Tuesday, July 25, 2017

LONDON, Ohio - Ohio farmers keep several traditions alive each time they plant crops or feed livestock.

(Last of a three-part series) SALEM, Ohio - If you are going to care for a horse, what are you going to do with the huge amount of manure generated by your horse? To be exact, a 1,000-pound horse produces up to 9 tons of manure a year, according to Ann Swinker, a Penn State University Extension horse specialist.

LONDON, Ohio - Hay is an important feed ingredient for the region's livestock producers, but it's also an important commodity for the nation's 12,000+ commercial hay growers.

ASHLAND, Ohio - Good weather and an excellent lineup of livestock combined for a high-selling two-day auction to mark the end of the 2004 Ashland County Fair.

Novel Farm Science Review exhibitors offer more to look at than just equipment.

LONDON, Ohio - Ohio's top conservation farm families for 2004 were honored for their long-standing dedication to natural resource conservation on the land they farm during ceremonies Sept.

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.
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