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Dr. Ian Sheldon, Ohio State’s Andersons Chair of Agricultural Marketing, Trade and Policy, led the discussion examining the effects of the pandemic on global trade and U.S. agricultural trade, including an evaluation of the Phase 1 Trade Agreement with China.
A research grant was received to support the startup of a new nonprofit entrepreneurial center that will support food producers in Wayne County. The results of the project also will support farmers and food producers throughout Ohio by providing recommendations for new programs to help these producers increase profitability, access new markets and develop new value-added food products.
I’d like to commend Ohio State Alumni Magazine and my beloved alma mater, under the leadership of President Kristina M. Johnson, for taking the courageous steps to effect change from within. During my time at Ohio State (1999–2003), “Do Something Great” was a university saying, and it appears Ohio State continues down that path." Kristi Scott, '03.
AEDE's Margaret Jodlowski at 32:20 talking about the role off-farm labor plays in helping farm families stay afloat.
President Donald Trump dug deep into executive powers to drive his populist trade policy, strike a mini deal with China and keep Congress largely on the sidelines.
Ohio lags behind much of the nation in its reliance on solar power, but a number of utility-scale solar projects are progressing in the state.
Widespread forest management and protections against deforestation can help mitigate climate change – but will come with a steep cost if deployed as broadly as policymakers have discussed, new research suggests.
One of the sessions of the 2020 Virtual Farm Science Review was held by Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences’ Department of Agricultural, Environmental, and Development Economics, as their team focused on the Value Chains in Food and Agriculture. Our Ohio Weekly host Ty Higgins moderated that session as the panel talked about how corn, cattle, pork, milk and other sectors have adjusted to reduced ethanol production, lower prices and supply chain logistics due to COVID-19 an
Nearly 200 food suppliers, including some of the largest producers in the world, have pledged to cut their food waste in half by 2030.
Illinois Extension talks with AEDE's Ben Brown on the fundamentals of the soybean market