Five families from Mahoning, Guernsey, Clermont, Brow and Auglaize counties were honored for their commitment to the conservation of natural resources and water quality.
Debate continues if benefits of country-of-origin labels policy outweigh costs.
Greg, Nathan and Kendal Peterson are just typical farm kids. (If you consider receiving YouTube marriage proposals typical.)
Two drones were demonstrated at this year’s Farm Science Review, but the technology is available for hobbyists only.
Hops, once popular in Ohio, could once again be grown locally.
Revisions are on the way in 2014 for the Clean and Green Act.
One panelist says best approach would be to tax farmers for applying nitrogen and phosphorus.
Soybean growers considering if or when to apply insecticide treatments for aphids need to determine the number of insects present in each field, as well as soybean growth stage.
Going to the Farm Science Review this year? Take a look at this infographic for some nifty trivia!
Follow along with Farm and Dairy’s staff as they experience all 80+ acres of ag exhibits, talk with some of the review’s 130,000+ visitors, watch the field demonstrations and enjoy some of the food the exhibition has to offer.