Wednesday, September 28, 2016

4-H news roundup for Sept. 22, 2016.

West Nile Virus confirmed in Ohio horse.

New software can predict the acreage and yield of the U.S. corn crop at county, regional and multi-state scales.

Pioneer brand soybeans will double acreage with the Plenish high oleic trait in Indiana and Ohio for 2017.

James and Rita Kennedy receive Obie Snider Award.

EPA violates the personal privacy of tens of thousands of farmers and ranchers.
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Farm and Dairy offers live coverage from the Molly Caren Agricultural Center.
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The new federal GMO law is still a couple years from taking effect, but experts are already weighing in on how it might affect the food industry.

SALEM, Ohio — The Ohio Supreme Court issued a series of landmark rulings in 14 pending cases Sept. 15. These decisions confirmed that the...

Worker fatalities among workers younger than 16 run higher in agriculture than all non-agricultural industries combined.
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