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Linder Moves Into Role as NCGA President
October 1, 2020

Today, John Linder from Edison (Morrow County) Ohio assumed the role of president of the National Corn Growers Association.   …

Infrastructure Upgrade Grants Available
May 1, 2020

Ohio Corn & Wheat wants to ensure that fueling station owners are aware of an opportunity to receive assistance for …

COVID-19: Information for Ohio Farmers
April 2, 2020

Agriculture Is an Essential Activity During Governor DeWine’s COVID-19 Stay-At-Home Order Ohio Governor Mike DeWine announced on April 2, 2020, …

President Trump Honors His Commitment to Ethanol
October 4, 2019

President Trump Honors His Commitment To Ethanol OCWGA Thanks President Trump for Promises Made and Promises Kept   (DELAWARE, OH) …

U.S. Grains Council Meets in Panama
February 27, 2017

Corn, barley and sorghum farmers from around the country gathered in Panama City, Panama with the U.S. Grains Council from February 12-15.

Argentina Study Mission
February 13, 2017

Farmers from Ohio, Nebraska, Illinois and Iowa have a better understanding of competitors from Argentina after participating in a mission focused on production practices, farm policy and infrastructure comparisons.

Brazil Study Mission
January 2, 2017

In December of 2016, OCW members traveled to Brazil for a market study tour to gain a better understanding of Brazil’s role in the worldwide agriculture market.

Ohio Hosts Middle Eastern Trade Team
October 27, 2016

Representatives from four Middle Eastern corn and distiller grains buyers will visit Ohio following their attendance at Export Exchange 2016 in Detroit, Michigan.

Trade Teams in OH to See Grain Operations 1st Hand
October 19, 2016

Export Exchange 2016 is next week in Detroit, Michigan, and overseas grain buyers from Central America are seeing U.S. grain production and the U.S. export system for themselves in northwest Ohio

OSU Data Shows P Levels in OH Soil Trending Down
September 27, 2016

Leaders from Ohio’s largest grain farming organizations announced today 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 the western Lake Erie basin.

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