Sunday, November 29, 2015

Monthly Archives: June 2007

Part I How does one go about explaining a connection to the land? It has seemed impossible for me to explain why I care about the land on which my father was born and raised.

About the time I broke the cotton shackles of my mother's apron strings for the glorious freedom of my father's farm fields, a technology wave hit the southern Illinois farm of my youth.

Dryness leads to poisonous grazing With dry weather in many parts of the area, the potential for animals to eat toxic plants increases, mostly because they're hungry and not much forage is available for grazing.

This is the time of year there never seems to be enough hours in the day to get all the work on a dairy farm accomplished.

Well, the bad news is that I can now officially call Mr. Wonderful "my old man." The good news is that I'd rather be poked with a hot stick than do so.

CANFIELD, Ohio - The smell of fresh hay mingled with the humid early summer air as drivers hooked driving harnesses to their young horses in preparation of tackling the half-mile dirt track of the Canfield Fairgrounds.

MARYSVILLE, Ohio - More than 400 people celebrated the 2006-2007 Ohio Cattlemen's Association BEST (Beef Exhibitor Show Total) program as it wrapped up June 9 with its annual awards banquet at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus.

There's nothing quite like a county fair and you gave us lots of reasons to look forward to the 2007 fair season.

WOOSTER, Ohio - The Ohio Forage and Grasslands Council, in partnership with Ohio Sheep Improvement Association, will host a sheep grazing tour July 13 from 9 a.

JOHNSTON, Iowa - As the principal owner and developer of Harvest Wind Farm, LLC, John Deere Wind Energy has begun construction of more than 30 wind turbine generators in Huron County - making it the first multimegawatt wind farm in the state of Michigan.