Addison Jones and Montana Hulsmeyer, each of Allen County, respectively took Grand and Reserve Champion Jr. Market Beef at the 2017 Ohio State Fair. Dale Minyo and Ty Higgins talked with both champions immediately after their show.… Continue readingRead More »
Junior Market Barrow results
Grand Champion: Ava Genter, Archbold
Reserve: Aaron Rolfe, Sabina
Grand Champion: Lillian Rees, Bidwell
Reserve: Alexa Hawk, Harrod
Grand Champion: Matthew Butterfield, Oxford
Reserve: Mason Creager, Wauseon
Grand Champion: Coby Hughes, Sabina
Reserve: Gracee Beth Stewart, Sabina
Grand Champion: Mason Creager, Wauseon
Reserve: Austin Hunker, Bellevue
Grand Champion: Cameron Shellhouse, Sycamore
Reserve: Jennifer Bittner, Hamilton
Grand Champion: Peyton Bumgardner, South Vienna
Reserve: Madelyn Harrison, Hamilton
Grand Champion: Ella Sprang, Lakeville
Reserve: Lea Kimley, South Charleston
Grand Champion: Treanna Lavy, Pleasant Hill
Reserve: Ethan Wendt, Dublin
Grand Champion: Lindsey Dore, Galena
Reserve: Kaci Way, West Salem
Grand Champion: Liam Shellhouse, Sycamore
Reserve: Ashton Frey, Upper Sandusky
Grand Champion: Levi Stauffer, Mt. Blanchard
Reserve: Madison Petro, Gallipolis
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Some parts of Ohio, like the Lewistown area in Logan County, have received upwards of 30 inches of rain so far this growing season. That has pushed fieldwork back by 2 to 3 weeks for Adam Kipker and Triple K Farms. A new toolbar is making things a little easier on the farm when it comes to mid-summer soybean and corn applications. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins found out all about in this new Cab Cam, brought to you by Fennig Equipment.… Continue readingRead More »
For Account Manager Andy Lang’s territory of north central and northwest Ohio, corn planting dates ranged from April to June. In fact, almost 30% of the corn crop was planted in June. For this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report, Lang talks about what he is talking with growers about as they talk a look at those later planted fields that are nearing the critical pollination stage. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins has more.… Continue readingRead More »
Check back daily for photos and results from the 2017 Ohio State Fair Draft Horse show.
Monday, July 31, 2017
Afternoon Show Photos
Evening Show Photos
Official Results from Monday’s Show
Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017
Official Results from Tuesday’s Show
Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2017
Official Results from Wednesday’s Show
Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017
Official Results from Thursday and Friday Shows
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For the 20th edition of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, brought to you by AgriGold, Ty Higgins, Joel Penhorwood and Bart Johnson visit about the first case of southern rust detected in Ohio this summer.
As the Ohio State Fair Sale of Champions celebrates 50 years, some of the greatest stories about the sale aren’t told nearly as often as they should be. Matt Reese wrote one of those classic stories down and Ty Higgins narrates it.
And much needed changes are possibly coming for the dairy industry in the 2018 Farm Bill. Senator Sherrod Brown talks about some of the adjustments that need to be made to the Margin Protection Program (MPP) in order to make it a viable safety net program.
The Ohio State Fair is a little more than a week away from kicking off its 2017 run. Concluding this year’s fair is the 50th Sale of Champions, held August 6 at 2 p.m. at the Celeste Center.
Together with the Ohio Expo Center, we dug through our archives and found pieces of the rich history of the unique event down the years. Its tradition of being filled with lively individuals interested in the future of young people continues today.
This video sees appearances by the late Ed Johnson, Bob Evans, auctioneer Merlin Woodruff, and Governor James Rhodes. We also spoke with current SOC auctioneer Johnny Regula as well as Ohio State Fair General Manager Virgil Strickler on the sale, its history, and its benefit to agriculture’s youth.… Continue readingRead More »
This time of year, farmers around Ohio are making decisions about applying fungicides and insecticides during a critical part of the corn and soybean growing seasons. For this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report, Account Manager Chasitie Euler tells Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins that some growers in her area of northwest Ohio are making for creative decisions to make sure they are putting their money in the right places.… Continue readingRead More »
Ohio corn and soybean fields just can’t seem to catch a break from the late spring and early summer rains. Matt Hutcheson, Product Manager with Seed Consultants says that while parts of the field may have been washed out, there is still potential out there for positive yield numbers.… Continue readingRead More »
Matt Reese hosts the 19th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, courtesy of AgriGold. He and Joel Penhorwood talk the hot weather as of late and the county fair season currently underway among many other topics.
Dale Minyo has been out and about and recently caught up with State Veterinarian Tony Forshey alongside Bryan Humphreys, executive vice-president of the Ohio Pork Council. The two spoke on the recent influx of Swine Flu at county fairs and ways the public can stay safe from that. Dale was also joined by AgriGold’s Dan Maxson on the crop and an upcoming visit from corn yield champion Randy Dowdy.
We hear from Ty Higgins after he recently visited the Ohio Corn and Wheat Growers’ Feed the World program. The initiative looks to give school teachers the resources and knowledge they need to teach agricultural-related lessons in the classroom.
The continuous wet weather has made hay production this year tough.… Continue readingRead More »
It is no surprise that, after a very mild winter, insects are becoming a big concern for Ohio growers. In this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report, Field Agronomist Ryan Terry talks about what insects are causing damage early and what can be done to protect the crop. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins has more.… Continue readingRead More »
Episode 18 of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast one of mixed emotions as we bring news of great gains at the Clinton County Fair through a unique program that allowed troubled youth to learn responsibility by raising and caring for a swine project. Ty Higgins is joined by Chad Mason to talk that unique program. The crew brings it back to the roundtable to also discuss the troubling news of swine flu at the same fair.
Many farmers have been looking at the growing puddles on their land wondering when the rains are going to take a break. Joel Penhorwood speaks with Ed Vallee of BAMWX.com on the history, outlook, and challenges posed by this year’s wet times.
Matt Reese continues the dicamba conversation as he speaks with Ohio State Extension’s Mark Loux on the herbicide that’s raising eyebrows across the country.
All that and much more in this week’s podcast.… Continue readingRead More »
Some parts of Ohio have been hit hard by large amounts of rainfall over the growing season, with some corn and soybean fields receiving inches of rain in the double-digits in July along. When might growers notice the effects that these recent rains have had on crops and what issues may pop up in the aftermath. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins finds out in this visit with Brodbeck Seeds Regional Agronomist Denny Wickham.… Continue readingRead More »
The first half of July has left many farmers with very soggy, flooded fields and struggling crops all around the state of Ohio. It seems there was ample moisture pretty much everywhere in Ohio in the last couple of weeks in what has been a very wet start to the month.
“What’s going on right now is obviously we’ve seen an incredible amount of rainfall across a lot of Ohio and that’s thanks to a very slow moving frontal boundary moving through a lot of the Ohio valley right now,” said Ed Vallee, meteorologist with BAMWX.com. “For a normal seven-day period here across the state of Ohio, typically we only see about an inch to maybe an inch and a quarter in any given week during the middle of July. During this very wet stretch a lot of places have seen that just last night. As we move through the seven-day period, a lot of areas have seen two to six inches of rain.… Continue readingRead More »
With tight margins, some farmers may choose to forgo a fungicide application on this year’s crop. But that decision shouldn’t be made with scouting your fields first. In this week’s DuPont Pioneer Field Report, Account Manager Troy Putnam talks about what to look for this time of year to see if corn and soybean fields need some addition disease management. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins has more.… Continue readingRead More »
At a recent Grow More Experience Field Day just outside of Marysville, Syngenta hosted growers and retailers to take a look at some test plots that focus on weed pressures, insect infestations and disease issues. The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins visited with Syngenta’s Retail Sales Representative for Southern Ohio, Jeff Heimerl, about how important fungicides will be after a rainy and humid start to summer.… Continue readingRead More »