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Chow Line: Focus on fruit as summertime treat (7/11/14)

Jul 11, 2014

Chow Line: Focus on fruit as summertime treat (7/11/14)

My kids love having ice cream, especially in the summer. But I want to get them to eat more fresh fruit. Any tips?

Western Agronomy Field Day is July 16

Jul 08, 2014

Western Agronomy Field Day is July 16

SOUTH CHARLESTON, Ohio - Corn and soybean growers in Clark County and other surrounding counties with similar soils and growing conditions are welcome to learn from state specialists about a range of topics designed to help them understand what their crops have gone through this spring.

Hops Production Field Day is July 17

Jul 08, 2014

Hops Production Field Day is July 17

WOOSTER, Ohio -- Interested in hops production? Growers, craft brewers, home brewers and gardeners are welcome to learn about Ohio’s growing beer industry during the Hops Production Field Day on July 17.

Manure Event to Show New Ways to Boost Both Crops and Water Quality

Jul 03, 2014

Manure Event to Show New Ways to Boost Both Crops and Water Quality

WOOSTER, Ohio -- Manure has two shades of green, so to speak. The green of greater farm crop yields. And the green of a cleaner environment.

Chow Line: Eat fruit, veggies for health, not weight (7/3/14)

Jul 03, 2014

Chow Line: Eat fruit, veggies for health, not weight (7/3/14)

I was hoping that eating more fruits and vegetables this summer would help me lose a few pounds, but so far, no luck. Am I missing something?

Grain Storage Project Launched at Farm Science Review

Jul 02, 2014

Grain Storage Project Launched at Farm Science Review

LONDON, Ohio – Grain storage facilities at Ohio State University’s Farm Science Review are undergoing a major facelift, integrating the latest in grain handling technology and design that farmers can take note of at the 2014 show, Sept. 16-18.


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