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.
Slippery Rock University hopes to offer students fresh vegetables by working with local farmers, and, meanwhile, help to sustain local agriculture.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park lecture series kicks off with an anniversary look at the Wright Brothers.
The 6th annual Tri-State Conservation Tillage conference will be held Jan. 28 at the Radisson Hotel in West Middlesex, Pa., from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Ohio has adopted new educational standards for science and social studies.
A new controlled internal drug release insert, CIDR, is making all the difference in breeding Todd Bennett’s Holsteins.
According to a recent EPA decision, all CAFOs, or large livestock operations, must apply for National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit coverage.