Sunday, February 25, 2018
soybeans

Findings from Penn State researchers have implications for plant breeders and improving crop productivity in nutrient-poor soils.
wearable sensors for plants

Find out more about the new, low-cost, easily produced, graphene-based, sensors-on-tape that can be attached to plants to provide data to farmers.
solar farm

The Ohio Power Siting Board has approved two solar projects, one in Brown County and one in Hardin County, that would become the largest solar farms in Ohio once constructed.
planting field

Growing a high-quality corn silage crop starts at day one. Now is the best time for producers to build a plan for the upcoming growing season.
pigs in barn

Bipartisan legislation introduced in U.S. Senate would exempt livestock farmers from reporting routine farm emissions under CERCLA, commonly known as the Superfund Act.
Corn emerging

Certified Crop Advisers from Ohio and Pennsylvania share the biggest challenges facing crop farmers this year, and what a crop adviser can do to help.
Ohio dairyman Matt Saul

Dairy expert: We’ve got more dairy farmers on the ropes this year than we’ve seen in the last two to three years. And some farmers won't bounce back.
dairy cows in freestall barn

Seven things that dairy farmers and dairy experts say can help dairymen during this time of low milk prices.
piglets

U.S. pork and pork variety meat exports totaled 5.399 billion pounds valued at $6.486 billion, up 6 percent and 9 percent respectively from 2016.
cattle

USDA advises that any producers who have not received payments for animals sold through the Westminster Livestock Auction should file a claim.
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