Almost 100 Percent of Carroll County Land is Leased

From Farm and Dairy:
Almost 100 percent of the land in Carroll County has been leased for possible Utica shale drilling, or is being held by production. That was just one of the facts shared by a team from Ohio State University Extension at the Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center auditorium Nov. 10.
The shale conversation is hot and it’s not going away anytime soon. People interested in the topic traveled from as far away as Medina County to Cambridge to hear what is going on and how it may affect them.
Chris Penrose, Ohio State University Extension educator for both agriculture and natural resources, started the conference by telling the audience it was not about pro or con of the shale drilling phenomenon, but a way to tell the public what is going on with it.
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