One opening day of the 2017 Fort Wayne Farm Show, the Ohio Ag Net crew took the video camera all around the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum to give those that will be at the show later this week a glimpse into what to expect at this year’s event.
At a recent Seed Consultants Winter Meeting, the largest Ohio-based seed company released results of their study of corn emergence and yield. Mike Earley, Director of Replicated Testing with Seed Consultants gives some details.
At a recent Beck’s Hybrids PFR Insight Meeting, Ohio Team Lead Alex Johnson pointed out some of the findings for corn planting dates, nitrogen rates and fungicide application timing from Beck’s Practical Farm Research trials. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins has more.
The Beck’s Hybrids 2017 Ohio Practical Farm Research Meetings are coming up January 9th through 11th. RSVP at www.BecksHybrids.com
The Andersons Ethanol of Greenville stays busy year round. Oho Ag Net’s Dale Minyo recently spoke with Janelle Brinksneader about the unique business, tools they’re offering to help producers, and the state of the ethanol industry. Learn more at www.andersonsgrain.com.
Ritchie Brothers Auctioneering has a large agricultural, construction, and industrial equipment auction coming up December 7th, 2016 at their South Vienna, Ohio location. Ohio Ag Net’s Dale Minyo and Richard Barrett detail the unique Ritchie Bros auction experience and what all the latest auction has to offer.
The holidays are a time to reflect on years past. In that spirit, we’ve gone through our archives to find a special Thanksgiving piece of AgriCountry with Ed Johnson. We hope you enjoy this look into holiday preparation in 1983 — and from all of us at Ohio Ag Net & Ohio’s Country Journal, Happy [...]
All the soybeans are in the bin and David Niederhuber of Lill Farms in Marion County also wrapped up buckwheat harvest recently. Now, it’s back into the corn fields. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins took a few laps with Niederhuber just outside of Marion to find out more about the 154 year-old farm and [...]
Although many corn yield monitors around Ohio have shown lower than average numbers after a challenging growing season, a few parts of the state are pleasantly surprised with the amount of corn they are taking in this year. Count Preble County farmer Brandon Monebrake among those farmers happy with his 2016 harvest. The Ohio Ag [...]
The wet weather late in the growing season continues to wreak havoc with Ohio’s corn crop, causing issues that range from poor stalk quality to bird damage to ear molds. Bill Mullen, Director of Agronomic Services with Seed Consultants found all three concerns in one Southwest Wayne County field.