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- Ohio farm families honored for conservation efforts
- Working for a more fair CAUV formula
- Be wary of recent attempts to create county charters
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Attended each year by more than 30,000 people, this year's Bob Evans Farm Festival takes place on Friday, October, 9, Saturday, October 10 and Sunday, October 11. The Festival offers a multitude of activities and demonstrations for visitors including farm contests, wagon rides, a pedal tractor pull and a large Arts & Crafts show (more than 100 artisans).
Hawkins says the animals will be cared for at the state's temporary holding facility in Reynoldsburg, until a sanctuary that meets state requirements can be identified.
Beyond exporting goods, U.S. farm businesses could potentially sell equipment or help incorporate better seed and pest management methods. Still, agricultural economists say it’s important to keep things in perspective. Cuba is a nation of about 11 million people.
Will the next egg you crack come from a chicken raised in a roomier barn? Foodies and farmers are in unusual agreement on the answer: If not now, then soon enough. Both say McDonald’s recent decision to transition to “cage free” eggs for its McMuffins and other menu items was a tipping point in the $9 billion egg industry
Stan Smith, program assistant for agriculture and natural resources for The Ohio State University Extension office in Lancaster, said many pumpkin farms have struggled this year from heavy rainfall and disease.