Thursday, July 27, 2017
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Poison Hemlock can be dangerous to both humans and livestock and should be taken care of early in the season. University of Missouri Extension Specialists share how to identify and remove this invasive plant.
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From heart health to urban farming, here’s a recap of news from around the web this week.
5 stories collage for Feb. 27, 2016

This week’s top stories include Cargill’s plan to reduce antibiotics in poultry, the preservation of Pennsylvania farmland in 18 counties and guest columns from past and present FFA members to celebrate National FFA week.

With profit margins tight this year, here are some ways to help control machinery costs.
Linda Sigrest

Tuscarawas County dairy farmers honored at annual banquet for top milk production
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Goat horn removal can be controversial; it is farmer’s choice whether or not to remove an animal’s horns, but most goat producers do as part of their herd management practice.

How many seeds should you plant in your garden this year? That depends on the size of the harvest you want or need.

Brett McKelvey is back on track after suffering numerous health problems.

The Champions of Conservation honored several individuals and groups at the awards luncheon.

McConn’s swine production project starts from the beginning of life for many of her hogs, and her records show that.
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