Functional foods – like Emeril Lagasse says on his hit cooking show – “kick it up a notch” and offer a little extra something beyond basic nutrition.
It is possible to get maximum production without going broke, even with high feed costs, low milk prices and low forage quality.
Experts at the recent Eastern Ohio Grassland Conference in Guernsey County were able to sift through the details and offer the following hints for graziers.
‘Let’s Talk About It’ prostate cancer prevention program will be at the Youngstown Community Health Center in Youngstown.
The Warren-Trumbull County Public Library will have an assortment of nostalgic kitchen items on display through Nov. 9.
Nicole Hosfelt’s 112-pound grand champion market wether goat was sold for a winning bid of $1,000.
Rittberger Limousin of Zanesville, Ohio, topped entries in five divisions of Limousin cattle at the show.
Ohio University-Zanesville’s fourth annual conference, “The Women of Appalachia, Their Heritage and Accomplishments,” will be Oct. 24-26 in Zanesville, Ohio.
Although it might be tempting to pull a deep ripping implement across their fields, farmers shouldn’t underestimate the soil loosening power of nature.
Rob Calvert of Mercer, Pa., walked away with five of the seven champion awards in the wool competition.