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August, 2019

  • 16 August

    Ohio Crop Tour Recap I-71 Leg | Day 2

    Joel and the team from the East leg of the Ohio Crop Tour have an update from the southern portion of their leg. The Ohio Crop Tour is brought to you by AgroLiquid.

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  • 16 August

    Ohio Crop Tour Recap I-75 Leg | Day 2

    Matt and the team from the West leg of the Ohio Crop Tour have an update from the southern portion of their leg. The Ohio Crop Tour is brought to you by AgroLiquid.

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  • 15 August

    The 2019 Ohio Crop Tour – I-75 Leg – Day 2

    Click on images for a closer look Greene County: Corn: The plants were short with thin stalk and good nitrogen status. There was light gray leaf spot and some insect feeding on silks. We had pollinated kernels and unpollinated silks on the same ear, but also fresh silks. There was some yield variability because of the pollination challenges. We are guessing a yield of around 160. Soybeans: The field was planted May 28. There was a lot of volunteer corn that had been sprayed and was dying. The canopy height was 32 inches. There were nodes around 2 inches apart. …

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  • 15 August

    The 2019 Ohio Crop Tour – I-71 Leg – Day 2

    Click on images for a closer look Clinton County Corn: The potential in this field is hurt with the amount of bird damage. Some GLS and NCLB. Nice ears with good kernel depth, though some tip back was occurring. The yield estimate came in at 149 bpa. Soybeans: The eastern leg ended the tour in style when it came to soybeans – the nicest on the tour. Canopy height was at 27” and 2” between nodes. Absolutely no disease or insect pressure in field, plus the beans are heavily podded. The field came in as an excellent rating and is …

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  • 15 August

    Day 1 Crop Tour Recap | I-71 Leg

    In the first update of the Ohio Crop Tour, the I-71 team, led by Joel Penhorwood, brings you an update from the East side of the state brought to you by AgroLiquid, moving you closer to your target.

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  • 15 August

    Day 1 Crop Tour Recap | I-75 Leg

    In the first update of the Ohio Crop Tour, the I-75 team, led by Matt Reese, brings you an update from the West side of the state brought to you by AgroLiquid, moving you closer to your target.

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  • 13 August

    The 2019 Ohio Crop Tour – I-75 Leg – Day 1

    Click on images for a closer look Van Wert County Corn: This corn was planted June 4. It was pollinating. There were quite a few double ears and one plant with 4 ears. We saw some gray leaf spot. There was no insect pressure. The yield was 183 bushels. This was further along than most of the corn we’ve seen. They got most of their intended corn acres planted. Soybeans: It looked like about 140,000 population. There was a rye cover crop in these beans after beans. There were some uneven spots in the 18-inch canopy. There were very few …

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  • 13 August

    The 2019 Ohio Crop Tour | I-71 Leg – Day 1

    Click on images for a closer look Marion County We have progressed back into an area of the state with considerably less prevented plant acres than our peak earlier today. Corn: This field was planted in early June. 20-inch row corn with a population of about 35,000. Stress was evident – corn was planted wet and turned dry. The root system has recently taken off, but overall pretty compact. 177 bpa estimate. Soybeans: We did not enter the bean field because the farmer had sprayed immediately before we arrived. The farmer commented he is rolling the dice that he can …

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  • 12 August

    2019 I-75/I-71 Ohio Crop Tour preview

    Wow! What a year it has been. The 2019 I-75/I-71 Ohio Crop Tour presented by AgroLiquid Fertilizers promises to be the most interesting yet. With some of the worst planting conditions Ohio has ever seen — particularly in the northwest — we had to make some changes this year. Several of our usual stops in northwest Ohio did not even get any corn planted this year so our tour route will be significantly different than in the past. In addition, this is by far the latest crop we have ever sampled. Some of the earliest planted corn we will be sampling …

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July, 2019

  • 29 July

    Job Posting: Farm Hand, Hord Livestock Co., Inc.

    Click here to return to the main jobs page Job Title: Farm Hand Company Name: Hord Livestock Co., Inc. Have a passion for grain farming?  If so, we may be the progressive farming operation you’ve been looking for!  Our nationally recognized swine, cattle, and grain operation is looking for individuals interested in a part-time or full-time position within our grain production division, in Bucyrus, OH. Full time benefits include medical, dental, vision, and life insurances; paid vacation and holidays; and 401(k) with company match.  Wages will be determined based on farm experience. To be considered, candidates must: • be self-motivated, …

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  • 29 July

    Job Posting: Corporate Multimedia Designer, Cooper Farms

    Click here to return to the main jobs page Job Title: Corporate Multimedia Designer Company Name: Cooper Farms , Van Wert Summary of Position: This individual will design and produce digital and print communication materials for Cooper Farms, both internally and externally. This position has a strong emphasis in working with Adobe programs, video and photography equipment. Other responsibilities may include writing, photography, videography, social media management, campaign planning and other tasks as assigned. Major Responsibilities/Essential Functions of Job: 1. Videography collect DSLR footage, wireless microphone operation, conduct interviews 2. Video Editing Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects for animation, Audition …

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  • 29 July

    Job Posting: Turkey Service Representative, Cooper Farms

    Click here to return to the main jobs page Job Title: Turkey Service Representative Company Name: Cooper Farms, Feed and Animal Division, Fort Recovery, Ohio OBJECTIVE: Work closely with the production manager, other service managers and growers to continually monitor the health of turkeys. MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:  Coordinate all aspects of bird health while working with growers to manage each flock. • Ensure good health of birds Solve grower management problems Use the PIP program for all growers who are having any management shortcomings. Solve turkey disease issues that arise Follow through on all problem flocks Follow and promote the sanitation …

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  • 17 July

    Job Posting: Diesel Mechanic, Kalmbach Feeds

    Click here to return to the main jobs page Job Title: Diesel Mechanic Company Name: Kalmbach Feeds Job Description:  Kalmbach Feeds is a family-owned company in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, which is a small, family-oriented town in northwestern Ohio. Kalmbach Feeds manufactures and sells top quality nutritional products for all livestock poultry, and companion animals. Kalmbach Feeds started in 1963 and has had continuous growth, profits, and has never had a layoff! Location: Carey, OH Pay Rate: Based on experience Position Purpose: This is a highly responsible position to maintain, repair, and overhaul all types of vehicles and equipment, including semi-tractors, trailers, automobiles, etc., for in-facility and outside …

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  • 12 July

    Job Posting: Warehouse Team Member, Kalmbach Feeds

    Click here to return to the main jobs page Job Title: Warehouse Team Member Company Name: Kalmbach Feeds Job Description:  Kalmbach Feeds is a family-owned company in Upper Sandusky, Ohio, which is a small, family-oriented town in northwestern Ohio. Kalmbach Feeds manufactures and sells top quality custom nutritional products for all livestock poultry, and companion animals. – 50+ years of growth – 50+ years no layoffs – 50+ years of profitability Kalmbach Feeds is not a typical company and we are not looking for typical people. We are looking for people who want to excel and make a difference. Shift: 2nd and 3rd Major Responsibilities …

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  • 2 July

    Job Posting: Maintenance Technician, Kalmbach Feeds

    Click here to return to the main jobs page Job Title: Maintenance Technician Company Name: Kalmbach Feeds Job Description:  At Kalmbach Feeds, we want our Maintenance team to enjoy competitive pay with a full line of benefits including three weeks paid time off in the first year! The maintenance technician is responsible for performing highly diversified duties to install, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain production facility equipment according to safety and productive maintenance systems and processes to support the achievement of the facility’s business goals and objectives. The maintenance team requires someone with a high level of autonomy and requires a …

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