Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Curt Lorentz's 132-pound champion market lamb for $9 a pound to Loudonville Farmer's Equity.

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell says discussion needs to start focusing on opportunities farmers have to raise and sell what they grow.

Officials say the new Samuel E. Hayes Jr. Livestock Evaluation Center is one of the world's largest agricultural facilities.

Bidding stayed hot and heavy Aug. 22 at the 2003 Hookstown Fair.

Sale prices stayed strong as always at Washington County Fair's junior livestock sale in Washington, Pa.

A $38,000 leap in the sale's total led to an all-time $245,000 high.

I never thought that I would live long enough to see a president worse than Lyndon Johnson.

Clues at the scene showed the vandals used the farmer's own chute to load the animals into a trailer.

Late plantings, a wet summer and cooler-than-normal daytime temperatures are adding up to a disease-ridden, nonproductive soybean crop.

Scientists need help tracking location of fields infested with apple of Peru.
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