Wednesday, August 16, 2017

SALEM, Ohio - John Sargent knows both sides of the coin when it comes to buying and selling beef calves.

NEW GARDEN, Ohio - A surprised Paul Zehentbauer accepted the Columbiana County Farm Bureau's Distinguished Service Award during the organization's annual meeting Sept.

WASHINGTON - Scientists from the USDA Forest Service reported Hurricane Katrina damaged or destroyed approximately 19 billion board feet of timber estimated at a value of $5 billion in Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana.

CANTON, Ohio - After donating their time and effort to the Farm Bureau for more than 40 years, Herb and Doris Snyder received the Distinguished Service Award from the Stark County Farm Bureau.

See who took top honors in the steer, hog and lamb competitions at this year's Wayne County Fair.

WASHINGTON - Nightcrawlers may be at least partly responsible for the sometimes rapid movement of liquid manure and chemicals through soil to underground drainage pipes.

See who took top honors in the steer, hog and lamb competitions at this year's Big Knob fair.

SALEM, Ohio - The ethanol industry is one step closer to calling Ohio home. The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency issued a permit to install to Coshocton Ethanol, LLC, Aug.

WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, Ohio - Heard all this news lately about animal identification and trace-back, being able to pinpoint an animal's origin and track it through the production process? Joseff Cockrill has, and he's not all that intrigued.

See who took top honors in the steer, hog and lamb competitions at this year's Crawford (Pa.) County Fair.
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