Antiques in the Woods, Sept. 7-8, features more than 80 antique and collectible dealers, who display and sell their products in a wooded setting.
With the anniversary of the Sept. 11 tragedy approaching, many Ohio destinations have planned events to honor and pay tribute to those who lost their lives that day.
More than 250 people attended the Cactus Hill AQHA Quarter Horse dispersal auction in Dellroy, Ohio, Aug. 8.
Transporting horses for long distances can be a contributing factor in the development of respiratory disease, which can last long after the trip is over.
Farm and Dairy is developing two separate article series and would like to hear from readers.
Stan Hywet’s annual fall festival has handmade arts and crafts, food and entertainment – all with a Renaissance theme.
Six homes on Salem’s historic South Lincoln Avenue will be part of the Salem Preservation Society’s sixth annual candlelight home tour Oct. 4-5.
As Farm and Dairy wraps up its 4-H centennial timeline and historical look at the first 100 years of the 4-H youth program, we’d like to hear from readers about their 4-H experience.
A Wellsburg woman is turning her green thumb into good works for others.
Livestock manure can be a valuable asset or a costly liability. Producers attending the Manure Science Review tried to sort fact from fiction after attending once session led by an attorney.