News & Events

Teachers and students testify about demand for ag educators

Published Sep. 3, 2015

The USDA estimates there will be 60,000 ag job openings annually, and only 35,000 graduates to fill them, said Graham Cochran, interim chairman of Ohio State University’s Department of Ag Communication, Education and Leadership

Ohio State ATI adding online courses

Published Sep. 3, 2015

Through this arrangement, Ohio State ATI will deliver crops and soil courses to NSCC students via the Adobe Connect platform, with students at both institutions taking the same course simultaneously

Ohio Farmers Await FAA Drone Regulations

Published Sep. 3, 2015

New technology waits in the wings for agriculture. Advocates say unmanned aerial systems – commonly known as drones – will boost crop yields and lighten farmers’ workloads. But Ohio farmers are in a holding pattern as they wait for FAA regulations.

Cat Partners with AFBF in Commitment to Agriculture

Published Sep. 3, 2015

“Farm Bureau members can now receive additional discounts on Caterpillar construction products. In addition, we are excited for our Cat dealer network from across the country to work hand in hand with their county and state Farm Bureau’s.”

The Agriculture Bubble Is Bursting : Corn, Pork & Beef Prices Will Sink With It

Published Sep. 3, 2015

Farm Income and Finances Report issued on August 25th has spooked a lot of agriculture industry analysts. I have been making this point for some time; prices of everything from corn, soybeans, wheat, hay, cotton, poultry, pork, beef, farm equipment…and land values will all revert to their long term mean price levels. Investors should be aware of this risk.