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Outdoor Heritage re-enactors bring history back to life

Thursday, April 26, 2001

From the Lewis and Clark expedition to a Civil War military encampment, from Theodore Roosevelt to Frank Kehoe, an Irish coal miner, re-enactors will help Outdoor Heritage visitors catch a glimpse of the past.

Planting corn is a game of inches

Thursday, April 26, 2001

With planting season just around the corner, a few hours in the machine shed can save the disappointment of lost yields at harvest.

Still time to attend free-range poultry workshop

Thursday, April 26, 2001

Herman Beck-Chenoweth will conduct a hands-on course May 10-12 at his research farm in Creola.

Pork producers may post 2001 profits

Thursday, April 26, 2001

Kansas State University James Mintert expects cash hog prices in the benchmark Iowa-southern Minnesota market this year to average in the low $40s per hundredweight.

Secondary insects can be primary pests

Thursday, April 26, 2001

Wireworm, white grub and seed corn maggot are known as secondary insects only because the total economic damage caused by them is low. In some cases, any one of those insects can become a field’s primary pest.

Studying baseball’s offensive surge

Thursday, April 19, 2001

Two University of Nebraska-Lincoln historians report on factors contributing to “Baseball’s Great Hitting Barrage of the 1990s.”

Arsonist targets rural barns

Thursday, April 19, 2001

A string of suspicious barn fires in Wayne and Holmes counties remains under investigation.

More manure on the Web

Thursday, April 19, 2001

New Purdue Web site hopes to link manure buyers with sellers.

Scout early: Cut wheat weeds down to size

Thursday, April 19, 2001

Failure to scout fields and take the appropriate action can result in yield losses and harvesting problems.

Family-A-Fair comes to Kent-Ashtabula

Thursday, April 19, 2001

The schedule of events for the May 5 extension fair will includes Ashtabula County’s own version of Family Feud.

Wildlife council approves hunting, trapping seasons

Thursday, April 19, 2001

The Ohio Wildlife Council has approved deer regulations for 2001, and established fall hunting and trapping seasons. The most notable change involves the reduction in standard antler length.

OSU poultry team earns honors

Thursday, April 19, 2001

Four members of the 2001 OSU Poultry Judging Team won eight top 10 team and individual honors at the 54th annual Southern Collegiate Poultry Judging Contest in Baton Rouge, La.

Potato leafhopper resistant alphalpha varieties

Thursday, April 19, 2001

Research planned to determine when insecticide are needed

Roscoe Village to host interactive canal boat exhibit

Thursday, April 19, 2001

The in-ground Hillside Canal Boat Exhibit will be the newest addition to the living history of Historic Roscoe Village. Christening is April 21.

Soybean seed better in 2001

Thursday, April 19, 2001

Seed quality for this year’s soybean crop is considerably better than last. Supplies are going to be tight.

National Highland convention in Pa.

Thursday, April 19, 2001

The American Highland Cattle Association will hold its 50th annual National Convention May 3-6 in Harrisburg.

Intensive grazing meeting arranged as start to network

Thursday, April 19, 2001

Irish dairy management highlighted at April 27 meeting at the Miller dairy farm in Millersburg.

First 72 hours critical for calves

Thursday, April 19, 2001

It is easy in all the excitement and rush of calving season to overlook some basic management procedures that affect the calf for the rest of his life.

An Appalachian Herb Gathering planned in Meigs County

Thursday, April 19, 2001

As many as 400 landowners, herb growers, and small business owners expected June 23-24 to learn about growing, marketing, and conserving native plants.

Quail Hollow Craft and Herb Fair will be May 5-6

Thursday, April 19, 2001

Quality handcrafted goods will be sold in connection with the Herbal Society’s annual plant sale.

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