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OSU Data Shows Phosphorus Levels in Ohio Soil Trending Down in Most Counties

Ohio Grain Farmers Launch “Doing Their Part” Initiative  to Announce Water Quality Efforts and Progress  Leaders from Ohio’s largest grain farming organizations recently announced that Ohio farmers are doing their part in effectively managing phosphorus and other nutrient runoff from their fields — a key to helping address the state’s complex algae issues, particularly in

When is Natural Gas a Viable Option for Ohio Farmers?

Farmers are natural innovators, always seeking a better or more efficient way to manage their farms. Work on the farm never seems to have a stopping point; tasks simply change with the seasons. With more farmers investing in on-farm grain storage in recent years, this fall season finds many farmers analyzing energy costs and the

Two Ohio Soybean Council Funded Technologies Named 2016 R&D 100 Awards Finalists

Two technologies recently developed through Ohio Soybean Council (OSC) and soybean checkoff collaborations have achieved ‘finalist’ designations for the R&D 100 Awards, with winners to be announced in November. Both technologies, Soy-PK Resin and Bio-YIELD bioreactor, leverage the natural properties of soybeans to increase the sustainability and improve health in modern industries. Since the early

New Social Media Project Encourages Farmers to Share How They Are #ProtectingWater

In an effort to promote the work that Ohio farmers are doing to protect water quality, Ohio Corn & Wheat and the Ohio Soybean Council are inviting all farmers to participate in a #ProtectingWater social media project. “It’s time to change the conversation about water in Ohio and really show what farmers are doing on