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The old way was the hard way

April 16, 2010 It was a warm spring day as the team of horses trudged across the field with a single furrow walk-behind plow guided by a hard-working, sweating farmer. more »»

Biotechnology essential to farming

March 25, 2010 When we look around northeastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania, we may not recognize the amount and kinds of agriculture technology used on local farms. more »»

Looking back at the farm

March 5, 2010 Let’s take a look at agricultural history going back to the years of A.D. 800 to about 1300. This information comes from an interesting book, “Climate of Fear,” written by Dr. more »»

Senior News

March 5, 2010 THE TRUMBULL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL RETIREE CLUB will meet for lunch at 11:30 a.m. Monday at Buena Vista Cafe, Warren. At 12:30 p.m. more »»

Activist groups should stay out of Ohio

February 25, 2010 Out-of-state animal activists seem to think they are more intelligent than people in Ohio. That is what the largest animal rights activist group is sayin. more »»

Scientists do a lot for farmers

January 28, 2010 Have you ever gone to the supermarket, looked around and wondered where all those full shelves of food came from? Or how we have all that abundance in this country? Probably not. more »»

The road to today often was icy

January 22, 2010 Roads weren’t cleared and cars weren’t so fast in the ‘good ol’ days. Since shortly after New Year’s Day, we were experiencing what some folks are calling a “good old-fashioned winter. more »»

Helping others in the new year

January 1, 2010 Yes, it is appropriate to wish you a happy New Year on this first day of 2010. more »»

Senior news

January 1, 2010 THE FRIENDS OF THE BRISTOL PUBLIC LIBRARY welcomes everyone to a retirement open house in honor of Mona Saltzmann and Marsha Pierce from 4 to 6 p.m. Thursda. more »»

Advances in farming keep us safe

December 31, 2009 On this last day of 2009, let’s step back and think about where our food actually comes from. more »»

Holiday time or no, life on the farm goes on

December 24, 2009 On this day before Christmas and Christmas Eve, we can feel the special spirit and joy that goes with celebrating the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ, which is what is all about. more »»

Ghosts of Christmas past

December 11, 2009 As we approach the Christmas holiday, do you tend to look back on Christmas as you were growing up? Or when you had a family and they were a big part of this holiday? I find myself... more »»

‘Food or fuel’ is causing a debate

December 10, 2009 We have a real dilemma in this country, and it can impact farmers and consumers right here in Trumbull County and all of Ohio. more »»

Be thankful for food, freedoms

November 26, 2009 What is on the menu at your home on this Thanksgiving Day? Or perhaps you decided to give the chefs of the household a rest and eat at a local restaurant. more »»

Thankful — even if it was in Michigan

November 20, 2009 About two weeks ago, we had a special occasion to travel to that “school up north,”?as former Ohio State University coach Woody Hayes would call the University of Michigan. more »»

Vote for Issue 2 just the beginning

November 12, 2009 A hearty thanks to those who voted for and supported Issue 2 last week. It passed by a large margin with the support of farmers and a large group of consumer. more »»

Are boards out with the wash?

October 30, 2009 Hanging on the wall in our laundry room at home is a tool or appliance that is not used much anymore. It is a simple tool that doesn’t have any gears, wires, batteries or computer chips. more »»

Ohio farmers need a ‘yes’ on Issue 2

October 29, 2009 On Issue 2, a “Yes” vote is recommended and supported by a host of farm and other organizations across the state of Ohio. more »»

Issue 2 stands for common sense

October 15, 2009 If out-of-state animal rights activist groups such as the Humane Society of the United States would get legislation passed that impacts agricultural production, they could cost consumers in the... more »»

Husking peg was essential tool

October 9, 2009 Many years ago, there was a very small farm tool widely used this time of the year, and in some groups it is still a popular little tool. It is called a husking peg or pin. more »»

 
 
 

 

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