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The Organic Farming Conference in Mount Hope featured a variety of topics, including a panel discussion on grain-free dairy farming.

Learn more about the differences between genetic engineering, CRISPR and mutation breeding.

Farmers and growers learned about new ways to be more efficient at this year's Family Farm Field Day.

Through the National Organic Certification Cost-Share Program, $285,000 is available to make certification more affordable for organic producers in Ohio.

Fifth generation farmers, and cousins, Kurk and Nicholas Ziegler, started Lettuce Heads aquaponics farm in 2014 to provide fresh, local produce.

A University of Florida study found consumers are confused about foods labeled organic and nongenetically modified. Some even view them as synonymous.

Ag Central, a New Castle area feed mill, has increased conventional capacity and opened doors for the organic grain market.

The 2016 Certified Organic Survey revealed that U.S. farms produced and sold $7.6 billion in certified organic commodities, up 23 percent.

Researchers from Ohio State University are working with private farmers to test the benefits of soil balancing, and organic farming.

By flattening a cover crop, farmers don’t have to disturb the soil for a new crop. But timing is tricky.
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