Farm and Dairy’s week in review: 9/20
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Columnist Judith Sutherland has relied on Farm and Dairy readers to help her and her family survive the writing of each week’s column for 15 years.
Columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt just wants to mail a stuffed toy and board game. Is the Postal Service too busy with live alligators to deliver her package?
When seeding directly to pasture, there are some guidelines to follow that help to ensure success.
Winter is the time when a beekeeper needs to make plans for next year’s honey crops.
Forest ecologist Charles Goebel aims to develop new riparian plantings adapted to the state.
In an amendment to Pennsylvania’s Right to Farm Act, local governments will be held financially responsible for making laws that don’t comply with the state.
The Ohio Department of Agriculture issued four final permits to install and nine final permits to operate to Ohio Fresh Eggs for the Croton Egg Farm facilities.
Myron Wehr of Columbiana County, Ohio, received the annual Ohio No-Till Grower award.
Animal linked to herd imported from Alberta, Canada, in 2001.
Case of mad cow futhers humane society’s opinion that nonambulatory animals should not be used for human consumption.
Ag economists and beef expert weigh in on how mad cow will change the U.S. beef and grain markets.
Another research breakthrough has been made in the battle against Phytophthora sojae, a disease that can kill soybean plants and cause significant yield losses.
What exactly is BSE? Find out here.
Columnist Judith Sutherland pays tribute to a family friend who’s probably now playing Santa in heaven.
Columnist Kymberly Foster Seabolt finds herself singing along with Christmas carols instead of just humming the parts she doesn’t know. How about you?
Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb will return in the Jan. 8 issue.
Under the proposal, agricultural land in cropland, orchards, vineyards and pasture is eligible for the Conservation Security Program.
Milk Marketing Board voted to keep the state’s Class I over-order premium of $1.65 per hundredweight through June 2004.
Ohio State will host maple syrup production updates at three locations in January.
More than $100 million in payments for the Livestock Assistance Program began Dec. 18.
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