In the Press

11/13
“Farmers have got caught in the crossfire of a bigger issue, which is Chinese behavior on things like intellectual property and subsidies and they’re paying a big price I think for the US trying to resolve issues with China, when I think we should have done it multi-laterally, and I still think and believe we should,” says Ohio State Professor Dr. Ian Sheldon.
11/12
It may very well be that the many people who are in and out of a swine farm could bring African swine fever (ASF) to the U.S., although feed remains a major concern, a veterinarian for Cooper Farms said.
11/12
Consumers are driving food trends in Ohio.
11/13
Progress is being made in finalizing the “Phase One” trade deal. Ian Sheldon, a professor and the Andersons Chair of Agricultural Marketing, Trade, and Policy at Ohio State University, discusses what could be in the agreement.
11/12
US farm income is forecast to increase for a third consecutive year. Ani Katchova, an associate professor and farm income enhancement chair at Ohio State University, says the growth in farm income is mainly driven by an increase in federal support.
11/6
Since 1900 deforestation has led to about 92 billion tons of carbon emissions into the atmosphere, says a team of experts at Ohio State University and Yale University.
11/5
The environmental burden of deforestation might not be as bad as previously thought, according to a joint study by professors at Ohio State and Yale universities.
11/4
WalletHub found that 75% of people think the military does not do enough to teach financial literacy. Do you agree? If so, why do you think that is, and what can be done to fix the problem?
11/4
Students from Montana, Virginia, Puerto Rico, New Mexico, Oregon and Ohio have been elected by delegates throughout the United States to serve on the 2019-20 National FFA Officer team. Kolesen McCoy, an agribusiness and applied economics major at Ohio State, was elected national president.
10/30
Even during a growing season when 1.5 million fewer acres of soybeans and corn were planted in Ohio, average farm incomes in the state are likely to increase compared to last year, according to an agricultural economist with Ohio State University.

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