Help by sharing this information News ZambiaAfrica Condemning abuses Judicial harassmentFreedom of expression Organisation News Receive email alerts to go further Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the decision by Zambia’s Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) to suspend the licences of three privately-owned broadcast media – Muvi TV, Komboni Radio and Radio Itezhi Tezhi. Coronavirus infects press freedom in Africa August 25, 2016 Zambia: RSF decries sudden closure of three broadcast media March 29, 2020 Find out more RSF_en Follow the news on Zambia IBA employees and police raided Muvi TV’s studios on the evening of 22 August, evicted its personnel, seized its transmitter and sealed off access to the building. Komboni Radio and Radio Itezhi Tezhi then suffered the same fate. The closures come amid a tense climate for journalists since President Edgar Lungu’s reelection on 11 August – a victory that has been disputed by the opposition in street protests. At a news conference, IBA chairman Justin Mutale said that “before, during and after the 11 August 2016 elections” the tree media outlets had been “conducting themselves in an unprofessional manner” and had thereby posed a “risk to national peace and stability.” He did not elaborate. The legal basis for the closures is an article in the IBA Amendment Act that empowers the IBA to withdraw a broadcasting licence if it is “necessary in the interest of public safety, security, peace, welfare or good order.” “The Zambian government clearly wanted to silence these independent media and used the cover of a supposedly independent authority,” RSF said. “Regardless of the criticisms that can be levelled against the three media outlets, shutting them down without warning is completely disproportionate. We call for their licences to be restored at once.” Hellen Mwale, the head of the Media Institute of Southern African’s local branch, MISA-Zambia, described Muvi TV’s coverage of the presidential election as “fair and balanced” in comparison with other media. Muvi TV’s lawyer, Milner Kakubo, announced that the TV station will appeal against the closure. A hearing with the IBA has already been set for 14 September. Zambia is ranked 114th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2016 World Press Freedom Index. Reports Zambia : Outspoken Zambian TV channel suspended for 30 days News November 27, 2020 Find out more The 2020 pandemic has challenged press freedom in Africa ZambiaAfrica Condemning abuses Judicial harassmentFreedom of expression March 12, 2019 Find out more
News UpdatesAllahabad High Court Lays Down Procedure & Standard Of Evidence For Enquiry Into Criminal Antecedents Of A Candidate During Selection Process Akshita Saxena5 April 2021 2:51 AMShare This – xIn a significant judgment, the Allahabad High Court has laid down the procedure to be adopted by the competent authority for inquiring into the criminal antecedents of a candidate for the purpose of selection. A Single Bench of Justice Ajay Bhanot has elucidated the type of materials that may be considered by such authority, the standard of proof, and other aggravating/ mitigating…Your free access to Live Law has expiredTo read the article, get a premium account.Your Subscription Supports Independent JournalismSubscription starts from ₹ 599+GST (For 6 Months)View PlansPremium account gives you:Unlimited access to Live Law Archives, Weekly/Monthly Digest, Exclusive Notifications, Comments.Reading experience of Ad Free Version, Petition Copies, Judgement/Order Copies.Subscribe NowAlready a subscriber?LoginIn a significant judgment, the Allahabad High Court has laid down the procedure to be adopted by the competent authority for inquiring into the criminal antecedents of a candidate for the purpose of selection. A Single Bench of Justice Ajay Bhanot has elucidated the type of materials that may be considered by such authority, the standard of proof, and other aggravating/ mitigating factors for the purpose. The Bench has also made it clear that such inquiry is different from a trial/civil proceeding before a Court of law and hence, competent authority is not always bound by the findings of the court, nor is it invariably constrained by the opinion of the investigation officer. The order comes in a writ petition filed by one Sanny Kumar, aggrieved by an order passed by the Superintendent of Police, Jalaun, cancelling his selection as Constable in the UP Police, in the backdrop of several criminal cases pending against him. Arguments The Petitioner submitted that he had truthfully declared details of all the criminal cases pending against him in the affidavit of verification. He argued that he has not been chargesheeted in two cases, one of which he said is an offshoot of a matrimonial dispute of his brother. He further submitted that he was acquitted in one criminal case and in the absence of conviction by a court, appointment cannot be refused. The Standing Counsel for the State of UP on the other hand submitted that the Petitioner was named in multiple criminal cases. He was not acquitted honourably by the trial court in the first case. He was named in the FIR lodged in the other cases including one for an act of moral turpitude. It was submitted that the fact that the Investigation Officer did not chargesheet the Petitioner does not exonerate him, particularly, when trials are on foot. Findings At the outset, the Bench observed that the Police is a “disciplined force” which is charged with the duty to uphold the law and order in the State. Thus, personnel in uniform belonging to disciplined forces, are expected to bear impeccable character and possess unimpeachable integrity. In this backdrop, it observed that it is essential to examine the suitability of candidates for appointment. An important factor for determination of such suitability is the role of “Criminal Antecedents”. Nature of the proceeding/Scope of Enquiry into suitability for appointment “Determination of suitability of a candidate for appointment is an administrative decision which is part of the recruitment process. The process of evaluating suitability for appointment is not an adjudication of guilt or innocence as in a criminal case. Nor is it a quasi judicial process or a civil law proceeding.” Material for consideration by the authority The Bench observed that the material available before an authority to determine the suitability of a candidate may be either reliable and conclusive, or credible but probative. However, both kinds of material are liable to be considered. The Bench categorically held that material of probative value but credible worth is not to be discarded, and there is no impediment in its consideration. “One such source is the record of criminal proceedings against the candidate. The full inventory of material before the authority includes the F.I.R., the evidence collected during the criminal investigation, chargesheet submitted in court, evidence emerging during the trial, the judgment rendered by a court of law. On the foot of such material, the competent authority can make its decision on the fitness of the candidate for appointment,” it observed in the facts of the case. Method of Evaluation of Material/ applicability of Standards of evidence The High Court has held that a competent authority is not always bound by the findings of the court, nor is it invariably constrained by the opinion of the investigation officer. The reason for the same is as follows: Criminal prosecution of an individual before the court of law is to bring an offender of criminal laws to justice, and to punish the guilty. The object of the competent authority in a recruitment process is only to determine the suitability of a candidate to hold a public post. The order states, “The purposes of a criminal investigation, criminal trial, civil proceeding, departmental enquiry, are distinct from the rationale behind the exercise of verification of criminal antecedents of a candidate for appointment in a recruitment process. The nature of rights engaged in the respective proceedings are also different. The lattermost proceeding is an executive function, while former proceedings are judicial and quasi judicial in nature respectively.” The Bench has also held that strict rules of evidence, i.e. proof of guilt of the accused beyond reasonable doubt, apply to criminal prosecution. The competent authority on the contrary is not constrained by any such standard of evidence. It added that the rights of a government employee facing departmental proceedings are also significantly different from a candidate who is participating in a selection process. Thus, the evidentiary standard of preponderance of probability is not applicable to the proceedings which consider the suitability of a candidate before making the appointment. “Acquittal by the criminal court happens when evidence is not sufficient to sustain a conviction. Failure to prove an offence before a court of law in a 12 criminal trial may not reduce the probative value of said evidence before the competent authority in a recruitment process. Such evidence when placed before the competent authority may constitute credible material of probative value to render a candidate unsuitable for appointment. The scope of discretion of the competent authority will also depend on the nature of findings of the court on the same evidence,” the order stated. This also implies that an acquittal in a criminal trial simplicitor will not lead to an automatic discharge in departmental proceedings [RP Kapur v. Union of India]. Procedure for enquiry The Bench cautiously added that the conclusion of the competent authority is an estimation at best. Thus, it is the duty of an employer to evaluate the suitability of a candidate for appointment, paired with the right of the candidate for a fair consideration of his credentials. Towards this end, the employer may allow a candidate to present material in his defence. “The candidate can tender his defence to refute the aforesaid material and point out mitigating circumstances in his favour in the proceeding. When need arises fair and an impartial opportunity of hearing may be given to such candidate,” the Bench observed. Line of Enquiry- Aggravating Factors While the standards of proof that are applicable in judicial proceedings are not applicable in the suitability test, the Bench observed that the competent authority should see that the material in the record strongly supports the inference of criminal traits, or a tendency of involvement in criminal offences, or to directly engage in criminal acts or vice and violence in the conduct, while rejecting a candidature. It observed, “Regard has to be paid by the competent authority to the gravity and heinous nature of offences or offences involving moral turpitude. Such cases may dissuade the competent from approving the candidate for appointment. Multiplicity of criminal prosecutions is also a factor while considering the suitability of a candidate. Repetitive criminal acts may reinforce the inference of criminal traits or vice and violence in a candidate.” Line of Enquiry – Mitigating Factors As stated above, the line of enquiry shall extend to the consideration of mitigating factors in each case. The Bench observed, “Indiscretions of youth, and fallibility of human nature have to be accorded full weight. Fallibility of human nature is distinct from criminal traits in character. Depraved conduct is not youthful indiscretion. Trivial offences may often occur by human error and not perpetrated by a criminal mindset. Trivial offences may not invite invalidation of candidate. The competent authority has to determine where the threshold lies and draw the line in light of facts of each case.” The Bench also cautioned the competent authority to not neglect the “realities of social life” where filing of malicious cases and judicial delay is very much alive. It observed, “The practice of falsely framing young members of a family in trivial offences especially in villages is not uncommon. Prosecution in these offences is easily initiated and cases remain pending indefinitely…The employer has to be alert to these realities and factor them in the decision in the facts of a case.” On the merits of the instant case, the Bench observed that the impugned order need not be interfered with for the following reasons: There is no procedural impropriety committed by the authority while passing the impugned order.The procedure adopted by the competent authority while passing the impugned order is compliant with principles of natural justice.The petitioner was not acquitted honourably by the trial court in the first case.the case was not an isolated one. The petitioner was an accused in the FIR in a grave offence involving moral turpitude and the trial is underway.Allegations of sexual offences against children are most serious and cannot be lightly dismissed by any employer. These facts are liable to be factored in the decision and were legitimately considered in the impugned order. Case Title: Sanny Kumar v. State of UP & Ors. Click Here To Download OrderRead OrderNext Story
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In the 4×200, Sophia Jarosz, Tahje McDonald, Riley Norris and Skye Cronin won in 1:53.82, with Eva Woodworth victorious in the 600-meter run in 1:46.54 and Norris second in the 55-meter dash in 7.71 seconds.Anne Gullo, fifth in the 55, beat the field in the 300-meter dash in 44.96 seconds, with McDonald fourth and Norris fifth. Kali Hayes was victorious in the 55-meter hurdles in 8.97 seconds as Natalie Venesky took fourth. Sophia Recuparo was fifth in the pole vault. Hayes, Jarosz, Abby Brancato and Natalie Venesky won the 4×200 relay in 4:34.95.Liverpool’s boys team had 196 points to win its side and won the high jump here, too, Bennett Robb clearing 6’1″ as Owen Jarosz finished fourth. It also went 1-2-3 in the 3,200-meter run, Jake McGowan winning in 9:58.94 ahead of Ryan Cartwright (10:08.72) and Jacob Makhouf (10:56.69). Carter Rodriguez ran 1,600 meters in 4:37.92 to win that race, while Ryan Hagan was second in the 1,000 in 2:46.91, just behind the 2:46.62 from Homer’s Jed Swayze. Michael Nigro was victorious in the long jump, going 18’6″, and was third in the triple jump, going 36’3 1/4″.Jamie Vong cleared 11 feet in the pole vault to prevail, with Jalen Graham taking the weight throw with a toss of 42’10” as he finished second (38’2 1/4″) and Vong third (37’11 1/2″) in the shot put.Amaru Lewis, Ryan Dewan, Kevin Harge and Dominic Scro took the 4×200 in 1:38.60, with Harge, in 39.56 seconds, holding off Scro (39.77) in the 300 as Dewan was second (6.95 seconds), Scro third (6.96) and Lewis fourth (7.05) in the 55 sprint.Ryan Hagan, Charlie Praschunus, Etha Glashauser and Jon Howland combined to win the 4×800 in 9:02.72 as Praschunus finished third in the 600 in 1:31.92.All of this followed a morning session of the Kirschenheiter meet where Cicero-North Syracuse won the girls portion with 175 points and the boys, with 116.5 points, were just behind Jamesville-DeWitt (126.5 points).Brooke Blaisdell, in 9.35 seconds, topped Savannah Kuhr (9.49) in the 55 hurdles, and C-NS had another 1-2 finish in the weight throw, where Stephanie Webb, with 34’10 1/2″, beat out Faith Keville’s 32’4 3/4″ as Webb also was second (29’9 1/4″) in the shot put.Hannah Boyle, Allison Newton, Marissa Doty and Kate Putman won the 4×400 in 4:10.86 before Newton won the 1,500 in 5:11.42 as Doty was fourth.Putman, in 1:39.18, beat out Boyle (1:40.53) and McKenna Slate (1:48.18) in the 600. Hannah Reichard was second in the 3,000 in 11:12.18, with McKenna Johnston second in the 300 in 45.81 seconds.Morgan Kingdeski took the 1,000 in 3:11.76, with Erin Slusser fourth and Peyton Empey fifth. Kingdeski, Newton, Doty and Reichard went 10:20.67 to win the 4×800 before the Northstars finished third in the 4×200.Julianna Hutt was second in the long jump, going 16’2″ ahead of Sierra Davis (15’9 1/4″) in fourth place, Davis improving to second in the triple jump with 34’6 3/4″. Madelyn Wheeler and Lexi Gaetz both cleared 4’8″ in the high jump.On the boys side, C-NS’s Isaiah Wright won the 55 hurdles in a blazing 7.91 seconds, also pairing with Josh Adams, Laquan Lemon and Sam Nessel to get second place in the 4×200 in 1:37.32 and also taking third in the long jump with 19’7 1/2″.Matt LeClair, in 9:54.71, beat out Josh Koeppe (10:09.11) in the 3,200, with Evan Breitbeck winning the 600 in 1:31.09 as R.J. Davis was second in the 1,000 in 2:41.81. Evan Romano was third and Zach Bergman fifth in the 1,600, Romano helping C-NS take third in the 4×800.Matt Wentling-Raymie was second in the shot put, his throw of 40’8″ ahead of Maxwell White’s fourth-place 39’8 1/4″. Wentling-Raymie also tied teammate Justin Rhoden for fifth place in the high jump, each clearing 5’3″ as Gavin McAllister topped 8 feet in the pole vault.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Each of the Liverpool indoor track and field teams rolled to victories in their respective divisions during the afternoon session of Saturday’s Fred Kirschenheiter Memorial Invitational at SRC Arena.The girls Warriors won with 191 points, which included Amina Sinclair tying for the best high jump in New York State this season and setting a school record, clearing 5 feet 6 inches as teammate Alexia Ostrander was second with 4’8″ to go with a fourth in the long jump. Imahni Sinclair again swept the throwing events, sending a weight throw of 44’2 1/4″ and took the shot put by heaving it 34’8 1/2″.Jenna Schulz, Eva Woodworth, Sydney Carlson and Kayleigh Buck claimed the 4×800 relay in 10:22.84. On her own, Schulz went 4:39 flat to win the 1,500-meter run as Rosie Petrella was fourth and Meghan Moyer finished fifth. Carlson claimed the 1,000-meter run in 3:08.14 as Buck (3:23.37) finished third. Tags: C-NSindoor trackliverpool
Share Share GambleAware: Engage those with lived experience of gambling harms August 28, 2020 Submit Marc Etches to step down as CEO of GambleAware in 2021 August 14, 2020 Related Articles YGAM focuses on BAME community engagement with CVR link-up August 21, 2020 GambleAware has defended its position on the funding of problem gambling research education and treatment (RET) programmes, following last week’s publication of the House of Lords’ Select Committee ‘Time for Action’ report on UK gambling. Citing 66 recommendations, the Lords report stated that GambleAware must correct its current ‘anomalous system’ of funding RET directives so that further charities are free to raise money from other sources without ‘imperilling their current funding’ structures.In its statement, the House Lords underlined previous concerns by UK public health stakeholders, which stated that RET directives could be obstructed by a lack of independence on funding.Responding to the Select Committee’s concerns, GambleAware CEO Marc Etches emphasised that all ‘treatment providers’ sanctioned by the charity were ‘entirely free to raise funds for whatever purpose they deem appropriate’. GambleAware stated that it holds no influence on how RET partners handle their accounts and how they access funding beyond its central contributions.In his statement, Etches detailed that GambleAware Trustees held only one caveat with regards to RET partner funding, stipulated against ‘duplicate funding’ – ‘treatment providers should not seek to get paid twice over for the same activity’.Etches addressed concerns over potential structural problems with regards to new RET activities securing access to funding from different sources. Clarifying his position, Etches underlined that GambleAware Trustees supported an accessible system that welcomed all worthwhile directives ‘regardless of whether funded by itself or by a third party’. GambleAware actively supports innovation and collaboration between organisations, in which all funding contributions have been submitted to the House of Commons DCMS Select Committee. StumbleUpon
Gfinity Esports Australia has brought Logitech Australia on board as a commercial partner of the upcoming Gfinity Elite Series Australia. Launching in May, Logitech will provide gaming equipment and peripherals for the series through its brands Logitech G and Astro. The series will include competitive gameplay on Rocket League, Street Fighter V, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.Dominic Remond, CEO of Gfinity Esports Australia said the following about the partnership: “We are extremely pleased to have Logitech Australia join the inaugural Gfinity Elite Series Australia, as a Major Partner across all three of our game titles in 2018. The Logitech and Astro brands are synonymous with top-tier gaming and state of the art equipment, which makes this partnership perfectly suited to showcase the best of the best across professional esports in Australia.”“Given the Gfinity Elite Series Australia will broaden the audience of esports fans in Australia, as well as creating new heights for esports entertainment, I’m delighted that Logitech has identified this partnership as the best way to continue to prove out their market-leading brands with the highly sought-after esports audience,” Remond concluded.Damian Lepore, Managing Director of Logitech Australia and New Zealand also commente:, “Logitech G and Astro are an integral part of the gaming community, and our partnership with the Gfinity Elite Series Australia in 2018 demonstrates our commitment to the growth of esports.”“We have been working with professional players over the past few years, whilst developing sophisticated and innovative pro products and are excited to back this world class championship, which is a first for Australia. This is exactly what is needed to take Australian professional gamers to the next level,” said Lepore.Gfinity Esports Australia announced its partnership with HT&E Limited at the same time as its announced the Gfinity Elite Series Australia in August 2017. The company also partnered with Dell subsidiary Alienware for the inaugural Challenger Series earlier this year in January.Esports Insider says: Logitech has its fingers its many pies when it comes to esports, so Logitech Australia getting involved with Gfinity Esports Australia makes complete sense from an outsider’s point of view. We hope the series takes off just as it has done in the UK!
Allardyce’s rudimentary style of play has proved deeply unpopular despite lifting the Toffees from 13th in the Premier League when he was appointed in November to finish eighth.Despite signing an 18-month deal, Allardyce seemed resigned to his fate after Sunday’s 3-1 defeat at former club West Ham, during which Everton supporters called for his sacking.“I can’t quite say confident after all the rumours I’m reading in the paper,” said Allardyce. “Generally there’s no smoke without fire. We’ll wait and see when we meet up.”Allardyce was hired after a dismal start to the season under Ronald Koeman saw Everton fearing a relegation battle.Former Watford and Hull City manager Marco Silva is the favourite to take over and could complete the move to Goodison Park six months after the club failed to prise him away from Vicarage Road.Everton were unwilling to pay a reported compensation fee of £15 million ($20 million) wanted by Watford for the Portuguese when Koeman was sacked.However, Silva himself was then dismissed by Watford in January with the Hornets citing disruption caused by Everton’s “unwarranted approach” for a major dip in form.A change in manager could also affect Wayne Rooney’s future at the club.England’s all-time top scorer had reportedly agreed terms on a £12.5 million move to DC United in Major League Soccer last week.Rooney had seen his involvement limited under Allardyce, but could be convinced to stay at his boyhood club by a new regime.Last month, Allardyce dismissed a survey sent to fans asking them to grade his performance out of 10 as a mistake on the part of the club’s marketing director, who he said does not “understand” how football works.As part of the questionnaire, supporters were asked whether they agree with the statement of “I have a high level of trust in the current manager and coaching staff at Everton e.g. in making the right decisions to get the best out of the team.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Sam Allardyce is set to be sacked as Everton manager © AFP / Oli SCARFFLONDON, United Kingdom, May 15 – Sam Allardyce’s reign as Everton manager is set to end after less than six months in charge at Goodison Park, according to widespread reports in England on Tuesday.Sky Sports reported the 63-year-old will be informed at a meeting with majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri as early as Wednesday that his services are no longer required as Moshiri reacts to fans’ growing discontent with the former England manager.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Citi Bank indicated that the Chinese economic slowdown will likely continue to burden world markets, which could eventually leading to a global recession. They lowered their world growth forecast from 2.4% to 1.6%. This might mean that crude oil prices will not likely rally, which would keep ethanol and corn prices in check.At a recent conference, the USDA’s chief economist echoed the bank’s statements and pointed out the world’s oversupply of grain. He went on to estimate corn acres will increase by 2 million acres (near market expectations), with prices continuing to trade around $3.45. One positive note, 2016 soybean acre projections weren’t increased and cash prices are expected to be around $8.50.Farmers constantly ask what I think prices will do. Until we see what the weather is like, I expect corn prices to stay about the same level they are today. There is too much old crop sitting in bins and farmers are delivering on “price-later” contracts, which means many end users aren’t hungry for grain. Most of these farmers are waiting for a rally to price grain, and set their price, which is limiting the potential for a rally.Beans are nearing a technical point that indicates a potential move up or down. Unfortunately, nobody agrees on which way it will move. There is nothing fundamentally bullish about bean prices, but that doesn’t mean it has to break lower either.Funds have a big short position on in corn and beans. If they would start to buy, maybe we see a rally, but it could be limited as so much grain still needs to be priced. Have you written out your marketing plan for 2016? You won’t have time once planting starts, so now that taxes are over, take a little time to write something down. Months from now you’ll be glad you did.Jon grew up raising corn and soybeans on a farm near Beatrice, NE. Upon graduation from The University of Nebraska in Lincoln, he became a grain merchandiser and has been trading corn, soybeans and other grains for the last 18 years, building relationships with end-users in the process. After successfully marketing his father’s grain and getting his MBA, 10 years ago he started helping farmer clients market their grain based upon his principals of farmer education, reducing risk, understanding storage potential and using basis strategy to maximize individual farm operation profits. A big believer in farmer education of futures trading, Jon writes a weekly commentary to farmers interested in learning more and growing their farm operations.Trading of futures, options, swaps and other derivatives is risky and is not suitable for all persons. All of these investment products are leveraged, and you can lose more than your initial deposit. Each investment product is offered only to and from jurisdictions where solicitation and sale are lawful, and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in such jurisdiction. The information provided here should not be relied upon as a substitute for independent research before making your investment decisions. Superior Feed Ingredients, LLC is merely providing this information for your general information and the information does not take into account any particular individual’s investment objectives, financial situation, or needs. All investors should obtain advice based on their unique situation before making any investment decision. The contents of this communication and any attachments are for informational purposes only and under no circumstances should they be construed as an offer to buy or sell, or a solicitation to buy or sell any future, option, swap or other derivative. The sources for the information and any opinions in this communication are believed to be reliable, but Superior Feed Ingredients, LLC does not warrant or guarantee the accuracy of such information or opinions. Superior Feed Ingredients, LLC and its principals and employees may take positions different from any positions described in this communication. Past results are not necessarily indicative of future results. He can be contacted at [email protected]
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Episode 16 of the Ohio Ag Net Podcast brings a trip around Ohio as Ty Higgins talks some new-found fame after a fun video of his went viral. He also recaps his trip to Canton to recognize the work of Ohio farmers that helped those in need from the Kansas and Oklahoma wildfires. Matt Reese and Ty continue the conversation about the Ohio State Fair Sale of Champions, preparing for its 50th year during their talk with Fair General Manager Virgil Strickler. Joel Penhorwood talks old metal signs and the lessons that come with it on the most recent Feeding Farmers trip, where Dale Minyo hears from Jesse Michaud on their operation. All that and more in this podcast, courtesy of AgriGold.
Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest National Farmers hosted their 2018 National Convention at Great Wolf Lodge near Cincinnati earlier this week. The event kicked off with a program known as FarmStarts – an agricultural speaker series with a special focus on informing young and beginning farmers. FarmStarts has an emphasis on organic dairy and grain production. Ohio Ag Net’s Joel Penhorwood was there and talked to a number of the speakers and guests in attendance on the latest trends in organic production and what has been top of mind for those in National Farmers.