Like it or not, Ohio law generally requires both landowners to equally share the costs of constructing and maintaining a fence.
Many of us who are nearing retirement age have not sufficiently planned for the increasingly likely possibility of being incapacitated or disabled.
The majority of spice boxes were constructed in Chester County, Pa., an area where cabinet makers were known for their finishes and woodworking techniques, according to antique columnist Roy Booth.
If events of Sept. 11 make you nervous about the U.S. food supply, get to know a local farmer, says this letter writer.
Each week “Farm and Dairy” challenges readers to identify a small tool or gadget.
A letter signed by 34 members of the Damascas Ruritan Club calls attention to the safety of a one-line bridge in Butler Township of Columbiana County.
Ohio State Grange disputes Farm Bureau figures from an article in the Oct. 18 “Farm and Dairy” on dairy compacts.
Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb gives tribute where tribute is due.
Antique columnist Roy Booth writes about waffles and wafers.
Ashtabula County dairy farmer cites strong support for dairy compacts in Ohio.
Ernie Oelker, agricultural extension agent in Columbiana County, discusses the factors and formulas involved in figuring a fair price for ear corn.
Each week “Farm and Diary” takes a look at what was making news in years gone by.
Each week Farm and Diary takes a look at what was making news in years gone by.
Columbiana County makes an appeal for support of United Way.
Each week Farm and Dairy challenges readers to identify a small tool or gadget.
Antique columnist Roy Booth writes of the most elderly of dolls and most enduring of the dolls collectors love to have.
The executive director of the Northeast Dairy Compact Commission writes to clarify possible misunderstandings about the compact reported in Farm and Dairy.
Farm and Family Living columnist Laurie Marlatt Steeb writes about a recent experience coming face to face with what a school prom means these days.
Since June of 2000, 4.1 billion pounds of “producer milk not historically associated with F.O. 33″ has been pooled on the order – but less than 3 percent was actually delivered to F.O. 33.
Antique columnist Roy Booth writes about the vast world of pure enjoyment in collecting that lied somewhere between the pack rat and the forced decisions on what to discard.