Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Visitors to this year's event, Sept. 16-18, will see much more than conventional production agriculture products.

Don't put your eggs all in one basket when it comes to choosing wheat varieties for next year's growing season.

USDA plant collectors' expedition is caught in historical photo albums at the National Agricultural Library.

Here's a complete schedule of field demonstrations and seminars offered during the Review.

Trees take 60 to 100 years to grow. Isn't it worth it to spend a little time properly planning your timber sale?

Katey Lora's Holstein was champion of all dairy breeds at the 2003 Canfield Fair junior fair dairy show.

Green soybeans, known as edamame, are bred specifically to eat as a vegetable.

A lightning strike ignited dry bales, which smoldered for at least five hours before igniting.

Milking cows once a day may give farmers an opportunity to pursue other interests, reduce stress and finally have time for a nap.

Twelve-year-old Mark Riley from Ashtabula County used his first $5,000 USDA Farm Service Agency youth loan to buy four Holsteins.
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