WASHINGTON — Agricultural areas need to closely monitor levels of the herbicide atrazine in groundwater, but a new model indicates the risk is lower than previously suspected.
U.S. farmers are likely to consider returning their farmland to crops rather than participating in CRP, even with a signing increase to $150 an acre from $100.
The National Farmers Union says the Market-Driven Inventory System (MDIS) would save tax dollars and still provide a farm safety net.
With nearly 130 Ohio companies already producing biobased products, the bill, introduced March 5, would support Ohio’s emerging biobased-manufacturing industry and encourage the development and manufacturing of new biobased products.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A Web-based seminar sponsored by Penn State Extension will examine municipalities’ roles related to water use and protection in the face of burgeoning Marcellus Shale gas development in Pennsylvania.
You may have already bought your soybean seed, but double check to make sure you have what you need to fight diseases.
In Pennsylvania, changes in dairy cow numbers between 2007 and 2010 seem to be associated with the level of Marcellus drilling activity.
OBERLIN, Ohio — The New Agrarian Center and NEOFoodWeb.org are hosting the Local Food Summit 2012 March 12, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Lorain County Community College’s Sptizer Center, 1005 N. Abbe Road, Elyria, Ohio.
COLUMBUS — Organic products certified in the United States or in Europe may be sold as organic in either region starting June 1.
In-school meat processing labs opening across West Virginia.