Who won grand champion honors at this year’s Geauga County Fair? Find out here.
What can we learn for our own farm’s success from the missteps of Hostess, Kodak and J.C. Penney? Editor Susan Crowell weighs in.
For Bruce McPheron, a native of Hardin County, Ohio, the opportunity serve as dean of Ohio State’s ag college was “a chance of a lifetime.”
Scenes from the 2012 Ashtabula County Fair.
Editor Susan Crowell says we need new uses of agricultural commodities, to keep that new blood and passion to continue to build our rural communities.
This year’s Ohio Ag Hall of Fame induction ceremonies at the Ohio State Fair.
A few photos from Thursday night’s steer, dairy beef feeder and cheese sales (plus a few others thrown in for good measure).
Short on farm labor? Just create a “working mixer” for singles, says Editor Susan Crowell. (Hey, it worked for a farmer in Idaho!)
Today, the Rynd brothers — Dennis, 65, and Jim, 61, — and Dennis’ son Brooks, 36, can’t imagine farming again like they did in the old tie-stall barn.
“If we aren’t agile, if we can’t innovate, somebody else will go to the dance in our shoes. The land grant system is a world solution; we should settle for nothing less than world domination.” — Dr. Bruce McPheron.