Sunday, July 23, 2017

Engineers from the Air Force Research Laboratory designed an advanced robotic trenching tractor, called Robo Trencher, so combat engineers can perform cable trenching and excavation missions in dangerous locations.

Some families spend their free time boating, fishing or playing golf, but for the Hines family of Wooster, their free time is spent feeding, watering, training and showing their Belgian draft horses.

Ohio's corn crop is about two weeks ahead of normal and in good condition.

Sale of champions sees repeat winners and buyers.

Agricultural economists urge producers to weigh the benefits and risks when making fall marketing decisions.

Barb's Bears and Books won a state award in Ohio for the 2002 Make a Difference Day Project, but this great feat was not the beginning nor the end of the Davis' charity.

Reader challenges other dairyment to do their part in stopping milk pooling and depooling.

Jersey dairyman's farm swallowed by development but his legacy lives on

Scio Livestock Auction, believed to be Ohio's oldest livestock auction barn, changed ownership July 8.

As the national beef checkoff sits in limbo, Ohio is making sure its state marketing dollars are secure.
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