Friday, July 28, 2017
5 stories collage Feb. 13, 2016

This week’s top stories include a feature video on the Sharp Family Dairy Farm in Amanda, Ohio, an update on the state of the oil and gas industry, the latest Utica and Marcellus shale permits and the loss of a naming donation for the Columbiana County Fair’s grandstand.
farm safety collage

Having a plan helps farmers respond to hazards appropriately, and trains everyone on the farm to stay safe.
red and pink roses

Did you know that flowers have meanings? Learn what your Valentine’s Day flowers mean in this guide.
Grazing lambs

Barber pole worms are prevalent during lambing and kidding season and the milder winter weather sets the stage for a significant infestation.
gamer cards

What I learned from my stereotype of gamers: Being “out as a farmer” may be the best thing you can do to bust all the ag stereotypes around you.
Kyle Sharpvideo

Kyle Sharp has continued his family's dairy farming tradition, but in new ways.
Carroll County pipelines under construction.

There are 14 rigs currently drilling in the Utica shale.
corn kernels and dollar bills

Ohio land owners have taken multiple steps to appeal the recent rise in CAUV rates.
Columbiana fair

The Columbiana County Fair was unable to secure a major donation it had planned to use on the new grandstand.
Utica shale well in Carroll County.

The oil and gas slow down in the United States may provide the chance to get ready for the next boom in the shale region.
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