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Views and opinions: Mid-October sees 5 percent possibility of receiving snow
Poor Will's Almanac by Bill Felker
10/4/2018
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Views and opinions: Among all the endangered species, think of ice cubes
It's the Pitts by Lee Pitts
10/4/2018
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Views and opinions: Vermont working to find better way to pay area dairy farmers
Guest Opinion by Anson Tebbetts
10/4/2018
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Swine genetics ‘Repeat’ top win at 2018 Ohio State Fair
Matt Butterfield’s 280-pound market barrow was this year’s Grand Champion at the Ohio State Fair. Repeat was the pig’s name, so called because his pig Hollywood was the Grand Champion at the 2017 fair.
10/3/2018
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Top 2 Ohio 4-H volunteers gave combined 110 years

To say that Nancy Craig of Cortland and Roger Ruble of Millersport have a love for 4-H is an understatement.
10/3/2018
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4-H shooting sports strive to train kids on responsible use
Children are curious; if they see a firearm, chances are they’re going to pick it up and play with it. So, the 4-H shooting sports program teaches kids firearm safety early.
10/3/2018
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Ohio is latest destination on tour for anti-tariffs campaign
A month ago, more than 80 trade associations representing thousands of business and workers formed Americans for Free Trade and joined with agriculture groups to launch a multimillion-dollar campaign against tariffs.
10/3/2018
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FFA will honor 19 with VIP award at national convention
 Nineteen individuals will be honored in a ceremony with the VIP Citation at this year’s National FFA Convention & Expo in Indianapolis, from Oct. 24-27. The citation recognizes individuals’ significant contributions to FFA and agricultural education.
10/3/2018
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Hydroponics workshop teaches optimal management practices
Last month at a Purdue University-hosted Greenhouse and Indoor Hydroponics workshop, attendees learned optimal hydroponic techniques for growing lettuce, including nutrient, temperature, lighting, pest control, disease management considerations and varied production systems.
10/3/2018
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OTA launches voluntary checkoff after USDA nixes mandatory plan
 In a response to the USDA’s surprising move to suddenly abandon plans to launch a mandatory multiyear organic certification checkoff program this year, the Organic Trade Assoc. (OTA) announced it will establish a voluntary program designed to promote certified organic products.
10/3/2018
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