Archive for November, 2014


Horses ‘utterly horror-stricken’

Thursday, August 26, 2004

“For those who did not drive one, automobiles were an unmitigated nuisance and often provided even dangerous situations.

Crop report prompts prognostication

Thursday, August 26, 2004

It happened again the other evening, just as it happens every year after the USDA farmer-rattling August Crop Production Report.

Planning your fall/winter grazing

Thursday, August 26, 2004

August is the month to begin planning your fall/winter grazing.
By the end of August many practices will have to be implemented in order to maximize forage production.

Milking preparation: Secret methods of producing high quality milk

Thursday, August 26, 2004

“Pre-milking cow preparation – secret methods of producing high quality milk” catchy title!
That “Secret Methods” part is a particularly nice touch

Back to school project

Thursday, August 26, 2004

It’s hard to believe that summer break from school is drawing to an end. Many of us are already involved with sports practices and band camp that kept us thinking of school and schedules.

Pride and prejudice: Geography as destiny

Thursday, August 26, 2004

In the heartland of this great nation, we’ve apparently all entered the Witness Protection Program. Our exact locations must remain a closely guarded secret.

Dairy 4-H’ers show in Holmes Co.

Thursday, August 26, 2004

MILLERSBURG, Ohio – Judge Lee Kohler of Baltimore, Ohio, commended 4-H club dairy members for their entries in the Holmes County Junior Fair Dairy Show.

Pa. farmers apply for fuel tax refund

Thursday, August 26, 2004

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Any Pennsylvania resident who uses liquid fuels in agricultural production is eligible for a tax refund.

Northeast Ohio Holsteins take honors

Thursday, August 26, 2004

CANFIELD, Ohio – The Northeast Ohio District Holstein Show was July 24 in Canfield, Ohio.
Under perfect weather, judge Dave Dyment of Ontario, Canada, surveyed 136 head of top dairy cattle.

Locust invasion threatens agriculture

Thursday, August 26, 2004

KAEDI, Mauritania – As swarm after swarm of desert locusts – some of them up 40 kilometers long and containing billions of insects – arrive in the agricultural south of this West African country, farmers, herders and government alike say that without outside help the region’s population is facing catastrophe.


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