Sunday, November 29, 2015
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WOOSTER, Ohio —Nearly a quarter of consumers say they’ve never cooked a beef roast, and 43 percent cook one roast or less per year....
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Beef and dairy producers in Indiana should watch their herds carefully this fall for signs of the blood disease anaplasmosis, a Purdue animal health specialist said.
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The Ohio Agricultural Council luncheon will share the results of research about the millennial generation and their how they purchase food.
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Ohio State University Extension is offering a free, four-part webinar series on managing risk and financial management.
beef cattle on pasture

Reader says we need to preserve mandatory country-of-origin labeling.

Farm and Dairy's Field Notes is a video series that provides weekly ag news and a recap of's latest top stories. This week, reporter Kristy Seachrist shares the story of how a bull attack shattered farmer Judy Ligo's life as well as an update on the USDA Crop Progress Report. The stories you may have missed include a recent organic farming conference and a report that says meat may cause cancer.

The Buckeye Shepherd’s Symposium will be held Dec. 11-12, at the OARDC in Wooster.

A Highland bull shattered the life of Judy Ligo when he turned on her.
Holstein dairy cows on pasture

Tom Gallagher, CEO of Dairy Management Inc. (DMI), which manages the national dairy checkoff, delivered strong results and reasons for optimism to dairy farmers who are in the midst of a difficult economic year.
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This week's round-up includes news from the Waterford FFA chapter and the Fort Frye FFA chapter.