Get a recap of 2021 and an outlook for 2022 from an agricultural perspective with an economist, an agronomist and an agribusiness leader.Read More
The first part of a new year is always a great time to reflect on the past 12 months and set goals for the next 12. What went right, what went wrong and what did we learn? On this Our Ohio Weekly, we ask those questions from an agricultural perspective and get the answers from an economist, an agronomist and an agribusiness leader.
00:00 – Dr. Roger Cryan, American Farm Bureau’s chief economist, Chris Henney, president and CEO of the Ohio AgriBusiness Association and John Brien, Eastern agronomy manager for AgriGold talk about the good and the bad from 2021 and take a look at 2022.
23:50 – On this “To the Beat of Agriculture,” hear from Austin Troyer, a driven, first-generation livestock farmer and learn about how his unique plot of land influenced him to switch from cattle to sheep.
32:20 – Dr. Jay Martin, professor of ecological engineering, Department of Food, Agricultural & Biological Engineering at The Ohio State University talks about a couple innovative projects in the Western Lake Erie Basin dealing with nutrient runoff and conservation practice adoption.
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Farmers are encouraged to think about some of the items they will most likely need over the harvest season and get those orders in as soon as possible.Read More
One of the world’s largest meatpackers recently announced it had been hit by a cyber-attack.Read More
From the food supply chain to rural broadband, regulatory reform to energy solutions, there is a lot on the plate…Read More
Meat processing facilities are beginning to pop up around Ohio as entrepreneurs have seen an opportunity to fill a need in their communities.Read More
Ohio Farm Bureau is calling on policymakers to work with us to implement an agenda to help revitalize Ohio agriculture and its rural communities.Read More
Bills related to water quality and drainage petition regulations passed at the state level. Beneficial funding was included in the federal COVID relief bill.Read More
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