Ohio Farm Bureau, partners purchase grand champion market barrow

The Grand Champion Market Barrow exhibited by Nick Adams from Mercer County sold for a record $66,000.

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Our Ohio Weekly: The Future of American Farmland

American Farmland Trust Midwest Regional Director Kristopher Reynolds shares what trends are showing us for farmland loss across the country and how Ohio falls into the mix.

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Our Ohio Weekly: Conservation priorities in Ohio

State Resource Conservationist Eric Schwab talks about the priorities NRCS has in the state, and how partners and producers have made a measurable impact.

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Our Ohio Weekly: An Ohio State Fair preview

After two years without a giant slide, sky glide and foods you have never tried, the Ohio State Fair is back! Find out what to do at this year’s event, July 27 – Aug 7.

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Conservation project offers peer-to-peer learning

The Farmer Advocates for Conservation project is training farmers to mentor other farmers in the Maumee River watershed.

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Our Ohio Weekly: A 101 on hunting leases

Leasing property for hunting and similar outdoor recreation has proven for many to be an attractive option when it comes to generating additional revenue for landowners, while also granting greater access to the outdoors.

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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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Farming for good in the middle of the city

Jim Bruner, the self-proclaimed alpha predator of Mezzacello Urban Farms, has carefully planned and executed seven separate ecosystems on less than an acre of land in Olde Towne East.

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Buzz around beekeeping is strong

Bill and Bonnie Stein have used their experience and knowledge to educate and help other beekeepers get started over the years.

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Our Ohio Weekly: Cybersecurity in Agriculture

According to the FBI, ransomware attacks during the busiest seasons against six grain cooperatives during the fall 2021 harvest and two attacks in early 2022 could have a lasting impact by disrupting the supply of seeds and fertilizer.

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