Flower shopping signals return of summer
Picking out flowers at the greenhouse always jolts Julie Geiss into summer, even if it won't officially be here for a few more weeks.
Letting go is for the best
Eliza Blue learned lessons she expected to during lambing season this year. With the help of Mother Nature, it turned out to be her most successful one yet.
Our common chore
Bryce Angell crafts a poem about the nights and mornings spent in the barn milking cows.
Milk price modernization and federal order hearing: Part one
Ohio State Extension educator Jason Hartschuh explores how to modernize milk prices and recognize industry changes through the federal order system.
Finally some daylight in the grain markets
Marlin Clark has been speculating about finding a bottom for grain prices for weeks. Now, it finally appears he has as grain markets rebound.
Do you recognize Item No. 1248?
We received some feedback on Item No. 1247 and we're looking for some guidance on Item No. 1248. Do you have any insight to offer, dear reader?
USDA 2023 forecasts: Colossal crops, measly prices and little backslapping
A freight train of grain is barreling toward 2023/24 markets and farmers everywhere need to prepare for the rockier prices sure to follow in its wake.
Lessons learned from my father
Judith Sutherland shares the memories of her father's neighbor, and one of the most important lessons her father taught her.
Bryce Angell shares a poem about what the Pledge of Allegiance means to him.
What’s in these fields of yellow?
There are several plant species with yellow blooms around this time of year, so you need to take a closer look to know what you are dealing with.