Tuesday, December 1, 2015

An elk on a Manitowoc County, Wis., farm has tested positive for chronic wasting disease.

Economically important species such as red oaks are not regenerating.

The first wildflower to materialize on Ohio's wintry landscape is the skunk cabbage.

USDA announces key signup dates for farm bill crop and other disaster programs.

Interest in twin row corn is surging and the system may offer some agronomic and financial benefits.

A new online seminar looks critically at the history of Pennsylvania.

The show is an indoor show featuring more than 100 dealers and collectors.

As the temperatures rise and the snow and ice melt, some pond owners are getting a big surprise: dead fish.

The latest techniques from the world of mechanical engineering are now being applied to the human body.

Dr. Charles W. Lifer, former state 4-H leader, received Ohio State University's Distinguished Service Award.