Sunday, October 20, 2019
sheep in field

Farmers are told to share our stories, because the divide between people and where their food comes from is growing by the day. The internet is the quickest way to do that, because most of the people who need to hear our stories don’t live next door. But if we can’t get reliable access, how do we reach them?
dairy cattle

In the past 12 months, 262 farms have ceased milk production in Ohio, and despite better prices, there will likely be more farm exits.
A 4-H booth at the Carroll County Fair about internet access.

Broadband access is quickly becoming a necessity, but students and teachers in some rural areas still struggle to get reliable access.
woman in tractor

Vicki Vance was hired to do office work for J&R Farms. But it wasn't long before she was in the field, planting beans and running the grain cart.
ag encounters

For more than 20 years, Ag Encounter has been teaching Lawrence County fourth-graders about food and fiber from the people who know it best.
Boxelder bugs

Boxelder bugs overwinter in mass, creating a nuisance for homeowners. Learn how to keep them out of your home and deal with them if they get inside.
ohio state dairy judging team

The Ohio State University team took first place at the National Intercollegiate Dairy Judging Contest, breaking a 33-year drought.
surfer

Surfers are making wool surfboards. Why stop there? Plastic revolutionized society, but renewable, natural materials could lead the next wave.
farmer using a drone

Learn how farmpreneurs are leveraging technology and diversification to build successful farm businesses and gain a competitive advantage in the marketplace.
solar panels in a field

Ohio isn't known for its sunny skies, but farmers across the state have been contacted by solar energy developers about leasing land for solar projects.
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