Drought conditions impacting more than half of the contiguous United States are generating more market uncertainty than normal.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman is trying to clear up some of the confusion about what information will be needed to establish updated farm yields.
Protect your farm or agribusiness from being hit by anhydrous ammonia thieves.
Noble County junior fair exhibitors wrapped up their project years Aug. 31 at the large and small animal sales at the Noble County Fair.
Ohio will receive $1.4 million for farmland preservation and $4 in wetlands protection.
One might think a farm is the last place a drug maker and thief would hit. Not so.
The Ohio Department of Agriculture is offering free nitrate testing of drought-stressed cornstalks.
The Columbiana county area around U.S. weather observer Ed Copeland’s station went 20 days with only 0.47 inches of rain in August, and in that period 14 days had temperatures in the 90s.
Ground was broken Sept. 7 on the Ohio State University campus for The Nationwide and Ohio Farm Bureau 4-H Center.
This hasn’t been a good year for farming, but there are still factors that you control that dictate your farm’s profitability, reminds editor Susan Crowell in her commentary this week.