If your purpose in farming is to earn a living for your family, how do you know if your hard work is paying off? Knowing your cost of production is a key to successful farming.
For years, more than 100 pilots and members of the Northeastern Ohio Balloon Pilots Association have depended on farmers and rural landowners to provide landing spots for the balloons.
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.
A Wellsburg woman is turning her green thumb into good works for others.
A Massey Ferguson tractor plowed through the world plowing record by plowing 620.899 acres of French fields in 24 hours.
More than 250 people attended the Cactus Hill AQHA Quarter Horse dispersal auction in Dellroy, Ohio, Aug. 8.
The annual Farm Science Review continues to grow and provide information for just about everyone, from aquaculture farmer to zucchini grower. Editor Susan Crowell hopes to see you there.
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.
State and federal lab tests have confirmed nine more cases of West Nile virus infection in Ohio horses.
Stark County 4-H and FFA’ers cap 2002 project year at Stark County Fair.