Monday, October 24, 2016

Local FFA news for the week of Oct. 13, 2016.

Letter to Farm and Dairy Editor Susan Crowell from Fred J. Double.

Ohio State University researchers, city officials and wildlife specialists will speak about wildlife conflicts such as: geese management, urban coyotes, deer management and sterilization, trapping and more.

The updates to Salt Fork State Park are part of the ongoing efforts to renovate the infrastructure of Ohio's state parks.

And, due to the continuing technological and economic advantages of gas over coal, the decline in coal is expected to continue decades into the future.

The funding gives the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture resources to implement a produce safety system, provide education and outreach and to develop programs to address the of the growers.

The Mobile Agriculture Education Science Lab program has been bringing agriculture education to schools across Pennsylvania since 2003.
Penn State KILE livestock team 2

Penn State’s livestock judging team won the collegiate division at the Keystone International Livestock Exposition’s Collegiate and Junior Livestock Judging Contest.
Marathon Cornerstone Pipeline

(Editor’s note: Reporter Katy Mumaw attended a media tour sponsored by Marathon Petroleum Co. Sept. 29.) CANTON, Ohio — Marathon Oil and Gas completed a...

Catch up on some quick tips as we approach a time of the year when motorists and farmers will be sharing roadways more frequently.
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