Reader: Deere has farmers at its mercy
A reader comments on a recent article about a complaint filed against John Deere for keeping owners and private shops from repairing their equipment.
Reader: Options are available for preserving farms
A Farm and Dairy reader provides information to preserve Butternut Farm, in North Eaton that has been put up for auction.
Reader: Eminent domain is legal, but not ethical
A reader shares the story of land seized from a farmer near the village of Lagrange, concluding eminent domain may be legal, but perhaps not ethical.
Reader: Science shows humans cause climate change
A Farm and Dairy reader responds to a letter to the editor that addressed Alan Guebert's column, "American agriculture needs to deal with climate change."
Reader: Utica shale brought opportunity
A reader shares the story of Austin Lakes RV Park and Cabins, which benefitted from the natural gas and oil industry in Ohio.
Reader: Consider all theories on climate change
Farm and Dairy reader responds to Alan Guebert's column, "American agriculture needs to deal with climate change."
Reader: Fix port problems, don’t send more dollars
A Farm and Dairy reader responds to Alan Guebert's Nov. 25 opinion regarding the broken supply chain at U.S. ports.
Reader: Support country of origin labeling for beef
Reader calls cattle producers to take notice of upcoming legislation that could impact the industry.
Reader: Different perspectives are valued
A long-time reader of Farm and Dairy shares his thoughts on the different perspectives he's seen in the publication recently.
Reader: Open dialogue is key to success
One reader believes we must return to a time when we can have open discussions on all topics both agricultural and political without fear of being labeled.