Read about the anticipated program changes here. COLUMBUS — The 13th Ohio Farmland Preservation Summit will be held Jan. 17 at the Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center on the campus of Ohio State University. The target audience is farmers, with a secondary focus on planners, advocates and other farmland preservation practitioners. The summit [...]
State’s preservation program will become increasingly local, with more local involvement and responsibility.
With his right arm scheduled to be removed, roughly 30 people turned out to help Dan Zinz prepare firewood to heat his family’s home.
Land prices post significant increases again, and show no signs of reversing.
The federal agency announced Dec. 14 it will not change existing daily standards for fine particles and coarse particles, which includes dust from farms.
See our main sheep sheep symposium story here. WOOSTER, Ohio — Few Ohio producers have the grazing aspect down as well as Curt Cline, who raises sheep in of Athens and Meigs counties. He was a featured speaker during the Buckeye Shepherds Symposium Dec. 8 on a panel called “Ways to Better Utilize your Forages [...]
Ohio Sheep Improvement Association’s annual event draws large crowd to learn about year-round grazing.
High court orders appraisals and appropriation cases to be filed within 120 days.
Economists, ag policy experts take a look at where the new year is headed and where 2012 will end.
Years of experience paying off for Shreve, Ohio, tree farm and forestry business.