American Bashkir Curly horses are unique because their coat, mane and tail more closely resemble a poodle than a Quarter Horse.
Rural landowners getting burned by frequent trespass of off-road vehicles. Aside from ruining crops, riding in fields digs ruts and creates other headaches.
“Goat roping is kind of rough,” says Carroll County’s Nikki Bacon, Ohio High School Rodeo Queen, “but I would ride a bull just to prove I could.”
History books reveal ancestors of modern Holsteins were polled. The majority of horned animals in today’s dairy industry are a result of few dairy cattle breeders selecting for the polled trait.
Beef producers shouldn’t rely totally on EPD charts to make sound breeding decisions.
A career, not just a job: Like plumbers and electricians, there will always be a need for farm equipment repair technicians.
Pickaway County beef producer Mel Earich received the Ohio Cattlemen’s Association’s Industry Excellence Award during the group’s 50th annual meeting Jan. 19 in Dublin, Ohio.
Last year, nearly 7,000 wild horses and burros were adopted. Still, the Bureau of Land Management needs more families willing to adopt. Four now have a home at Stoney Hollow Farm near Lisbon, Ohio.
A new sheep industry proposal aims to determine acceptable tail lengths by examination.
An OAR-related pilot program started last January by the Department of Transportation composts deer carcasses found in the road.