Checkoff-funded researchers in North Carolina look to ancient soybean lines to see what valuable traits may lie inside and benefit today’s soybean growers.
Recently, the Ohio Pork Council hit the streets to talk to folks about antibiotics and added hormones in their pork. See what they had to say
Bill Mullen, Director of Agronomic Services with Seed Consultants, discusses some of the strategies to consider to prepare fields for the 2016 crop.
John Sites from Great Plains Manufacturing goes over the features of Great Plains’ Max Chisel and Turbo Max, as well as the new Turbo Seeder for cover crops.
The heavy Spring rains were taken better in some parts of Ohio than others, all depending on the soil type. Corn fields in Central and Southern Ohio fared well this harvest season, considering the rainfall, but as The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins found, many fields in the Northwest part of the state will have [...]
For some farmers around Ohio, harvest can’t happen soon enough and thoughts are already on a better crop in 2016. In order for that to occur, some trips to the field will need to happen before the 2015 harvest to see if some problems that developed this year can be thwarted next year. Bill Mullen [...]
Jakob Wilson from JCW Farms in Madison County took time to visit with The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins about this year’s early harvest, what caught his eye at Farm Science Review and how he is a Top 4 Finalist in the American Star Ag Placement category at The National FFA Convention later this year.
The research efforts of Ohio agriculture certainly include lab testing, university plot work and data analysis, but every farmer knows that the most dependable crop production research also includes extensive work in real, on-farm fields. Funding from The Ohio Soybean Council makes those efforts happen.
Things get busy in Delaware County in Mid-September, as the county fair begins its festivities. Usually, the way it times out, it is also the start of harvest season for The Skinners at Hardscrabble Farms. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins hopped in the cab with Brian Skinner to talk about the recent Symphony on [...]
On September 11th, the Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins headed to Northeast Ohio and paid a visit to Windy Way Farms in Massillon. That’s where he found 4th generation farmer Ben Klick harvesting soybeans. Find out how early harvest is shaping up in that part of the state and what Klick has learned from his [...]