SALEM, Ohio – When harvest season rolls around at K.W. Zellers and Sons, it’s a race against time to get the vegetables out of the field before they go bad.
SALEM, Ohio – Some experts say the arrival of avian influenza in North America is inevitable; others feel many strains can be kept at bay.
SALEM, Ohio – The Daulton family spent their life savings trying to clear their name. Now, almost three years and $30,000 later, they are still not satisfied.
CARROLLTON, Ohio – Roger Thomas zigzags across the field on his four-wheeler, bumping over the remains of last year’s soybeans and corn.
SALEM, Ohio – Delno Henry has been putting out fires for other people for 35 years. Last week, he had to put out one of his own.
WASHINGTON – One day your land belongs to you, the next day it belongs to someone else. You didn’t sell it – the government took it and gave it away in the name of higher tax revenues.
WASHINGTON – Forums with high-profile politicians, congressional visits, briefings and a meeting with the USDA deputy secretary.
WASHINGTON – Some things are fine just the way they are. The 2002 farm bill is one of those things, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation.
RAGERSVILLE, Ohio – Farming isn’t always a side-splitting, gut-busting, fall-off-your-chair-laughing experience.
SALEM, Ohio -Ohio Fresh Eggs in Croton, Ohio, has been ordered to destroy approximately 4.3 million eggs deemed unfit for human consumption.