Tuesday, June 27, 2017

FARGO, N.D. - Midsummer means the calves should be maximizing gain at 20 to 30 pounds per week. Recent seasonal rains have made the cows walking milk machines, which should continue as long as there is adequate forage quantity and quality.

SMITHFIELD, Ohio - If Jefferson County 4-H and FFA members were stranded on an island last week, what are the two things they'd have been sure to bring with them? Their livestock projects and plenty of buyers, which is exactly what the young people brought to Friendship Park bidders' pavilion Aug.

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Any Pennsylvania resident who uses liquid fuels in agricultural production is eligible for a tax refund.

SALEM, Ohio - The Butler Farm Show junior market livestock auction took place on a gloomy, cool evening that felt like a fall night rather than the beginning of August.

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Although the pawpaw is native to the eastern and central United States, it is a surprisingly well-kept secret.

SALEM, Ohio - Clashing farmers and local officials in Pennsylvania may soon be heading to the negotiating table instead of the courtroom.

COLUMBUS - Ask 16-year-old Jamie Banbury of Knox County the highlight of her summer, her year, her life, and she'll tell you about the 2004 Ohio State Fair.

DIAMOND BAR, Calif. - A California air quality agency may adopt the nation's first regulation to reduce odor from the waste generated by more than 250,000 dairy cows, primarily concentrated in the Chino area.

COLUMBUS, Ohio - Today, man does not have to live by wheat bread alone - at least in central Ohio. Healthyhearth bread, a new soy-based bread that resulted from research of Ohio State University food scientists, is believed to be the first commercially available bread with enough soy in it to carry the Food and Drug Administration's heart-healthy label.
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