Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest A large number of Ohio farmers hire machinery operations and other farm related work to be completed by others. This is often due to lack of proper equipment, lack of time or lack of expertise for a particular operation. Many farm business owners do not own equipment for every possible job that they may encounter in the course of operating a farm and may, instead of purchasing the equipment needed, seek out someone with the proper tools necessary to complete the job. This farm work completed by others is often referred to as “custom farm work” or more simply “custom work”. A “custom rate” is the amount agreed upon by both parties to be paid by the custom work customer to the custom work provider.Ohio State University Extension collects surveys and publishes survey results from the Ohio Farm Custom Survey every other year and we need your assistance in securing up-to-date information about farm custom work rates, machinery and building rental rates and hired labor costs in Ohio.This year we are updating our published custom farm rates for Ohio. Extension Educators in Ohio will be disseminating surveys at select educational activities throughout the winter. There is also an online survey option that anyone can access. The online survey is available at: http://aede.osu.edu/customrate2016We would ask that you respond even if you know only a few rates. We want information on actual rates, either what you paid to hire custom work or what you charged if you perform custom work. Custom Rates should include all ownership costs of implement & tractor (if needed), operator labor, fuel and lube. If fuel is not included in your custom rate charge there is a place on the survey to indicate this.You may access the survey at: http://aede.osu.edu/customrate2016The deadline to complete the survey is March 31.
Dubbing its ally the BJP as “zero in work but a hero” in polls, the Shiv Sena on Monday said it won’t put the blame on “faulty EVMs” for its defeat in the recent civic polls in Maharashtra.“There was a time when the Congress used to win every election. They were zero in work but hero in polls. Similar is the case with the BJP today,” an editorial in Sena mouthpiece ‘Saamana’ said.On Friday, the BJP emerged victorious in Latur and Chandrapur municipal corporations, out of three civic bodies that went to polls on April 19. The Congress emerged as the single largest party in Parbhani municipal corporation.The Sena held six seats in the outgoing House of Latur, but could not even open its account this time around.However, it said that despite the loss it will not blame the EVMs to be faulty, unlike the opposition parties.“This time, the Sena was unable to even open its account. We will not blame faulty EVMs for the BJP’s resounding victory but a research should be done as to why people are getting swept and farmers and youth are rallying behind the the BJP like a snake does behind a snake charmer,” the Sena said.It said that the BJP’s win in the recent polls is due to the inefficiency of the Congress.“On top of it, the victory is guaranteed when you have the entire state machinery and help of Sangh (RSS) members,” the Sena said.“This is the season of the BJP’s victory and will continue for some more time,” it noted.“(Prime Minister) Narendra Modi at the Centre and (Chief Minister) Devendra Fadnavis in Maharashtra are experimenting with new tricks everyday.“They will continue to win until people get bored of these experiments, and others, despite they doing their work seriously, will only continue to face defeats,” the Sena said.In the elections to the 10 municipal corporations across the state held in February this year, the BJP won eight civic bodies. The party also made inroads into the hinterland in the elections for 25 zilla parishads.
Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ WATCH: Firefighters rescue baby seal found in parking garage World’s 50 Best Restaurants launches new drinking and dining guide Ethel Booba on hotel’s clarification that ‘kikiam’ is ‘chicken sausage’: ‘Kung di pa pansinin, baka isipin nila ok lang’ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Heart Evangelista admits she’s pregnant… with chicken LATEST STORIES Why, yes he is.His father is drummer Alex Van Halen, the co-founder of the Hall of Fame rock band. Aric happened to find his rhythm on the track and certainly brings a rock star look with a sleeve of tattoos on his left arm.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“He’s proud that I found something I’m good at and I love to do,” said Aric, who didn’t advance out of the first round of the steeplechase Friday night at the U.S. track and field championships. “It didn’t matter what it was. Making it to the Olympic trials last year was a huge accomplishment for me and for him to say, ‘My son went to the Olympic trials.’”Aric tried to follow a similar musical path as his father. He learned the violin, followed by the piano, drums, saxophone, guitar and back to the drums. Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games MOST READ What ‘missteps’? 1 dead in Cavite blast, fire It wasn’t for him.“I was more of a sports guy,” said the 27-year-old who grew up in Los Angeles. “I needed to be a little more active. My attention span was never there.”At first, baseball was his passion. He was a middle infielder until track entered the picture. He ran the fitness mile as a seventh grader and finished in a blistering time of 5 minutes, 45 seconds.In high school, he switched full time to running and attended the University of Colorado, where he was turned into a steeplechaser, a 3,000-meter race that features jumping over barriers and running through water pits. The school is renowned for producing elite steeplechasers such as Jenny Simpson — now a 1,500 Olympic medalist — and Emma Coburn, who earned a bronze medal at the Rio de Janeiro Games.“Just something I wanted to do. It looked fun,” Aric said.ADVERTISEMENT This was a way of carving out his niche. His father has one of the most famous last names in rock history. It trails Aric wherever he goes. He embraces it. He even has a clever turn of phrase on his Twitter account — “Exercising with the Devil.”“I like (having this name). It’s cool,” he said. “And I don’t think it’s anything, because I don’t know any different.”Alex Van Halen helped form the band with his brother, Eddie, in the ’70s. They’ve had countless hits (“Jump,” ”Runnin’ With The Devil”), iconic album covers (1984) and legendary lead singers (David Lee Roth, Sammy Hagar). The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2007.“My dad occasionally tells me stories, but I really don’t ask because when he wants to tell me, he can tell me,” Aric said. “He likes to play his cards close to his chest.”Aric’s not sure how much longer he wants to compete. His best steeplechase time is 8:32.92 in 2014. In contrast, Olympic silver medalist Evan Jager has a lifetime best of 8:00.45.He’s thinking of a career switch, maybe a move behind the camera. He was a freelance photographer/videographer for Colorado last fall and was in charge of the camera that fed images to the Jumbotron at football games. He had a front-row seat to the Buffaloes’ turnaround season as they finished 10-4 and captured the Pac-12 South.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Cayetano to unmask people behind ‘smear campaign’ vs him, SEA Games Magic sees Lonzo as 1 piece in Lakers’ grand rebuilding plan Aric Van Halen jumps into the water during a heat of the first round of the men’s 3,000-meter steeplechase at the U.S. Track and Field Championships, Friday, June 23, 2017, in Sacramento, California. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA—His favorite song is “Hot for Teacher.” His go-to selection on karaoke nights happens to be “Panama.”And whenever steeplechaser Aric Van Halen tells someone his name, he waits for the inevitable question: Are you related to THE Van Halens?ADVERTISEMENT View comments
Malibu nonprofit, Safety Harbor Kids, is preparing for another big year of events to benefit orphans, foster and homeless children.Supported by corporations including Duke’s Restaurant, Houlihan Lokey and Pepperdine University Guardian Scholarship program among others, the charity has a unique approach to helping children, providing direct education on a one on one basis at special events.Upcoming events include an Etiquette and Manners Brunch at Duke’s in Malibu, a Polo Fundraiser, a concert, and their 7th annual holiday party. With their direct approach and broad scope, the Malibu charity has attracted music and celebrity supporters locally and nationally.“I’ve supported SHK for several years… I really value the work they do,” says singer/songwriter/activist Jackson Browne presenting the Volunteer of the Year award to community leader, Patricia Tackett at the last event. Other attendees included actress Sheryl Lee Ralph and Miss California.To join visit www.SafetyHarborKids.org.Source:PR Newswire
Twitter Whistler, B.C. – Every great film needs great music. The 18th annual Whistler Film Festival (WFF) is pleased to announce the musicians from British Columbia selected for the 5th annual WFF Music Showcase. The musicians will participate in a multi-day live showcase that takes place on the evenings of November 30 and December 1 which includes access to international music supervisors and filmmakers seeking music for screen-based media.The six export-ready artists selected to play a 30-minute showcase set include:Adera (Vancouver) – Indie pop band comprised of Tomás Valenzuela (co-writer and synth), Tiffany Calderbank (co-writer, vocals and samples), Luke Vincent (saxophone), Sean Leask (bass and synth) and Cole J (drums).At Mission Dolores (Kamloops) – Psychedelic pop band composed of JP Lancaster (vocals, songwriter and guitarist), Jared Doherty (guitarist and vocalist), Jared Wilman (drums), Stuart McCallum (bass), and Maggie Ollek (keyboards)Marble Canyon (Whistler) – Six-piece, alt-country-folk-rock composed of Jason Greenway (singer, songwriter and guitarist), Pilar Peterson (vocals/percussion), Kris Branch (lead guitar and lap steel guitar), Rajan Das (bass), Mark Bannock (drums/vocals) and Radim Koppitz (violin)Old Soul Rebel (Squamish) – Lola Whyte, (vocals / electric banjo) Chelsea Johnson (vocals / electric guitar) Troy Gilmore (lead guitar) Braeden Royer (bass) Ashton Sweet (horns) Amelia Thomas (horns)Small Town Artillery (Kaslo) – Rock band composed of Tom van Deursen (guitar, vocals), Derek van Deursen (drums), Carson Webber (bass), Nathan Barrett (trumpet), Mike Kayser (trombone), and Ashley Robyn (vocals, Percussion)Snotty Nose Rez Kids (Vancouver) – Canadian First Nations hip hop duo Haisla rappers Darren “Young D” Metz and Quinton “Yung Trybez” Nyce Advertisement With musicians and songwriters seeking alternate ways to get their music heard, sold and distributed, the WFF Music Showcase focuses on the role of music in screen-based media by providing an intimate platform for filmmakers, music supervisors, and musicians including composers and DJ’s to connect and collaborate. Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Facebook Advertisement To complement the Music Showcase, WFF presents two Music Summit sessions that will address sync licensing and the relationship between Director, Composer, and Editor as part of its Content Summit on December 1. These sessions will provide a forum for regional and international stakeholders to network and do business as well as share and discuss their experiences and issues vital to success in today’s industry as it relates to music entertainment media.Select music supervisors will discuss their roles and how they work to license music in the film, television and gaming industry in the Intro to Sync Licensing panel featuring Tony Scudellari, Senior Vice President, Television Music Sony Pictures Television, and Patrick Zulinov, Director of Sync and Artist Development, Hyvetown Music Inc. Other participating music supervisors will be confirmed shortly.The Director, Editor and Composer shape the story, tone and emotion of a film in post-production. Showcasing scenes from THE DANCING DOGS OF DOMBROVA, the team behind the film premiering at WFF will discuss the importance of working towards a common tone, how musical themes are constructed and worked into the narrative, and how all key creatives must be storytellers first and technicians second at the The Director, Editor, Composer Relationship panel. Moderated by Ari Wise, Agency Director and Owner of Core Music Agency, panellists include Zack Bernbaum, President, Ezeqial Productions Inc., Jane MacRae, Editor, Fast Hat Films, and Film Composer Erica Procunier.The WFF Music Showcase and Summit is supported by the Amplify BC, Creative BC, Gibbons Whistler, The Longhorn Saloon & Grill, Core Music Agency, Finale Post Production and the Screen Composers Guild of Canada.From November 28th to December 2nd, the Whistler Film Festival will welcome film fans and filmmakers to experience its 18th edition featuring fresh films from Canada and around the world, special guests, epic events, unique industry and talent programs, and time to play in North America’s premier mountain resort destination. The Whistler Film Festival combines an international film competition with a focused Content Summit dedicated to the art and business of filmmaking in the digital age.WFF’s full film lineup and schedule, and Content Summit schedule and guest lineup are now available at whistlerfilmfestival.com, and will be updated regularly.The Festival’s online box office at whistlerfilmfestival.com/tickets is now open for Film, Industry and Patron Passes as well as Ticket Packages. Individual film tickets go on sale on November 15 and the WFF Box Office Kiosk opens for walk-up sales on November 23. Exclusive air travel and ground transportation deals, as well as best accommodation rates from WFF’s 20 accommodation partners, are now available at whistlerfilmfestival.com/attend.The Whistler Film Festival is funded by the Government of Canada through Telefilm Canada, and by the Province of British Columbia and the Resort Municipality of Whistler through the Resort Municipality Initiative, is supported by the Whistler Blackcomb Foundation and the American Friends of Whistler, and is sponsored by Variety, Creative BC, Cineplex, Whistler Blackcomb, Tourism Whistler, RE/MAX Sea to Sky Real Estate, Encore Vancouver, Gibbons Whistler and the Westin Resort & Spa Whistler.***The Whistler Film Festival Society is a charitable cultural organization dedicated to furthering the art of film by providing programs that focus on the discovery, development and promotion of new talent culminating with a must attend festival for artists, industry and audiences in Whistler. Find out more at whistlerfilmfestival.com.
APTN National NewsAboriginal education has changed much since the days of residential schools.Now Aboriginal schools are beginning to reclaim what they have lost, none more so than the Mi’kmaq of Nova Scotia.Tonight APTN starts a three part series looking into how the Mi’kmaq reclaimed their education.APTN National News reporter Ossie Michelin begins this series with a visit to Eskasoni, on Cape Breton Island.
APTN National NewsConvicted murderer John Graham is making one last bid for freedom.Graham, representing himself, filed what may be his final appeal in a South Dakota court June 12.Graham argues as a Canadian South Dakota had no jurisdiction to convict him.He was convictied in 2010 of the 1976 murder of American Indian Movement activist Anna Mae Aquash.
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 27 Jul 2015 – Held at gunpoint, 28 poachers were busted by TCI officers on Thursday afternoon in a collaboration between law enforcement and civilians which seemed to nab a group of Dominicans who had so far caught nearly 2,000 pounds of lobster, parrot fish and conch – illegally. Eight charges will be leveled against the men from the Dominican Republic tomorrow when they head to court, namely: Taking marine product without a license; taking marine product using breathing apparatus; possession of spear guns; taking marine product by use of a spear gun; use of unlicensed vessels; possession of egg-bearing lobster; possession of parrot fish; and possession of crawfish during the closed season. Magnetic Media is informed that this pilferage of TCI waters has been an on-going problem which eluded law enforcers. A civilian tip led to the red-handed capture; we understand that two boats got away…and still 14 illegal vessels were seized in the raid. Related Items:dominicans, eight, illegal, poachers 108 Haitians intercepted thanks to radar Recommended for you Bahamas PM warns “Price Gouging is a criminal offense” Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Dominican Officials agree to stop sex trafficking, poachers
Share The Rockets are celebrating their 50th season, and our regular sports contributor Jeff Balke was involved in writing a comprehensive historical overview of the team. Michael Hagerty looks back with JeffÂ at the glory days of Clutch City and discovers what made those teams so special. Plus Jeff talks about his interviews with former players and about his profile of owner Les Alexander, whom he says is the best owner in Houston sports. Itâs called Celebrating 50 Seasons: the Official History of the Houston Rockets, and Jeff’s focus was on the 1990s to the present, which includes the teamâs back-to-back NBA titles.
Google launched the new Google News app, which is replacing its old Google Play Newssstand app, on Android, iOS and the web in 127 countries Tuesday. The company also added in-app subscriptions to allow consumers to directly subscribe to the digital editions of select newspapers and magazines. Google announced a relaunch of its news app at its annual Google I/O developer conference in Mountain View, Calif. Tuesday. The new app, which is now simply called Google News, will use machine learning to customize news results for consumers, and summarize news stories with a new format Google is calling newscasts.Google CEO Sundar Pichai framed this relaunch as a key effort to strengthen media organizations. “In times like this, it’s more important than ever to support quality journalism,” he said. “It’s foundational to the way democracies work.”The new Google News app will automatically curate five stories for custom-tailored to every consumer every day, and then let them dive in deeper on subjects with the help of timelines and other context from the web. The app is also integrating videos from YouTube and other sources, but Google didn’t announce any publishing partners for this video integration Tuesday. Popular on Variety ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15