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Corn harvest in Ohio will happen sooner than later

It seems that over the past few years when it comes to the corn and soybean crops, Ohio has been no stranger to variation. Bill Mullen with Seed Consultants says that variation will also be seen within the field this year and much of it will depend on soil types and hybrid selection. He suggests [...]

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2016 Ohio State Fair Grand Champion Market Lamb

It was an exciting first day of the 2016 Ohio State Fair for Kylee Johnson of Wayne County. Her crossbred lamb was named Grand Champion of the Jr. Market Lamb show. Ohio Ag Net’s Dale Minyo spoke with Johnson on the exciting win. She will visit the Sale of Champions on August 7th.

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Loudenslager toy tractor collection hopes to continue legacy through sale

“A pretty incredible 40-year exercise on his part,” said Doug Loudenslager of his father’s unique collection. “There’s over 6,000 pieces.” Don Loudenslager, who passed away at the age of 80 in 2014, spent the last several decades visiting sales and auctions amassing thousands of toy tractors, trucks, and other items. About 95% of the collection [...]

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Deciding if a Fungicide Application is Needed

To apply fungicide or not to apply fungicide? That is the question many farmers are having to answer. Bill Mullen, Director of Agronomic Services with Seed Consultants gives his advice on whether an application is necessary this year.

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A robot’s touch the answer for Bar-Lee Jerseys

The dairy industry’s constant search for the most cost effective and efficient production options has resulted in some unique technological changes in recent years. Milking a cow with robots, something thought of as near science fiction not long ago, is now being accepted as the way of life on a number of Ohio dairies. Bar-Lee [...]

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