Tuesday, October 25, 2016

WOOSTER, Ohio — A national effort to protect one of the America’s most-valued food crops will include two scientists from The College of Wooster.Dean...

Bat declines in the Northeast, the region most severely affected by white-nose syndrome so far, have exceeded 70 percent.

For updates, click here.SHARON CENTER, Ohio -- A Medina County farmer can now operate the anhydrous ammonia tank he installed on his grain farm...

A regional/national initiative to address the sustainability of the Mississippi River basin, which is critical to the country and the world, can serve as an international model for the sustainability of other rivers.

Large crowd attends care board meeting to voice opinions ... most appear content with decision.

FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- Ohio State, Purdue and Michigan State universities are partnering to present the 20th annual Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference April 19-20...

'Stacked' Bt corn hybrids use has increased significantly since 2006, reaching 47 percent of U.S. planted corn acres in 2010. But there's concern refuge compliance is eroding.

Following the finding of a TB-positive white-tailed deer in Michigan, any cattle, bison, and cervid farms within a 10-mile radius around where the deer was harvested must complete testing for bovine TB in the next six months.

As global food prices surge to their highest levels in years, climbing worldwide competition for feed grains could make 2011 an important growing season for U.S. livestock farms.

No radiation levels of concern have been detected in the U.S. from the nuclear reactor emissions in Japan.
Get 4 Weeks of Farm and Dairy Home Delivered Sign Up for your FREE Trial
Hello. Add your message here.