On the eve of the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition, Harry A. Alden, a microscopist from the Smithsonian Center for Material Research and Education will speak as a part of the Carnegie Mellon University lecture series.
Silage bags can save farmers from initial costs plus up to $10,000 a year, while greatly reducing the risks from falls and silage gas.
Work is progressing on a proposed 10,000-cow dairy farm to be built within Canton city limits.
Dairymen must make a conscious effort to prevent overcrowding, frequent group changes and rough handling, which impact each cow’s ability to achieve efficient reproductive performance.
Dairy producers can see how feed consumption, milk production and manure production are clues to a cow’s past and future health and productivity.
Feeding hay costs more than twice as much per pound of gain or any other economic measurement.
The madrigal group Tapestries will entertain during a program Nov. 19, 6:30 p.m., at the Howland Branch of the Warren-Trumbull County Public Library.
Sebring Historical Society recently held its general meeting and learned a history lesson on Sebring, Ohio, and the Civil War.
Dick Potts received special recognition for his work with trees on his farm in Holmes County.
A simple, easy-to-make ladybug trap may have people beating a path to Joe Kovach’s Web site.