Monday, February 27, 2017

MARYSVILLE, Ohio - Some people look at a large livestock farm's manure storage pond and just see waste.

WASHINGTON - Home from college on spring break, Mike Johanns was helping his father on his family's Iowa dairy farm when a cow started frothing at the mouth and went down.

CORTLAND, Ohio - Northwestern Ohio cattlemen haul their fat cattle to northeastern Ohio slaughterhouses and pocket premiums up to $80 per head.

SALEM, Ohio - With air pollution accusations mounting against farms across the nation, a federal agency plans to get farmers to open themselves to scrutiny, research and governmental oversight.

REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio - A change in the state's emerald ash borer quarantine now prohibits the movement of all nonconiferous firewood out of regulated areas in Ohio and Michigan, announced Ohio Department of Agriculture Director Fred Dailey.

HARRISBURG, Pa. - The 2005 Sale of Champions and Junior Livestock Sale proved a resounding success as the gavel dropped at the 89th Pennsylvania Farm Show with buyers, exhibitors and onlookers filling the standing-room only arena.

CHARLOTTE - The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation was recognized for outstanding achievements in 2004 during the annual meeting of the American Farm Bureau Federation, Jan.

HARRISBURG, Pa. - It is difficult to ignore the recent tsunami devastation headlining the media. That disaster raises the question: What can be done in our own country, state, county and town to protect our animals in the event of a natural or manmade disaster?

SALEM, Ohio - The results from last week's vote on Ohio's beef checkoff aren't in yet but Ohio Cattlemen's Association Executive Director Elizabeth Harsh already feels optimistic.

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Talks between the United States and Japan about the reopening of Japan's market to U.
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