Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Small family farms still big business in Ohio

*This story first appeared in The Budget's June 13, 2018, Local Edition. By Beverly Keller The Budget Ohio puts bread on the table and the butter and...

Pork producers, dairy farmers watchful of trade conflict

*This story first appeared in The Budget's July 4, 2018, Local Edition. If the world tariff conflict continues to escalate, Ohio’s pork and dairy producers...

Ten candles on Tuscarawas Valley Farmers Market cake

*This story first appeared in The Budget's July 18, 2018, Local Edition. By Stacey Carmany The Budget Open for four hours each Wednesday afternoon from June through...

District III holds Holstein Show at Dover

*This story first appeared in The Budget's July 4, 2018, Local Edition. By Barb Lumley Special to The Budget “Anyone watching here today would certainly like to...

Manure Science Review set for July 25

*This story first appeared in The Budget's July 11, 2018, Local Edition. There are safe, research-tested, beneficial ways to use manure on farm fields —...

IN PHOTOS: Holmes County Fair 2018

Enjoy some images from last week's Holmes County Fair. For winners, pick up this week's edition of The Budget.

Low milk prices sending dairy farmers to pasture

*This story first appeared in The Budget's April 28, 2018, Local Edition Nervous about the dramatic drop in milk prices, Ohio’s dairy farmers are leaving...

District 7 Holstein Show held in Wooster

*This story first appeared in The Budget's July 18, 2018, Local Edition. The District 7 Holstein Show was held on July 9 at the Wayne...

Program works to develop future leaders in Tuscarawas County

By Beverly Keller The Budget The need for an organization to help develop future leaders at the student level was front and center for Cindy Lattner,...

Doughty Valley Steam Days 2018

If you missed the power of Doughty Valley Steam Days and the awe of the Sparks Show, you're in luck. The Budget's own Bev...

Coshocton to host Sunflower Festival

Coshocton KOA and McPeek’s Mighty Maze are buttoning up plans for the first Sunflower Festival. Visitors to the festival will get to explore...

Study finds happy cows mean better meat

*This story first appeared in The Budget's June 27, 2018, Local Edition. If you’ re around cows much, you probably know this: Cows move infinitely...

Early corn coloration – green, purple or yellow?

*This story first appeared in The Budget's June 13, 2018, Local Edition. Corn seedlings often turn yellow (due to low nitrogen uptake and/or limited chlorophyll...

Soybean tariff could mean 59 percent loss for farmers

*This story first appeared in The Budget's June 20, 2018, Local Edition. An Ohio farmer could lose more than half of his or her annual...

European milk market changes impact US farmers

*This story originally appeared in The Budget's April 4, 2018, Local Edition. By Beverly Keller The Budget Rock-bottom prices are being paid to farmers for raw milk...

Organic Valley podcast shares the stories of Plain people and beyond

*This story first appeared in The Budget's May 9, 2018, Local Edition By Josh Yoder The Budget Today, there is a growing desire from consumers to be...

Farm Science Review to be bigger, better in 2018

*This story first appeared in The Budget's July 11, 2018, Local Edition. Visitors to the 56th annual Farm Science Review, the premier outdoor agricultural education...

Farm life coming to Tuscora with Ag in the City

By Stacey Carmany The Budget Area families are invited to enjoy an evening of agricultural fun when Ag in the City makes its seventh appearance at...

Dairy farmers sour about milk prices

*This story first appeared in The Budget's March 21, 2018, Local Edition. By Beverly Keller The Budget The law of supply and demand works in two ways,...