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Though it is not present in Ohio, poultry owners should still be on high alert for signs of a novel strain of avian influenza capable of completely wiping out entire commercial flocks, exhibition birds and backyard poultry.
He calls it a "Mo Fo Lo Po": more food, low pollution.
Speakers say precision technology improves profitability and, perhaps more importantly, promotes environmental stewardship
â€śLong-term health care costs seem to be growing, and without preplanning, Medicaid often isnâ€™t a good fallback for many farmers due to the wealth tied to land ownership,â€ť said Hall, who is also an assistant professor for OSU Extension.
Corn ending stocks were increased 50 million bushels to 1.827 billion bushels, less than expected. Corn fed to livestock was reduced 50 million bushels. Corn exports were unchanged as expected.