Sunday, June 16, 2019

Farm and Dairy has named Rebecca Miller, of Lisbon, Ohio, as editor-in-chief, succeeding Susan Crowell, who will be retiring at the end of June.
Wool pool

At the Lawrence County Fairgrounds, June 8 and June 10, people hauled in wool to be sorted, weighed and baled as part of the Lawrence-Mercer County wool pool.
horses eating hay

URBANA, Ill. — It’s something you wouldn’t believe could happen unless you saw it. You walk out to the barn in the morning and...
Stoltzfus, Operation Second Chance, John Deere,

Retired Pennsylvania farmer Ivan Stoltzfus is headed cross country in a 1948 John Deere A to raise support for Operation Second Chance and veterans assistance.
rural development, tunnel greenhouse, USDA,

USDA Rural Development is giving 47 rural communities free technical assistance to help build long-term economic development plans.

Though movies don’t often feature farmers or farms, agriculture has had some nods from Hollywood in the past. Some of the movies that are farm-centric may not be the gigantic and special effects-motivated summer blockbuster like The Dark Knight or Marvel’s: The Avengers, but they’re good entertainment.

Hay shortage is a growing concern for many farmers across the Midwest.
wild turkey

Hunters checked 19,088 wild turkeys during the 2019 combined spring turkey hunting seasons. Check out this list for county by county results.
milk poured into glass

Throughout June, Dairy Farmers of America will help raise awareness and provide relief towards the summer nutrition gap felt by nearly 18 million students.
prevented planting 2019 cornfield

Farmers who have crop insurance need to make tough decisions regarding their growing season, and deadlines are looming.
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