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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s plan to tighten ozone regulations has come under the scrutiny of small business and manufacturing groups who say it is a federal overreach that will hurt Ohio’s economy.
The Ohio House Agriculture and Rural Development Committee heard testimony in Wooster Wednesday at the Ohio State University Agricultural Technical Institute. Organizations appearing before the committee included Ohio State, Wilmington College, Anthony Wayne High School, the Ohio Soybean Council, and the Ohio Ecological and Farm Association.
It’s a new world where privacy and profits collide. And the rules and regulations regarding who has access to data, how it’s stored, for what purposes it’s used, and when and with whom it can be shared simply aren’t keeping up with the technology.
There is a lot of uncertainty about what the "too many shades of green" U.S. corn and soybean crops will yield, but Iowa State University Extension economist Chad Hart said it doesn't really matter.
Samuelson, a legendary longtime farm broadcaster, told a large group of Bayer Museum of Agriculture supporters that animal-rights activists and opponents of genetically modified organisms are a threat to the farming world.
Deere expects its fiscal 2015 net sales to decline 21%, compared to its previous guidance of a 19% decline.
The goal of the three-day event is to give staffers a better understanding of how farmers and agricultural businesses are faring — and how they are affected by decisions made in Washington. It’s something that’s become increasingly important, with food gaining more attention on the national landscape