Farm Briefs: 03-15-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 15 March 2014 08:14
Webinar on Farm Bill
A Webinar program focused on the 2014 Farm Bill taught by Dr Carl Zulauf, Ohio State University Extension Economist, will be held Friday starting at 8 a.m.
The webinar is free and no registration is required.
Log in and test a system starting 24 hours prior to the webinar at The webinar address will be the same on Friday.
Participants will have the opportunity to type in questions in the chat box.
Regulations have not been written, so this will be a general overview and the specifics of the decision between PLC (with or without SCO) and ARC is not available yet. Further webinars will be held as the details become available.
'4R' program finalized, launched on Tuesday PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 15 March 2014 08:13
PERRYSBURG - On Tuesday, the 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification Program will be introduced to agricultural retailers, service providers and other certified professionals in the Western Lake Erie Basin to adopt proven best practices through the 4Rs, which refers to using the Right Nutrient Source at the Right Rate and Right Time in the Right Place.
Many local growers have already adopted the practices touted in this program, having been part of the testing process, they have used the core concepts for some time.
The launch event will be held at the Holiday Inn French Quarter 10630 Fremont Pike, Perrysburg, in Perrysburg, and will include a background and overview of the program, an agriculture industry panel and remarks from those involved in the tri-state area.
Census data shows continued growth in Ohio ag industry PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 11 March 2014 08:52
REYNOLDSBURG,   - Ohio's thriving agriculture industry is seeing continued growth, based on preliminary results of the 2012 Census of Agriculture released recently by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). In several cases, Ohio's growth significantly outpaced the nation, highlighting the strength of the state's agricultural producers.
"The preliminary data shows what we have known for years: Ohio's $105 billion food and agriculture industry is built upon a strong and thriving agricultural production base. Our farmers are the backbone of our state's economic growth and this data shows us they are working harder than ever to provide our state with a safe, wholesome and abundant food supply," said Ohio Agriculture Director David T. Daniels.
Among the most notable results in the preliminary data is the increase in the market value of crops and livestock sold since the census was last completed in 2007.  While market value numbers increased 32.78 percent nationally, the value of Ohio crops and livestock increased 42.28 percent.  This is primarily due to a sharp increase in crop values, which increased in Ohio by 60.54 percent but only 47.85 percent nationally.  Ohio is ranked 13th nationally with a total value of crop and livestock sales just over $10 billion in 2012.
4-H club news (3-11-14) PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 11 March 2014 08:52
Leaders of Tomorrow

The Leaders of Tomorrow 4-H Club held its second meeting of the year on Sunday.
Members discussed getting club T-shirts. If anyone is interested in buying one to help support the club, they are $10 and can be obtained by contacting Taylor DeSmith at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . Members also discussed planting a garden as a new venture this year. The plan is to plant a variety of vegetables.
Officer elections were held with the new president being Taylor DeSmith; vice president is Madalyn Fletcher; secretary is Morgan DeSmith; treasurer is Zach Tussing with Jacob DeSmith as the news reporter. Health and Safety are led by Brian Tussing and Chris Brickner, The club photographer is Lauren Strow, and the gardener is Ben Wilhelm.
To end the meeting members made St. Patrick's Day cards for the Bowling Green Senior Center.
Elmwood FFA members advance toward degrees PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 08 March 2014 09:21
The Elmwood FFA recently participated in the Regional FFA Evaluation at Bowling Green High School. Six of the chapter's officers and assistant officers entered their respective officer books where they were ranked against other books from throughout Northwest Ohio.
The chapter's secretary's book entered by Secretary Taylor Barndt and Assistant Secretary Makayla Mohre scored a perfect score of 100 points and ranked first in the district out of 16 entries.
Another officer book entered was the treasurer's book. This entry found Treasurer Morgan Huff and Assistant Treasurer Marisa Ayala also receiving a perfect score of 100 points and ranking first out of 15 in District 1. Their book included a monthly record of receipts and disbursements, individual members records, a record of all chapter special projects, and a budget and inventory record.
The third officer book entered by the chapter was the reporter's scrapbook and it too, received a perfect 99.99 points. This meant that Reporter Meagan Wise and Assistant Reporter Ashley Veryser ranked first out of 17 District 1 reporters. The scrapbook included copies of all chapter news articles and pictures, copies of chapter newsletters, and snapshots of chapter activities with captions.
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