In mid-March, farmers representing the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation and the Ohio Corn and Wheat Growers Association traveled to Washington D.C. to talk to policy makers about a number of issues pertaining to agriculture. Topics included trade, immigration, the RFS and GMO labeling.
John Linder, a farmer from Morrow County, Ohio, recently took a trip to Cuba with the U.S. Ag Coalition to take a look at the possibilities for American agriculture products in our neighbor country. Dale Minyo from the Ohio Ag Net sat down with Linder shortly after his return to discuss Linder’s takeaways from the [...]
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Beck’s Hybrids was showcasing their new FARMServer Technology‘s new Management Zone feature at the 2015 Commodity Classic.
Case IH’s booth at Commodity Classic was filled with polished red iron, including the Magnum Rowtrac 380 CVT.
As always, Ohio agriculture is well represented at Commodity Classic. At this year’s event in Phoenix, some farmers took time to visit with Ohio’s Country Journal and The Ohio Ag Net about their planting intentions for 2015, whether they will plant more non-GMO products this year and what decisions they have made regarding Farm Bill [...]
Although these members are well past their FFA prime, they are still quite proud to wear their jackets…no matter how tight they may be!
As always, the Kentucky Expo and Convention Center was filled from wall to wall with iron of all colors and farmers from all over the country traveled to Louisville for the National Farm Machinery Show. Here are some of the display highlights of the event, including tractors, planters, grain wagons, cover crop seeders and more.
Charlie Troxell with Precision Ag Services goes over the many options a precision planter can have at the farmer level.
Now is the time to make sure your planter is ready to roll when the fields are fit. AgriGold’s John Brien discusses issues he sees in the field that are caused by poor planter maintenance.