Friday, December 9, 2016

LONDON, Ohio - U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman made another stop in Ohio last week, speaking to 600 people attending the annual Farm Science Review "Vice President's Luncheon" Sept.

LONDON, Ohio - Chances are your basement has finally drained and the puddles outside are starting to dry up, but have your pastures recovered from the recent rains and flooding? Probably not completely, says Clif Little, an Ohio State Extension grazing specialist.

SALEM, Ohio - Ohio and Pennsylvania dairy farmers may continue to get help with their milk check.

WELLINGTON, Ohio - Thomas A. Chester, 49, of Wellington, Ohio, died Friday, Sept. 24, 2004, of injuries sustained in an automobile accident.

BARNESVILLE, Ohio - The largest pumpkin at the 2004 Barnesville Pumpkin Festival Sept. 23-26 was this 909-pound giant grown by Todd Skinner of Barnesville.

LONDON, Ohio - Standing in a sea of John Deere green and yellow at last week's Farm Science Review, Barry Nelson was seeing gray.

COLUMBUS - As the U.S. presidential campaign heads into the home stretch, the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation's political action committee launched a Web site to push farmer turnout at the polls.

RAVENNA, Ohio - Ken and Peg Royer sat in the seat of honor at this year's Portage County Farm Bureau annual meeting.

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Professors at Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine performed two procedures on a 23-year-old thoroughbred that saved the horse's life and set a precedent for the diagnosis and treatment of a kidney tumor.

DOVER, Ohio - Teaching the public about forest resources, and raising money to help treat and prevent illnesses and injury for children, are the focus of the 9th annual Forest Heritage Festival.
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