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Ohio farm tests positive for Salmonella

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November
8, 2010

Evidence of Salmonella has been found at a central Ohio egg farm. As WOSU’s Steve Brown reports, Ohio Fresh Eggs has links to two Iowa farms that recalled thousands of eggs earlier this year.

Ohio Eggs Found to be Tainted

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12:00AM
November 8, 2010

Eggs recalled after salmonella found at Ohio Fresh Egg in Croton.

Union County Egg Facility Could House 6 Million Hens

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12:00AM
August 6, 2008

Two Iowa investors want to build what could be Ohio’s largest egg production facility. The site is in Union County north of Marysville. Hi-Q Egg Products is asking the state Department of Agriculture for permission to house up to 6 million laying hens on a 500-acre tract. The company is holding a public meeting tonight in Marysville.

Ohio Fresh Eggs ordered to close

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December
1, 2006

The Ohio Department of Agriculture has revoked the permits that allow one of the state’s largest egg farmers to operate.

States Seeks to Revoke Ohio Fresh Eggs Permits

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June
16, 2006

A two-week revocation hearing brought by the state’s department of agriculture against one of Ohio’s largest egg producers is wound up Friday. ODA says Ohio Fresh Eggs did not disclose in its permit applications the name of a man labeled a habitual environmental violator.

Revocation Hearings for Ohio Fresh Eggs Begins

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June
6, 2006

Hearings began today in a bid by the Ohio Department of Agriculture to revoke all of the permits it granted to the Ohio Fresh Eggs company. The company operates laying, breeding and pullet facilities near Croton and other sites in Hardin and Wyandotte counties. According to an agriculture spokeswoman Ohio Fresh Eggs in its permit applications failed to disclose that a manager had a troubled environmental record.

Small Towns’ Economy Could Suffer If Egg Farms Lose Permits

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June
5, 2006

A hearing scheduled to start later this week will help determine the future of one of Ohio’s largest egg processors. Ohio Fresh Eggs operates farms with millions of chikcens at sites in three counties north and west of Columbus. The head of the Department of Agriculture wants to revoke the company’s operating permits for alleged failure to identify one of its financial partners. But, a permit revocation could hurt the economy of small towns near the farms.

OSU scientist researches eggs for soldiers

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August
31, 2004

But the process of preserving food for military field rations leaves some items less than desirable. One Ohio State professor is working on a new preservation method that will make it possible to include eggs in battlefield breakfasts.