Thursday, November 15, 2018
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We often look at employee costs as a way to trim expenses, but good employees are what really make a positive bottom line possible.

Grain merchandiser Marlin Clark says only the strong seasonal trend of corn especially to rally after harvest gives us hope for better grain prices.

Just when you think farm life is going smoothly, those Flying Monkeys will come out of nowhere. Editor Susan Crowell shares farm insight from The Wizard of Oz.

Problems in Kansas planting their hard red winter wheat is supporting both the Kansas City and Chicago wheat markets.

A Holstein calf sired by ABS Achiever-ET and consigned by Matthew Steiner, Marshallville, Ohio, topped the Ohio Holstein Fall Elite Sale, bringing a bid of $17,250.

If tile lines are checked, maintained and repaired correctly, they will last their life expectancy or longer. Check out these maintenance tips.

Randy and Koral Clum, who own a certified tree farm in Harrison County, Ohio, have been named the 2018 National Outstanding Tree Farmer of the Year.

The Building Regional Food Hubs Conference will host Ohio food leaders to discuss the challenges and opportunities for producers in food hub models.

What do you need to do before selling farm products at restaurants and grocery stores? Here's all the information you need to enter retail markets.

The only new money in the beef industry is in consumers’ pockets. When they demand more premium quality beef and producers adapt to provide it.
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