Monthly Archives: July 2014
A USDA report shows growers of one particular commodity have planted far more acres to it than most people expected.
Summer is upon us and the American Farm Bureau Federation has released its second annual July Fourth Picnic Survey results
It’s getting to be that time of year where our farmers can make a good estimate on crop yields.
Despite a stalemate in Washington, agriculture, manufacturing and other business leaders are more united than ever and on July 9th joined together to deliver...
FARMERS ALL ACROSS THE STATE ARE NOW IN PRETTY GOOD SHAPE WITH THEIR ROW CROPS, SOME CALLING IT THE BEST THEY’VE EVER SEEN FOR...
GROWING UP SHOWING CATTLE HAS BEEN A WAY OF LIFE FOR SEVERAL GENERATIONS FOR THE LEHNERT FAMILY OF LAWRENCE COUNTY.
If you automatically toss all fresh produce straight into the refrigerator, you could be making a big mistake.
MARK AND CINDY KLEPPER OF GREENE COUNTY RECIEVED THE TFBF’S OUTSTANDING YOUNG FARMER & ACHIEVEMENT AWARD DURING THE 45TH ANNUAL YOUNG FARMER SUMMER CONFERENCE.