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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.
His father was working alone when he apparently went into the grain bin because the corn had stopped flowing. Although it's not clear exactly what happened, Beck suspects a hollow space had formed under the top crust, an effect known as bridging.
Land-owners should ask themselves numerous questions before signing an easement to allow an oil or natural-gas pipeline to be built across their property, a representative of the Ohio Farm Bureau said Monday.
Among those questions are these: What is the type and purpose of the pipeline? What is its diameter? And what is its distance?
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.
â€śThe changing market conditions will likely spur shifts in farmland values, rental rates, balance sheets and the competitive landscape,â€ť said Leonard Sahling, director of CoBankâ€™s Knowledge Exchange division.