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Ohio’s Country Journal & Ohio Ag Net Podcast | Ep. 230 | Ohio Farm Bureau Annual Meeting Preview

Ty Higgins joins us (and maybe helps us along) in this weeks episode of the podcast presented by AgriGold. He’s here to talk about the upcoming Ohio Farm Bureau Annual Meeting this week. Dusty has updates from the Grain Farmers Symposium from both Jay Truitt and Ben Brown. All of that and more in the podcast presented by AgriGold.… Continue reading

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Ohio’s Country Journal & Ohio Ag Net Podcast | Ep. 228 | Slug Huntin’

Jim Hoorman of Hoorman Soil Health Services joins the podcast to talk about all things soil health including slugs and how to eradicate them. Plus, Dusty has an update with Steve Culman on Fertilizer price mitigation. Dale sends back updates from the National Assocaition of Farm Broadcasting Trade Talk from Nutrien and BASF. All of that and more thanks to AgriGold!… Continue reading

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NAFB Trade Talk

Dale is in Kansas City, MO at the National Association of Farm Broadcasting Convention. He is visiting with several groups that also attend the event.

Joe Short
Joe Short, Herbicide Marketing Team Manager, Valent
Clint Chaffer
Clint Chaffer, Asgrow
Clint Chaffer on Corn Traits
Brian Green
Brian Green, Technical Agronomist, Dekalb Asgrow
Scott Walker
Scott Walker, Corn Product Marketing Manager, Pioneer
Matt Goddard
Matt Goddard, Technology Development Manager, XtendFlex Soybeans
Galynn Beer
Galynn Beer, Senior Sales Manager, AgroLiquid
John Linder
John Linder, President, National Corn Growers Association
Travis Coffman, Bayer, Corn Traits Manager
Robbie Upton
Robbie Upton, BASF, Crop Protection
Doug Little
Doug Little, BASF, Soybean Seed Marketing Manager
Mike Steenhook, Executive Director, Soy Transportation Coalition
Doug Sibbitt, Marketing Manager, Nutrien Ag Solutions
Deane Jorgensen, Syngenta
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Harvest is winding down in Ohio

Bill Daugherty

Things were going well until last Friday. My son was running corn and heard a thud. We came to find out that the final drive came apart on one side of the combine. We were in a panic mode and with all the nice weather we had we ended up driving to Indiana to get a new final drive.

We hated to lose a couple of nice days. We contacted our neighbors and they were gracious enough to help us on some beans. We have just 10 acres of hill ground of beans to finish up and beans will be complete.

We did high moisture corn last week. We feel good about what we got in. Obviously Thanksgiving is always the goal, but if we don’t get done by Thanksgiving hopefully we’ll be done in early December, depending on Mother Nature. We ran a bottom over by Killbuck Creek and still had some water laying in some of the swales.… Continue reading

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