Friday, January 15, 2021
sheep pasture

Farmers need to be nimble and willing to think of all of the angles when it comes to local processing woes, Rebecca Miller says.
flag

One stolen political sign is a sad harbinger of the times for Rebecca Miller.
Sudanese children roast corn

Rebecca Miller ponders county fairs, masks, Africa and what community has to look like in 2020.
sheep and sunset

Rebecca Miller mulls over the dusty rhythm of farming, during a dry July, in the middle of a pandemic.
fair sunset

Either Ohio's fairs go on, in some form or another. Or they don’t. Either way, Rebecca Miller says Ohio’s youth deserves clarity.
face mask

Rebecca Miller gauges how seriously rural folks are taking the pandemic by the number of face masks she sees at farm supply and feed stores. There are few.
sheep and sunset

It's not too late to plan for "what if" and make some changes. Rebecca Miller shares how her family is doing just that on the sheep farm.
Houdini

In the midst of the new coronavirus craziness, Rebecca Miller had to say goodbye to a working partner she never knew she needed.
sailboat

Lake Erie Bill of Rights is dead in the water, for now. Editor-in-Chief Rebecca Miller asks: what does it mean for farmers?
sheep wool

Sheep shearing is an annual rite of passage for Rebecca Miller. Despite the challenges, there is still something about that ritual of taking off the wool.