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Reader: Options are available for preserving farms
A Farm and Dairy reader provides information to preserve Butternut Farm, in North Eaton that has been put up for auction.
Reader: Utica shale brought opportunity
A reader shares the story of Austin Lakes RV Park and Cabins, which benefitted from the natural gas and oil industry in Ohio.
Reader: Support country of origin labeling for beef
Reader calls cattle producers to take notice of upcoming legislation that could impact the industry.
Reader agrees with Conner letter
A reader applauds the letter from Marge Conner in the Feb. 4 issue of Farm and Dairy regarding the treatment of protestors in the Capitol riots.
Letter: Farmer supports President Trump
Retired, 84-years-young dairy farmer supports President Trump all the way.
Letter: Legislators seem removed from agriculture
One reader shares his opinion that legislators have no idea or maybe don't care about agriculture and how it affects this country and the economy.
Letter: Farmers, think twice before putting all your eggs in one...
The farming landscape is always evolving. One reader shares his thoughts on these changes and offers insight on making it to the next generation.
Letter: Fats, like that in whole milk, are good for you
Letter writer says the dietary guidelines are incorrect, and that food with some fat in it is good for you, citing author Nina Teicholz.
Dairymen need emergency $20/hundredweight price floor
Pa. dairyman says dairy farmers need an emergency $20 per hundredweight floor price under all milk used to manufacture dairy products, and a long-term remedy for the industry's survival.