Wayne Carmony and Wayne Carmony Jr. passed the importance of conserving natural resources on to Stan Carmony.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on the bleak outlook for milk prices and tries to find survival advice for farmers.
Ohio’s largest coin show, the Ohio Coin Exposition, will be Nov. 22-24 in Richfield, Ohio.
The decision by Florida voters to end the use of sow gestation stalls in that state will affect the entire country.
A Portage County family hopes offering a reward of more than $6,000 will help uncover information regarding the death of their miniature horse in early November.
On the eve of the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition, Harry A. Alden, a microscopist from the Smithsonian Center for Material Research and Education will speak as a part of the Carnegie Mellon University lecture series.
Work is progressing on a proposed 10,000-cow dairy farm to be built within Canton city limits.
Ellis Hawkins of New Waterford, Ohio, uncovered a sweet potato that weighed 8 1/5 pounds.
Silage bags can save farmers from initial costs plus up to $10,000 a year, while greatly reducing the risks from falls and silage gas.
Dairy producers can see how feed consumption, milk production and manure production are clues to a cow’s past and future health and productivity.