Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Wetlands in the Maumee Bay

The toxic algae bloom in the Ohio River late last summer didn't get as much attention as Lake Erie and the Maumee River watershed had, but it could still change the way producers manage nutrients on their farms in the future.
Rose-breasted grosbeak

Over the next two weeks, rose-breasted grosbeaks may be making appearances at bird feeders.
beef cattle on pasture

Today you can “DVR it.” Dodge Variation Rapidly, that is. DNA tests are proven game changers in making focused genetic advances more quickly.
World War I horse-drawn artillery

The War Horses: The Tragic Fate of a Million Horses in the First World War by Simon Butler details the use, abuse, pain and suffering of horses used in World War I.
Corn planting

Call your FSA office ahead of your visit to set an appointment and to discuss any records or documentation that you may need for your appointment.
wrapped hay bale

There are many factors that go into your decision to cut hay. The main question that you have to ask yourself is if cutting hay is the best management decision for your farm or are you doing it out of habit.

From endless DIY projects to making memories with family, Kymberly Foster Seabolt hopes to not be done living for a very, very long time.
loading grain bins

As usual, the results in the market were based more on the spin than the actual numbers.
Dickie Bird Farm collage

All farmers talk to non-farming customers, lenders and other people on whom we wish to make a good impression. Here are some tips for effective communication with non-farmers.
Corn planting

Planting progress continues across Ohio, and key dates are drawing near.
Get 4 Weeks of Farm and Dairy Home Delivered Sign Up for your FREE Trial
Hello. Add your message here.