Gleaners honor citizens, make $7K in donations PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 08 February 2014 10:18
WAYNE - The Portage Center Arbor #725 of the Gleaners met at the Mt. Zion Family Life Center on Jan. 18. This was the organization's seventh Annual Samaritan Dinner where they gave back about $7,000 to different organizations.
Members of the Gleaners look forward to this dinner, where they can learn more about the various non-profit organizations as well as allow those groups to learn more about what the Gleaners do for the community.
The beneficiary for the 2013 check for $750 was given to Honor Flight of Northwest Ohio. The organization's Patriotic Activity donation of $100 was also to be used to help an aid to assist in funding his way on a trip. David Chilson from Honor Flight accepted the checks and talked about what is going on with Honor Flight of Northwest Ohio.
Kroger officer to speak at February's Ag breakfast PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 08 February 2014 09:53
To stay at the top a company has to continually adapt, which often means playing a powerful role in the community, economy and on a social level. Without adapting, companies risk being left behind by competitors.
Mike Thiel, food safety manager, The Kroger Co., will speak on the sustainability strategy for one of the nation's largest grocery chains at the monthly Northwest Ohio Ag-Business Breakfast Forum.
Networking starts at 8 a.m., and the forum begins at 8:30 a.m. at the Agricultural Incubator Foundation, located on Ohio 582 west of Ohio 25.
4-H News: 02-08-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 08 February 2014 09:44
Gold Medal
The Gold Medal 4-H Club will hold an open house Feb. 22 from 2-4 p.m
• Meet members and look through project books
• See examples of completed projects on display
• Club Planning Meeting will begin at 3:30 p.m.
Where: Perrysburg Way Public Library Downstairs      
What:  Have you ever gone to your local county fair? If so, have you ever wondered how kids get their animals and projects into the fair? Well, it's through a program called 4-H. It doesn't have to be animals. It could be fishing, cooking, hunting, sewing, photography, and more! You can make friends through 4-H while doing fun things like going to camp and making milkshakes! Learn leadership skills and gain knowledge that will help you in the future.
Elmwood FFA Greenhands tops in Ohio PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 08 February 2014 09:50
The Elmwood FFA Greenhand Team recently took top honors in the state contest as they ranked first out of a possible 110 teams. In addition the team included the top four individuals among 1,610 competitors.
During this event contestants answered 75 questions on their knowledge of the FFA. Elmwood's Andrew Housholder fared the best overall by ranking first of all individuals in the preliminary round. Right behind in second place was Noah Fouty, followed by Kalli Fisk in third, and Luke Hagemeyer in fourth.  Those four will now travel to Columbus to determine the final ranking of the top five individuals. Each of these individuals will be asked an interview question for this determination.
Rounding out the team was Tiffany Gonyer in 29th, Bryn Parker in 52nd, along with Alex Sweet, Kayla Holbrook, Traci Morlock, Shelby Stock and Kendra Stewart.
New 2014 crop insurance guidelines for cover crops PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 04 February 2014 10:17
SPRINGFIELD, Ill., - The USDA's Risk Management Agency (RMA) recently announced updated guidance providing producers more flexibility when insuring a crop that follows a cover crop in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.
RMA changed federal crop insurance provisions concerning cover crops as a result of increasing interest in this practice.
According to Brian Frieden, director of the risk management agency's Springfield regional office, the changes are a result of a coordinated effort with the Natural Resources Conservation Service and the Farm Service Agency to develop a consistent, simple and flexible policy across the three agencies. "For farmers wanting to insure their spring crop following a cover crop the cover crop must have been planted within the last 12 months and terminated at, or within five days after planting, but before crop emergence," noted Frieden. "Cover crops may also be hayed, grazed or used for silage as long as the planned amount of biomass is available at the time termination." Producers using cover crops are encouraged to discuss these changes with their crop insurance agent when making decisions for the upcoming crop year.
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