Tuesday, September 24, 2019
shotgun

Shotgun shooting is a two-eyes-open challenge. It's called pointing, not aiming, and it is all about focusing on a moving target.
tea

Judith Sutherland recounts a recent visit with, Kathy, a neighbor girl from her earliest memories.
katydids

The voices of owls and frogs subside in September, allowing insect sounds to dominate. Learn more about what to listen for on late summer nights.
flooded field

Ohio laws governing water rights and drainage are complex and constantly evolving. Deb Bigelow offers a breakdown for landowners in her column this week.
soybean harvesting

Marlin Clark offers insight into corn and soybean futures, following Labor Day weekend.
farmsteaders

Shaena Mallett, director, said they wanted to strike a balance. “… That’s something I wanted to be honest about with Farmsteaders — farming is beautiful and hard,” she said. “I wanted to share the perspective that hard isn’t bad, and in fact some of the most worthwhile endeavors we could possibly take on may also be the most difficult.” Agriculture seems to be the topic du jour these days — for politicians, entertainers and, well, everyone. That’s why Mallett’s storytelling struck me. It’s poignant without being pretentious.

The sausage stuffer didn't stump you, but maybe these stacking cans will. Give us your guess on this week's latest Hazard submission.
migratory birds

Did you know many songbirds travel at night during migration? Scott Shalaway offers insight on how and why birds migrate south for the winter.
yellow nutsedge

Learn to understand how yellow nutsedge reproduces and thrives to better manage it in your forage crop fields and pastures.
dog treats

Training a puppy again has been both fun and maddening for Judith Sutherland. But it's been worth it.
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