Starling and sparrow traps better answer than poisoning.
Politics rearing its head at United Local School District board meetings.
‘Separation between church and state’ has been misconstrued, misused and misapplied.
Colorectal cancer survivor emphasizes the need for regular screenings.
Farmers, not Burger King, exemplify the real meaning of what’s “American,” observes this letter writer in response to a recent Alan Guebert column.
Reader wonders whether agriculture will get regulatred out of business.
Reader wants to know why farmers must change their ways as more and more residents move into rural areas.
A reader congratulates the editor on a recent award and compliments her columns.
A community’s outreach leaves Columbiana County farm family thankful, despite health hurdles that remain.
Ohio deer farmer refutes statement that chronic wasting disease is primarily found among captive animals.
The president of Mahoning County Farm Bureau writes that it is getting more difficult to keep the farm in the family.
Pa. farmers have helped push some of the most stringent environmental safeguards in the nation, but a few township officials are imposing their own version of regulations and limitations on agriculture.
Artificial reintroduction of wolves and other predators should not only be a concern out West, but right here in Ohio.
Agriculture lost its voice in the recent Florida ballot issue to prohibit the use of gestation stalls for sows.
UAW Local 1112 retiree urges tri-county residents to take interest in school-funding issue.
Reader is disappointed that Farm and Dairy didn’t support the intent behind the Farm Aid concerts.
“I am lucky and fortunate to be a breast cancer survivor,” writes letter writer Pattie Coplin. “Many women refuse to take a proactive role against breast cancer and ignore the situation completely.”
Don’t spread e-mail hoaxes. Check them out first.
An Indiana reader objects to recent article that pushed pasture over forestland.
Reader says President George Bush’s “recess appointment” of controversial Tom Dorr as undersecretary of agriculture for rural development, after the Senate Ag Committee refused to recommend his confirmation to the full Senate can only be termed a vulgar abuse of power.