Dairy producers weighing shift in new farm bill
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Caramel Frozen Yogurt Pie with Grilled Peaches
One source estimates 55 to 75 percent of farm workers lack legal status, while others put the number at closer to 20 percent.
Calling all pitmasters: Test your barbecue skills at the Camp Meigs BBQ Bootcamp and Burnoff May 3-4.
Editor Susan Crowell says goodbye to her mother.
The Columbiana-Mahoning DHI, or Dairy Herd Improvement, honored its top herds March 22 at its annual banquet at the First United Methodist Church in Salem.
No More Food Fights: We have to make time to come together around the food plate, to have a conversation — a human connection — that doesn’t end in a food fight.
Pa. Holstein Association members salute Horace Backus; honor breeders Roy Simpson and Wayne Harpster.
It was a Super Bowl ad that grabbed our attention for its shear simplicity, not its shock factor. Paul Harvey sharing his, “So God Made a Farmer” tribute.
Show your love with our Valentine’s Day photo contest, “A Celebration of Love!”
Kris and Becky Vincent, of East Canton, Ohio, received this year’s Industry Excellence Award from the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association.
Find new alliances? Sit down and work out compromises? Editor Susan Crowell is all for it, just as long as we’re not dealing with the HSUS.
Yes, farmers need to do a better job of educating their nonfarm neighbors.
Most of us are science illiterate. That’s why emotion and public perception steers policy, not science. A GMO opponent changes his mind.
I don’t know what they’re doing in D.C., but it’s clear what they’re not doing. The work we sent them there to do.
This Harrison Central graduate won the 2012 National FFA Swine Production Entrepreneurship award for his swine farrowing and club pig enterprise.
Agriculture drives a huge chunk of the economy in both Ohio and Pennsylvania. And that’s not hyperbole, it’s fact.
Editor Susan Crowell shares the importance of seeking others’ advice when it comes to improving your farm. Grazing councils are a great example.
Speaking to the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation annual meeting Nov. 29, Ohio Gov. John Kasich asked the farm group’s support of his tax reform measures, saying the severance tax was so low it was “ridiculous.”
Of Ohio Farm Bureau’s 214,000 members, fewer than three out of 10 are active, or farm, members — and that’s why the organization wants to improve its associate member engagement.
Some are touting New York’s yogurt empire as the equivalent to California’s Silicon Valley. Editor Susan Crowell says let’s hope it keeps growing, one spoonful at a time.
Ohio State’s ag college is the heart of the university’s priorities, says incoming dean Bruce McPheron, but programs, including OSU Extension, will need to change.
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