Monday, July 25, 2016

Barb's Bears and Books won a state award in Ohio for the 2002 Make a Difference Day Project, but this great feat was not the beginning nor the end of the Davis' charity.

Reader challenges other dairyment to do their part in stopping milk pooling and depooling.

Jersey dairyman's farm swallowed by development but his legacy lives on

Scio Livestock Auction, believed to be Ohio's oldest livestock auction barn, changed ownership July 8.

The Ohio Department of Agriculture is reminding exhibitors to take a close look at livestock exhibition laws and rules to prevent mistakes punishable by law.

Gone are the days when simply running the township or county dump accounted for local trash disposal policy.

The ruling was decided on narrow grounds and gave something to both parties.

Regional rootstock project aims for higher yields.

The 47th National Heifer Sale on Independence Day 2004 averaged $3,543.55 with 62 head sold.

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell wonders if ag establishments can resond to the changing face of agriculture.
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