Sunday, April 30, 2017

Reader says Bush has done better job than Clinton, and can do better than Kerry or Nader.

Ohio legislators may allow Buckeye State farmers to keep and replant seeds with patented technologies.

In Ohio, 97 percent of the farms are owned by families or partnerships; in Pennsylvania, 98 percent.

Although it requires certification, organic wool represents an opportunity for premiums.

Ohio, along with 20 other states, will share in approximately $8 million allocated for the Emergency Conservation Program.

Integrated manure management systems provide new opportunities for dairy producers.

Mill manufactured feed that disqualified 2003 Ohio State Fair champion market lamb.

The $160 million scheme involved victims in several Midwestern states.

Craig Fendrick will retire after 38 years with the Review.

Reader responds to article about child kicked in head by a relative's horse.
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