The team is back after a week break from the podcast for the Labor Day Holiday. This week, Matt catches up with Between the Rows farmers Lamar Liming and Dylan Baer. Dusty Sonnenberg hears from organic farmer Rick Clark. All that and much more in the Ohio Ag Net latest podcast, brought to you by AgriGold.
The latest episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, sponsored by AgriGold, brings together Kolt Buchenroth, Matt Reese, and Joel Penhorwood to talk the latest in Ohio agriculture and beyond. Joel recaps the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour with western leg reporter Dustin Hoffmann of the Iowa Agribusiness Radio Network, Matt catches up with Between the Rows farmers Lamar Liming and Dylan Baer, and Dusty Sonnenberg hears from Ty Higgins on the Cultivating a Cure program. All that and much more in the Ohio Ag Net latest podcast!
The 118th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, sponsored by AgriGold, includes hosts Matt Reese, Kolt Buchenroth, Bart Johnson, and Dusty Sonnenburg. On today’s podcast the team share their experiences about the Ohio Crop Tour. Dusty speaks with Congressman Bob Latta about the stresses farmers are going through this year. Dusty also shares information about upcoming Forage Field Days in Ohio. Finally, Joel gives us an update on the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour.
The 117th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, sponsored by AgriGold. includes hosts Joel Penhorwood, Matt Reese, Kolt Buchenroth, and Bart Johnson. On today’s episode, the team discusses their upcoming plans for the Ohio Crop Tour. Matt gets a dry farm update with Dylan Baer and Andrew Armstrong, our Between the Rows farmers. Finally, we hear from Katherine Bell, an ag teacher at Liberty Center, who talks with Dale Minyo about her experiences as an educator.
The 116th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, sponsored by AgriGold, includes hosts Joel Penhorwood, Matt Reese, Kolt Buchenroth, Bart Johnson and new team member Dusty Sonnenburg. On today’s episode, the crew gets back into their normal routine after the 2019 Ohio State Fair. In the busy week of the state fair, Matt spoke with Governor Mike Dewine and Lamb and Wool Ambassador Emma Preston about their personal experiences at the state fair.
The 115th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, sponsored by AgriGold, includes host Matt Reese and Kolt Buchenroth. On today’s episode, the podcast is at the Ohio State Fair and we have a special guest. Dean of the College of Food, Agriculture, and Environmental Sciences, Dr. Cathann A. Kress stopped by to talk about the Dean’s Charity Steer Show. Dale and Joel got interviews from the Grand and Reserve Champion of the market lamb show, Paige Pence and Grant Johnson. Matt also speaks with Brooke Beam about the Germinate International Film Fest in Highland County. Finally, Joel gets a chance to talk with the Superintendent of the sheep barn at the Ohio State Fair, Tim Barnes.
The 114th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, sponsored by AgriGold, includes hosts Joel Penhorwood, Dale Minyo, and Kolt Buchenroth. On today’s podcast, Joel and Dale discuss the growing interest of solar technology with Eli Mast of Mast Farm Service and Sheldon Stutzman of Paradise Energy Solutions. Joel talks with Kelsey Turner from the Ohio Farm Bureau about the Young Ag Professionals Event and how to participate. The podcast has interviews from Kyle Vantillburg and Jetse Boersma on MVP Dairy where they talk with Matt Reese about the farm and the dairy industry. Matt gets an update from the Between the Rows farmers Dylan Baer and Nathan Brown and the boys guess this year’s Ohio State Fair butter sculpture.
Ohio Farm Bureau News Update | June 26, 2019 | Ohio Working Lands Sign Up, disaster declarations and more
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Gov. Mike DeWine has formally asked the U.S. Department of Agriculture for a disaster declaration following a devastatingly wet spring. Ohio Farm Bureau strongly encourages farmers who have had difficulty planting their 2019 crops to share their situation with the county Farm Service Agency office as soon as possible. The information provided will assist them in determining if a Disaster Declaration request would be applicable for that county.
The 107th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, sponsored by AgriGold, with hosts Matt Reese, Dale Minyo and Kolt Buchenroth Starts off with an update from Keith Summers of of Leist Mercantile on prevent plant. He also talks with Devin Cain to celebrate dairy month.
Kolt Buchenroth talks with Representative Don Jones (R-Glenford) about House Bill 6 and how it relates to Ohio’s county fairs. Matt speaks with Tom Ramsey about barley that’s being grown in Ohio. Plus, the whole group’s analysis of the current weather conditions and trying to put a little positive spin on the depressing situation.
Pioneer Field Agronomist Kyle Poling joins Ohio Ag Net for this week’s Pioneer Field Report, discussing continued agronomic vigilance as the planting season drags on. Population changes in soybeans are starting to enter the fray, as are row-width considerations and more. Poling also says don’t forget timely application of fungicide on the wheat crop.
In this week’s Pioneer Field Report, Ohio Ag Net is joined by Pioneer Field Agronomist Brad Ott. Ott discusses the extended planting season in front of us and what that means from a consideration of crops going to the field. He’s encouraging growers to not make too many changes at this point, but be evaluating needs on a field-by-field basis. Alfalfa and wheat stand needs are also important at this time going forward across Ohio.
The 106th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, sponsored by AgriGold, with hosts Matt Reese, Joel Penhorwood, Kolt Buchenroth, and Zach Parrott. Todays podcast starts off with Joel’s Cab Cam interviews with Andy Detwiler and Greg McGlinch. Cab Cams this week are sponsored by Homan Inc.
Intern Zach Parrott, goes on his first farm visits with Matt Reese and Kolt Buchenroth, where they meet up with Jess and Adam Campbell and Between the Rows farmer, Nathan Brown. Matt Reese also talked with dairy farmer Devin Cain and his backpack program to help feed hungry kids.
The 105th episode of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast, sponsored by AgriGold, comes on another rainy day across the Buckeye State. A wide range of topics greet host Joel Penhorwood alongside Kolt Buchenroth, Dale Minyo, Zach Parrott, and Matt Reese.
We begin by hearing in the first installment of Plow Talk from guests Matthew and Jason Bane of Bane-Welker Equipment. Ohio Corn and Wheat’s Tadd Nicholson talks about the Tariffs Hurt the Heartland campaign while grain merchandiser Jon Scheve updates us on his latest market advice in this tough economic and agronomic time (hint: it has to do with prevent plant). Union County Fred Yoder updates us on his perspective for this unique growing season and how he compares it to 2011, all the while strawberry producer Todd Stacy talks a unique way of picking his crop.
By Joel Penhorwood
The 2019 planting season continues to be an aggravating one for Ohio growers, though there’s still plenty of time for a good crop ahead, says DEKALB Asgrow Technical Agronomist Roy Ulrich.
Ulrich spoke Thursday to a group of Union County farmers, hosted by Yoder Ag Services, answering questions and highlighting timely agronomic issues.
“No really big reasons to change anything as far as products or practices until after we get out past Memorial Day. Once we get toward the end of the month, then we can make some changes, but right now just stay the course. Whatever plan you had is still the best plan to put in place,” said Ulrich.
He pointed out how growing degree day requirements for corn actually go down as the planting season rolls along due to corn’s unique adaptation abilities. Soybeans though do require a different tailoring as the planting date gets later, the reason he recommends upping populations by 10,000 per acre for each week after Memorial Day.
Ohio Ag Net’s Joel Penhorwood catches up with Pioneer Field Agronomist John Schoenhals to discuss what has been on everybody’s minds – delayed planting concerns. Stay the course is his advice to Ohio farmers at this point. Though we’re behind schedule, Schoenhals says there’s economic reasoning to not changing up the plan, which he details in the discussion below.
President: Holly McClay- Fredericktown
Vice President: Bethany Starlin- Chief Logan
Secretary: Noah Smith- Amanda-Clearcreek
Treasurer: Haleigh Stoller- Wayne Trace
Reporter: Mackenzie Hoog- Valley View MVCTC
Sentinel: Justin Beckner- Tallawanda Butler Tech
Vice Presidents at Large:
Alec Ogg- Upper Sandusky
Mozie van Raaij- Southeastern
Maribeth Pozderac- Fredericktown
Wyatt Kissell- Mt. Vernon
Chyann Kendel- Twin Valley South MVCTC
Ohio Ag Net’s Joel Penhorwood catches up with Pioneer Field Agronomist Alex Knight for this week’s Pioneer Field Report. The two talk wheat stands and how they’re holding up to this year’s unique weather. Growing degree days and units are also something to keep in mind this year, especially as time starts to slip away from planting season.
The Ohio Ag Net Podcast, brought to you by AgriGold, joins Dale and Joel outdoors (as you can hear from the singing birds) as they recap this week in agriculture.
Interviews in this week’s podcast include a chat with Tom Fontana regarding Ohio Soybean Council Foundation’s numerous scholarships awarded to promising students. Dale also talks with Wilmington College’s Jenny Shaw following their recent spring visit day where young people took a look at what the school has to offer in agriculture. Joel recaps a recent tour of the Anheuser-Busch Columbus Brewery where the company is putting on display their active use of agricultural commodities (including corn) from Ohio farmers.
Also turkey season starts up and Dale details some tips for hunters in the crowd. Tune in to the Ohio Ag Net Podcast!