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â€śFinding the Money to Grow Your Businessâ€ť will be presented on Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 3:00 p.m. Eastern. The webinar will focus on how to define your business and revenue model and how to raise capital.
AFBF suggests also that the rule is contrary to two Supreme Court rulings. The group is currently running a "Ditch the Rule" campaign to urge farmers to read the fine print of the proposed rule. EPA is continuing to take public comment on the rule on the Federal Register. WOTUS comments will be accepted until Nov. 14.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced the selection of 43 organizations in Ohio and 26 other states for grants and loans to help create jobs and boost economic development activity in rural areas. The announcement culminates a week in which the department has been highlighting products that are Made In Rural America.
Many traders were concerned that the early rallies were just short covering and that when the funds were done buying their short positions back the market would return to test lows in the market. Why were they concerned by this?
site-specific variables on a farmerâ€™s field such as planting population, the type of seed hybrid planted, soil topography and fertilizer usage, on top of old metrics, provide better indicators to develop a â€śprescriptionâ€ť for farmers to use on their individual crop ground to determine what to grow, how to grow it and when to harvest.
The Ohio antlerless deer permits may not be the bargain they have been in recent years. In fact, they are completely worthless in more than a few counties.
The positive sample was taken from a single buck on a hunting preserve in Millersburg and tested as part of Ohioâ€™s CWD monitoring program for captive white-tailed deer operations.
The first case of chronic wasting disease in Ohio was confirmed Thursday from a single buck on a deer farm in Holmes County.
More than 550 million pounds of corn and soybeans are being rerouted to grain elevators across southeastern Ohio after the August explosion at Coshocton Grain Co. Now, 900 Ohio farmers must find new buyers, some as far as 80 miles from their farms.
Smith and 10 other Land Grant ag economists â€” most of who are AAEA â€śDistinguished Fellowsâ€ť â€” take a hard, unobstructed look at the $100-billion-per-year 2014 law and come away deeply unimpressed.
There is still much to learn about the evolution and management of soybean cyst nematode (SCN). For now, though, one of the best on farm approaches for addressing this potentially costly problem is to sample fields.
For Kiplinger, the newsletter stood out in the company's stable of personal finance brands, but clearly aligns with Farm Journal Media's ag market focus. Effective with the deal, the newsletter will be renamed The Agriculture Letter and current editor Ed Maixner, who will be retiring at the end of this year, will serve as a consultant with Farm Journal Media.
Farm succession does not happen overnight, warns Kirkpatrick. Itâ€™s complicated and has many facets, including transfer of labor, management, skills, assets, debts and income.
ALLIANCE â€” Expertly climbing from the cab of a John Deere silage chopper, 2-year-old Linden Fannin was all business at the Columbiana and Stark County Farm Bureausâ€™ first Farm Frenzy event Oct. 18, held at the Mile Branch Grange in Alliance.
â€śIf we experience a frost or freeze in November or December with late-planted wheat, the crops could see some problems,â€ť she said. â€śBut if the weather holds in November and December, the wheat should be fine.
Weather-related delays caused many growers to choose to let corn dry in the field, but the longer the corn sits, the greater potential it has for yield loss, said Peter Thomison, an Ohio State University Extension agronomist
even though it may look pretty good initially, the grass really may not be so green outside of CAUV. And, if we fail to tread lightly in this political quest for greener grasses, we may just find that the fence is stronger and we canâ€™t get back in to where the grass was pretty green in the first place.
Peterson, 70, a founder of the Blue Dog Coalition of fiscally conservative Democrats, chaired the Agriculture Committee for four years until Republicans took control of the House in 2011. He worked closely with its Republican chairman, Frank Lucas of Oklahoma, to shape the 2014 farm bill and nail down votes from both parties to get it approved.
TMK Bakersville, which has owned its own drone for about a year, is at the forefront of drone use in the area. Agronomists, or plant and soil scientists who study how to improve growing crops, at the County Road 97 site near Newcomerstown have been using a drone for field scouting for no charge at farms in Coshocton, Muskingum and Tuscarawas counties.
Agricultural data are valuable for analysis, and thanks to the Census of Agriculture and other surveys, NASS has plenty of data available. As a cartographer, however, I obviously prefer to present the data in map form. A map gives anyone a chance to visualize data for multiple geographic areas as a cohesive image, providing a graphic overview of the agricultural phenomena
â€śThe worst place in the world to sign anything is on the hood of your pickup truck,â€ť said Arnold.
A new book, Depolarizing Food and Agriculture: An Economic Approach, takes a look at the origins, validity, consequences, and potential resolution of the different and often opposing stances taken by groups involved in the food business.
a new guide developed by agronomists from Ohio State Universityâ€™s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences is available to help growers check their cropsâ€™ development. The 2014 Corn, Soybean, Wheat and Alfalfa Field Guide is now available for $12.50 and can be purchased through the Ohio State University Extension eStore or ordered from OSU Extension county offices.
The U.S. Department of Agricultureâ€™s National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) now offers the Ag Census Web Maps application, a dynamic online tool that gives users rapid access to Census of Agriculture maps and data about crops and plants, livestock and animals, economics, farms and operators in more than 3,000 counties across the U.S.
No till farming shows promise in dry regions but causes lower yields in cold, moist areas