Sunday, August 20, 2017

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Brisk summer beef sales at grocers' meat counters helped push July-September average slaughter cattle prices 2 percent over year-earlier levels, but year-to-year price gains have likely gone by the wayside, said Kansas State University agricultural economist James Mintert.

COLUMBUS - Now that Ohio has experienced its first frost of the season, growers should spray herbicide treatments in preparation for spring planting.

COLUMBIANA, Ohio - "How are things in the pumpkin world this morning?" Dave McMaster asks the caller at the other end of his cell phone.

WOOSTER, Ohio - Organic livestock production, a growing sector in American farming, is the focus of a satellite broadcast to be aired from 1-3:30 p.

WALNUT CREEK, Ohio - "4-H Volunteers Make Life Sweeter" was the theme for the 2004 Holmes County 4-H Volunteer Recognition banquet Oct.

COSHOCTON, Ohio - A one-time tillage will not cause great soil carbon loss, even though major damage is caused to soil structure.

NEW CASTLE, Pa. - The sandy-haired fourth grader's eyes widened as he rounded the corner of the commercial exhibit building at the Lawrence County Fairgrounds.

KENT, Ohio - Portage Soil and Water Conservation District supervisors broke tradition when they presented the county's 2004 Outstanding Conservationist award to a land development firm.

HARRISBURG, Pa. - Kenneth Bauer of KC Farms in Walkersville, Md., earned top Poland China honors with his swine at the Keystone International Livestock Exposition held at the Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg.

(Editor's note: The All-Dairy Antiques and Collectibles Show is a growing part of Pennsylvania's All-American Dairy Show.
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