Owners of a miniature horse found dead due to natural causes at Berlin Lake are offering a reward for further information.
Corn and soybean prices could become more volatile beginning in March as the market refocuses on U.S. production prospects for 2003, said a University of Illinois Extension marketing specialist.
Despite new soybean varieties, growers still need to monitor soybean cyst nematodes due to resistant varieties becoming ineffective.
An historic guidebook for the Cleveland area’s Valley Railway has been reprinted and is now available to the public.
An intensive workshop on antique furniture will be offered at the restored Winterthur estate in Delaware in March.
A hoof care clinic will be held Jan. 9 at noon at Frostburg Farm near New Bethlehem, Pa.
The fundamental nature of commercial agriculture has changed thanks to rapid advances in biotechnology and the swift adoption of genetically engineered seeds.
Readers may be interested to hear how Chrissy Carroll is doing in her continued fight against cancer and her efforts to keep her horse, Angel.
Consumers are not ready for space-age technology, such as “drive-by-wire,” they just want to know they are safer on the road.
A growing season filled with environmental stresses – from a wet spring, to a dry summer, to severe insect infestations – may have an advantage: It puts corn hybrids to the test.