Friday, September 30, 2016

Milking cows once a day may give farmers an opportunity to pursue other interests, reduce stress and finally have time for a nap.

Twelve-year-old Mark Riley from Ashtabula County used his first $5,000 USDA Farm Service Agency youth loan to buy four Holsteins.

Forage expert coming to Country Living Field Day gives advance workshop.

Improper grain storage can quickly shrivel a producer's investment into a lump of change.

Units will generate enough electricity to power 785 homes.

The small animal sale stole the show at this year's Geauga County Fair market livestock sale.

Ohio facility to use flat pop and beer to make ethanol.

To increase the chances of getting a good stand established in the fall, it is important to stick to the basics.

The Stumptown Steam Threshers Club 41st annual reunion is Sept. 6 and 7.

Producers must make pricing and storage decisions for that portion of their crop not already priced.
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