Ag economist Carl Zulauf’s words are sure to raise some eyebrows: Droughts don’t always cause financial hardship for farmers.
The program would allow farmers to remain competitive in paying for their manure to be hauled and maintain ground and water quality.
The new federal standard for child restraint installation, known as the LATCH system, is required in all newly manufactured vehicles since Sept. 1.
At least one animal scientist thinks there’s big potential for a U.S. dairy-sheep industry.
The Dennison Railroad Depot Museum will celebrate the return to service of steam locomotive #6325 Sept. 13.
Investigation on organ donor, transplants continues in the South.
Bob Evans and Joel Salatin will keynote the annual Country Living Field Day Sept. 28 in Carroll County, Ohio.
The third of four military conversations with war re-enactors will be at Fort Laurens State Memorial Sept. 14-15, noon to 5 p.m.
After years of classmates teasing her about her speech patterns, Sue Thomas never thought she would be a speaker. Now she speaks to thousands.
Freshwater shrimp are being raised on select farms is the subject of a special Farm Science Review workshop Sept. 17 at the Small Farm Center on the Review grounds near London, Ohio.