WOOSTER, Ohio — The sale committees for the Ohio Holstein Association and the Ohio Ayrshire Breeders Association is giving thanks for many things at the Ohio Multi-Breed Fall Sale held at the Wayne County Fairgrounds Nov. 19.
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio has granted temporary regulatory relief from the hours-of-service requirements for drivers transporting agricultural products within Ohio.
New crop insurance premiums for 2012 should reduce corn farmers’ rates by 7 percent and soybean farmers’ by 9 percent.
New dairy feeding system can scan forages and wirelessly make corrections for ingredient deviations from the recipe.
WASHINGTON — The future of 2012 farm bill is unknown, after the Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction, often called the super committee, failed to reach a compromise Nov. 21.
Deere & Company (John Deere), Moline, Ill., received this year’s Swedish Steel Prize, presented by international steel producer SSAB.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture has designated Erie County, Pa., as a natural disaster area due to excessive rain that occurred between May 1 and June 28, 2011.
CLAAS achieved a new world record for the most wheat harvested in eight hours by harvesting more than 24,832 bushels of wheat.
SALEM, Ohio — Dave and Nancy Hively, of Misty Maples Sugar House in Salem, Ohio, won Best of Show honors at the annual meeting of the North American Maple Syrup Council and the International Maple Syrup Institute.
WOOSTER, Ohio — Ohio State University Extension experts are working to determine how the soybean aphid might affect the 2012 crop.