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Joel Salatin shares Polyface values at the Family Farm Field Day held at Wholesome Valley Farm in Wilmot, Ohio, July 16, 2016

Joel Salatin shares Polyface values at the Family Farm Field Day held at Wholesome Valley Farm in Wilmot, Ohio, July 2016

Family and farming are the backbone of Sterling Heights Dairy, host for this year’s Dairy Twilight Tour, held July 14. — July 22, 2015

Family and farming are the backbone of Sterling Heights Dairy, host for this year’s Dairy Twilight Tour, held July — July 2015

At the Ohio Produce Growers and Marketers Association's annual conference, University of Florida professor and food science expert Keith Schneider told growers to "keep calm and get prepared" for new federal produce safety rules. #OPGMA  Posted Jan. 22, 2015

At the Ohio Produce Growers and Marketers Association's annual conference, University of Florida professor and food science expert Keith Schneider told growers to "keep calm and get prepared" for new federal produce safety rules.

Three years ago, the first Ohio hops conference was held with just a handful of producers in attendance. There were roughly 10 hop farms, 15 acres in hop production and 50 craft brewers in the state. Today, Ohio boasts about 120 farms and 200 acres in hop production and 220 craft brewers. — March 1, 2016

The Ohio Hops and Malting Barley Conference attracted over interested producers to the OARDC to learn more about the growing hop industry in Ohio.

Around 1,200 producers and vendors attended the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) conference, Feb. 13-14, which is billed as the largest gathering of organic and sustainable farming enthusiasts in Ohio. — Feb. 15, 2016

Around producers and vendors attended the Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA) conference, Feb. which is billed as the largest gathering of organic and sustainable farming enthusiasts in Ohio.

Ohio farmers are encouraged to practice "no-till" farming. Today's farmers are not farming as good of soil as their grandparents did, because of all the tillage and over-tillage during the past several decades. This has resulted in fewer earthworms and more soil bacteria, which affects the soil structure and the ability of soil particles to hold together.

Ohio farmers encouraged to practice 'quality' no-till - Farm and Dairy

Maple syrup producers who attended Maple Days, Jan. 22, in Fredericksburg, Ohio, learned how to enhance their maple syrup production, new products to consider making and the importance of marketing that finished product. — Jan. 26, 2016

Maple syrup producers who attended Maple Days, Jan. in Fredericksburg, Ohio, learned how to enhance their maple syrup production, new products to consider making and the importance of marketing that finished product.

Ohio lawmakers to hear plans for water quality bond issue — Oct. 20, 2015

Ohio lawmakers to hear plans for water quality bond issue — Oct.

Ohio State Fair remembers Voinovich, sells champions — Aug. 8, 2016

Ohio State Fair remembers Voinovich, sells champions - Farm and Dairy

Farm and Dairy's top stories from the week May 3 to May 9, 2015. — May 11, 2015

Farm and Dairy's top stories from the week May 3 to May — May 2015

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