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Overwintering garlic

Friday, July 31, 2015

Growing garlic is easy. Garlic planted in fall and overwintered is ready to harvest by mid to late summer.

Agriculture and water quality

Thursday, July 30, 2015

As summer heats up so too will agriculture’s ongoing water quality problems heat up.

Ask FSA Andy about ag education and loans

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Hello Again! Again this month Andy will be offering a variety of information concerning FSA and it’s program as well as some theories on life in general. Sounds like something from the Kung Fu series, if you have any idea what that show was about. Education Over the years I have noticed when talking to […]

No trust fund, but still blessed

Thursday, July 30, 2015

We are rich in work ethic gleaned from generations before us. This pays dividends far into the future, even if we aren’t rolling in the riches of an inherited trust.

Look beyond your neighbor’s fence

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Too cold, too hot, too dry, too wet. Had I looked over my neighbor’s fence this last spring and early summer, I would have concluded that we had received way too much rain.

Managing summer pastures

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Beginning in June, we tend to see a transition on our pasture management.

Lake Erie: Walleye population is increasing

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Heavy ice cover, the kind that lasts well into the spring, could be the best thing that Lake Erie walleye anglers could hope for, according to Jeff Tyson, Ohio’s lead guy in charge of Lake Erie’s fish management efforts.

Never give up: A reason for living

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Sadness and loss come to us all, and dark times in life challenge us to find new, meaningful purpose.

Getting an expert’s take on the mysteries of mammal diversity

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Rather than just guess which species I had seen, I contacted Dr. Don Wilson, emeritus curator at the Smithsonian Institution.

Early U.S. tractor history: The story begins in Iowa in 1892

Thursday, July 30, 2015

A book titled Fordson, Farmall, and Poppin’ Johnny, written in 1987 by Robert C. Williams, tells the history of the tractor beginning with John Froelich’s 1892 contraption, generally credited with being the first gasoline engine powered traction engine, up through the 1980s.

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