Sunday, June 26, 2016

ammonia and hydrogen sulfide, which can affect human health if they're at high levels.

Lambs came from four states for Ohio State Fair Performance Tested Market Lamb Contest.

William B. Darrow, of Honey Grove, Pa., commits money to support programs in the College of Agricultural Sciences.

The Crawford Auto-Aviation Museum will take seven of its vehicles on two tours through the state of Ohio this summer.

Reader questions whether the community benefits from the large farm facilities over the long run.

Local governments would be prevented from regulating large farms if the governor signs a concentrated animal feeding facilities bill.

The 2003 old car and truck show ice cream social will be July 13 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Opponents said the legislation is masquerading as a food safety issue, when it's not.

Ohio plots are the longest, continuously maintained no-till plots in the world.

The extremely large number of cows and the tremendous amount of manure to be managed on large farms is an awesome task, especially if it is thrust on dairymen who are used to a more reasonable size operation.
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