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Allowing cover crops to grow longer in the spring and planting crops into them is a strategy that may help no-till farmers deal with wet springs.

Harmony Farms, owned and operated in Wayne County, Ohio, by the Phil Neuenschwander family, hosted the annual Dairy Twilight Tour July 9.

The Farm and Dairy staff investigates how the rain is currently impacting farmers in all sectors and how it will continue to have an impact in the future.

As farms continue to consolidate it becomes increasingly important to assess a farm's management skills.

Controlling where the cattle roam may get a lot easier. Researchers with Ohio State University CFAES will test a virtual fence for livestock this summer.

Farmers who can't plant corn or soybeans this year because of consistently wet fields shouldn’t leave those fields bare.

Farmers can hay, graze or cut cover crops for silage, haylage or baleage on prevented plant acres on or after Sept. 1 and still maintain eligibility for their full 2019 prevented planting indemnity.

Successful farming is not about equipment, or acres or herd size. It's about management. Farm and Dairy Editor Susan Crowell urges farmers get better at what they control: their own management skills.

Crops are in bad shape in the Midwest, and the grain market is trying to decide just how bad. Columnist Marlin Clark shares some insight.

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine and the Ohio Farm Service Agency have made separate requests for U.S. Department of Agriculture disaster designation, in the wake of the wettest 12 months in the state's history.
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