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Huge Potential for 3D Printing In Agriculture

Published Jun. 23, 2015

“Take, for example, a broken part,” he said. With a 3D printer you could digitally scan that part, feed that information to the printer which would produce a replacement on the spot and likely in less time than it would take for a farmer to drive to a supplier and get the part . . .if it were available.

FSA planting dates

Published Jul. 2, 2015

Producers are reminded of the annual acreage reporting requirements that must be met prior to receiving program benefits.

Four accused of aiding slave-labor ring on Ohio egg farms

Published Jul. 6, 2015

A federal indictment unsealed today accuses four people of running or aiding a slave-labor ring that smuggled Guatemalan teenagers as young as 14 into the United States, forcing them to live in horrible conditions and taking the money they made working at central Ohio egg farms. Trillium has not been charged...

Food engineer named World Agriculture Prize laureate

Published Jun. 26, 2015

Singh became recognized for a body of research in areas such as energy conservation, freezing preservation, postharvest technology and mass transfer in food processing. His research on airflow in complex systems helped design innovative systems for the rapid cooling of strawberries

Flower-farm open house touts ‘local,’ sustainable

Published Jun. 29, 2015

“People are sharing what they know so that that information can be taken and be used elsewhere and promote any successful farming practices,” she said.