Protect yourself and employees from carbon monoxide

A two-pronged strategy is needed to prevent and protect against the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. FULL STORY »

FFA launches long-term plan to help eliminate hunger

FFA members from all 50 states will take the first swing Wednesday of a long-term fight to help eliminate global hunger. FULL STORY »

Crop insurance payments may exceed $25 billion

Crop insurance payments for 2012 may well exceed $25 billion, more than double the record high of 2011 of $10.8 billion. FULL STORY »

Reduced demand could ease prices for livestock feed

Now that much of the nation's corn has been harvested and the impact of this year's drought is clear, analysts say demand rather than supply will drive the feed market, and prices could potentially move lower to gauge where buying interests may be. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Let’s solve agriculture’s labor crisis

Agriculture’s shortage of labor is two things: a potentially devastating crisis for our home-grown food supply, and an opportunity to compromise post-election. FULL STORY »

Midwest, Plains still parched

The drought that has plagued the nation’s heartland for nearly six months refuses to ease. In its weekly update, the Drought Monitor reports that 62 percent of the lower 48 states are in moderate or worse drought. FULL STORY »

Americans to face tougher 2013 on rising prices, taxes

U.S. consumers will have to dig deeper into their pockets next year to pay for costlier healthcare, more expensive grocery bills and higher taxes, an extra drag on the country's already slow-moving economy. FULL STORY »

Managing for change

As individuals, we often clearly see those things that we can’t change, paralyzing us from making needed progress. FULL STORY »

Chocolate milk reinstated in Oregon school district

Chocolate milk has returned to cafeterias in one Oregon school district less than a year after officials initially eliminated the popular drink in an effort to comply with federal school lunch regulations. FULL STORY »

Corn, soybean harvest winds down

The end of the 2012 harvest season is quickly nearing for corn and soybean producers. With 87 percent of corn and 80 percent of soybeans already harvested, the fast pace continues, according to the USDA’s latest Crop Progress report. FULL STORY »

Workshop to cover wind farms, solar power, biogas

Ohio State University Extension will host a Nov. 8 Renewable Energy Workshop for those interested in learning how green energy generation could provide added income to farmers. FULL STORY »

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