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THE ACCIDENT Six-year-old Kyle Daugherty could think of nothing else he’d rather do that Friday after Thanksgiving.
The Oklahoma Securities Department filed the $14 million lawsuit against B&B Worm Farms.
Firefighters participating in the new agriculture rescue training program in Pennsylvania are learning how to save farmers.
The opportunities for aquaculture speak for themselves. And a group of Ohio fish farmers are in the swim of things.
Approximately 2,500 people are waiting for an organ transplant today in Ohio. Bill and Pauline McKarns of Columbiana County, Ohio, wish their son could have helped some of these people.
At the Goodell’s farm near Mantua in Portage County, low inputs mean high outputs.
April 26 will mark seven years – seven years that are “extras” to Larry Martz.
A recent study found that tail docking has no significant effect on milk quality, somatic cell count or udder and leg cleanliness, but don’t tell that to producers who dock.
Approximately 90 alpacas have died in northern Ohio after eating the tainted feed.
The introduction of Ralstonia, a disease on the USDA’s top hazardous pathogen list, is thought to be unintentional.
The voluntary milk program is focusing on the supply side of the market, but an ag economist says this won’t work.
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