4-H News: 03-22-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 22 March 2014 08:06
Tontogany Four Leaf Clovers
The Tontogany Four Leaf Clovers 4-H Club elected its officers on Sunday. Members of the group that were elected were Lucy Pullins, president; Nicholas McBride, vice-president; Amelia Pullins, secretary: Jannell Moser, treasurer; and Gwen Landry, news reporter. The health and safety leaders will be AJ Thomas and Ian Kress; the recreational leader is Adam Canterbury: and photographer, Kelly McBride.
Members handed in their enrollment cards and 4-H camp scholarship forms. They will receive project books, and go over judge times at the next meeting. Members have until April 15 to change their projects.
The club went over camps that members can participate in. The club members need to bring in their payment for their project books at next meeting to receive project books. Members decided there are also no dues this year, but all project books will be paid by the members.
The members went over the dress code for judging that they have to wear a collar shirt with dress pants and no T-shirts, jeans or shorts are allowed for judging. The club would like to thank the Tontogany Legion Hall for helping raise $288.
4-H News: 03-19-14 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 19 March 2014 10:33
Klassy Kids
Klassy Kids 4-H Club met at McDonald's on March 9. Members had a short meeting to turn in enrollment form and everyone did that. It is planned that "Join Hands Day" will be held May 3.
The next scheduled meeting is at 4 p.m. March 23 at the North Baltimore McDonald's.

Lucky Charms
The Lucky Charms 4-H Club met March 9 at St. Mark's Lutheran Church.
March is Frozen Food Month! In honor of this little know holiday, members responded with their favorite frozen food for roll call. Frozen strawberries and bananas were common favorites.
For her Health and Safety report, Analisa Bihary passed out "Wellness Charts," and explained how they can be used to track overall health.
Members discussed 4-H Quilt Day, and committee.
Strong demand to rent farmland continues PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 19 March 2014 10:32
Farm profits remained strong in 2013, keeping the demand for land leases steady, according to Farmers National Company, the nation's leading farm and ranch real estate company in the country. Despite lower commodity prices and decreased gross incomes, farm profitability remains good due in part to a 30 percent drop in fertilizer prices since 2012 and carryover grain sales from the previous crop year.
"Demand for high quality property is keeping both land values and rental rates strong," said David Englund, AFM, executive vice president of farm and ranch management of Farmers National Company. "Overall, lease rates are higher on quality land if the land was rented below market in 2013, but rates across the board are mostly level. Fertilizer costs are expected to drop further in 2014, which will help farmers remain profitable."
The desire of farm owners to expand existing operations is leading to highly aggressive sales activity and keeping the demand for farmland strong. In addition, there has been a trend of young people coming back to family farm operations prompting additional demand for land.
4R Nutrient program launched Tues. PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 19 March 2014 10:32
PERRYSBURG - More than 250 agricultural retailers and stakeholders from the Ohio, Indiana and Michigan agriculture communities attended the launch of the 4R Nutrient Stewardship Certification program Tuesday in Perrysburg, Ohio. The voluntary program is geared toward the long-term improvement of Lake Erie's water quality by applying the 4R principles.
The 4R approach - using the Right Nutrient Source at the Right Rate and Right Time in the Right Place - serves as the guideline for the new certification program, which will be administered in the tri-state area by the Ohio AgriBusiness Association on behalf of the Nutrient Stewardship Council.
"The program has several features that will make it very effective in reducing the problems with algae blooms in Lake Erie," said Bill Stanley, assistant director of The Nature Conservancy in Ohio and a member of the Nutrient Stewardship Advisory Committee.  "Most important are a set of scientifically rigorous standards developed with industry and academic involvement, as well as independent, third-party audits to ensure that those standards are followed."
Haskins 4-H Clover Crew donates 350 glasses to Lions PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 19 March 2014 10:31
The Haskins 4-H Clover Crew donated 350 pair of used eyeglasses to the Bowling Green Evening Lions Club for recycling. This 4-H Club has been collecting glasses for the Lions for three years.
Lions of Ohio collects, cleans, classify and packages thousands of used eyeglasses each year for use by volunteer optometric mission teams (VOSH-Ohio to third-world countries where eye care is inaccessible and unaffordable. This donation will help supply these teams with their needed 100,000 glasses a year.
The BG Lions acknowledged 4-H Leader Julie Wenig and all the members of Clover Crew for their public service.
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