The Ohio Ag Net crew visited the farm of the Schmitmeyer family for the first week of Feeding Farmers in the Field, fall 2016 edition. Corn harvest had just begun on their Mercer County farm south of Celina at the time OAN’s Joel Penhorwood visited with Pat Schmitmeyer about their yield, operation, and more.
On the west end of Equipment Avenue at the 2016 Farm Science Review sits a plethora of impressive farm equipment. In this video, we take a rundown of what all Salford Equipment has on display at this year’s show. Visit them at booth 200 to talk with their experts plus see their machinery in action [...]
Ohio Ag Net’s Dale Minyo visited with John Couch of SISCO at the 2016 Farm Science Review about the McFarlane Incite, a piece of equipment that’s offering a number of in-field advantages, both in the fall and spring. Watch the video below for more information.
What can be learned at harvest to help in making 2017 a success? Denny Wickham with Brodbeck Seeds visits with The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins about what notes to take as harvest ramps up.
Dry weather, stalk quality and pest pressures are just part of a long list of issues that this year’s corn crop has faced throughout Ohio. Bill Mullen, Director of Agronomic Services for Seed Consultants, talks about the importance of evaluating fields before harvesting them.
Many farmers in the Champaign County area are shelling corn amid concerns of stalk quality and all eyes are on the early yield monitor to see what is really out there after a challenging growing season. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins jumped in to run some corn with Mike Adams.
We live in a world that’s ever changing, agriculture included. But some things tend to stay the same down the years. The American farmer is an example of one of those non-wavering ideals. Watch as we take a look back at ”The Farmer” poem written by Dave Boyers and read by Ed Johnson, originally aired on [...]
We live in a changing world and farming is changing with it. Our growing population and a greater environmental awareness means farmers need to produce more food more sustainably from the same amount of land. It’s ultimately technology that will make the difference – and CNH Industrial is at the forefront of this change.
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 [...]
Ashton Frey of Upper Sandusky exhibited the 2016 Ohio State Fair Grand Champion Market Barrow with his light crossbred. Ohio Ag Net’s Dale Minyo spoke with Ashton about the win.