating life, but it's a humbling life."
Diesel oil standards

New oil standards and two new oil products will help protect diesel engines, provide higher fuel efficiency and assist in meeting emissions requirements.
Stroke signs

"BE FAST" an acronym released by Penn State Health to identify 95 percent of acute strokes, including those that occur in the back of the brain.
Chicken

So far Ohio poultry producers have avoided an outbreak of HPAI in their flocks, but, even when there isn't an immediate threat of an outbreak, producers should remain vigilant.

A sunburn may not seem like a big deal; however, sun damage causes pain, discomfort and it can put you at risk for skin cancer.
Rogers fire

Rogers Community Auction's Pavilion G went up in flames May 19. No one was injured and only a stack of hay was lost. Owners plan for business as usual.

Many farmers may employ youth labor to help. It’s important to know and understand youth labor laws when hiring minors for summer labor.
Farm and Dairy file photo

The Ohio Department of Agriculture announced new tools to help farmers manage nutrients, including a partnership with the National Weather Service.
Don Monke, Select Sires

Select Sires dedicated the European Union-qualified barns at its Plain City facility as the D.R. Monke Production Center in honor of retiring Vice President of Production Operations Dr. Donald Roy Monke.
Bale grazing

A Kentucky farmer started a bale grazing project with the University of Kentucky, he was looking to improve the health of his cattle and his pastures.
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