Bovine genetics no bull at Select Sires

Based in Plain City, Select Sires’s goal is to provide the very best genetics with the highest possible on-farm fertility to increase farmers’ profitability.

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Vets-to-be flourish at Findlay

University of Findlay encourages students to become large-animal veterinarians or, at the very least, mixed-practice veterinarians.

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Restaurants swimming against current of rising costs, labor shortages

Dan Young, CEO and chief ice cream dipper for Young’s Jersey Dairy in Yellow Springs, Ohio talks about how his business has survived and his outlook on the future.

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Farmers look to the sky over a shifting climate

The use of drones on farms may be in its infancy, but it is expanding as climate change makes growing seasons more unpredictable.

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Dellifield is first ‘Y’ Prize recipient

As the granddaughter of a Hardin County farmer, Jami Dellifield knew that agriculture didn’t easily make room for mental health…

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Women in top national leadership roles a natural fit

Two Ohio women have taken leadership roles in national agriculture organizations: Susan Shultz and Kelly Harsh.

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An investment in biologics, science and farmers

Biologics could play a role as farmers try to reduce runoff pollution and their carbon footprint.

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Broadband program signed into law

The bill allocates $20 million this year for broadband and establishes the Ohio Residential Broadband Expansion Program.

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Struggle is real for family with limited rural broadband service

The yearlong pandemic has starkly demonstrated the desperate need to expand rural access to broadband in Ohio.

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Keeping the bread rising in northeast Ohio

Ohio Farm Bureau Health Benefits Plan availability, affordability gives Corina Gaffney one less thing to worry about during a year where her business has been turned upside down by COVID-19.

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