Sunday, May 28, 2017

The on-farm event features sessions on breeding, technology, conservation and more.

State legislation pending in Ohio, Missouri to give farmers freedom to save crop seeds.

Cargill is working to bring an inexpensive genetic test to the common cattleman.

A cow tested "inconclusive" last week for the brain-wasting disease bovine spongiform encephalopathy.

This year's honorees are Harold G. Burke, Maurice L. Allman, the late George D. Curtin Sr., William N. Grafton, the late Harry Lee Kesterson and Edward W. Rock.

The high-tech tool has applications in animal agriculture, according to researchers at Texas A&M.

The Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center will pay some or all of the cost of fencing for qualified farmers in Wayne County.

Nearly half of all existing U.S. ethanol plants are owned by farmers, said Farm Bureau President Bob Stallman.

Whole-plant moisture, chop length and proper packing are important factors when harvesting and storing high-quality corn silage.

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