Friday, December 2, 2016

While the Farm Science Review typically boasts the biggest, newest, sleekest equipment to catch farmers' fancy, the true horsepower was at a horse plowing contest.

The public's increasing intolerance of agricultural odors has producers and researchers scrambling to find solutions.

Two Iowa State Fair exhibitors have been stripped of their ribbons and premium money.

Marlin Perkins would be proud: Editor Susan Crowell shares animal tales.

The Center for Small Farms targets an unfilled niche at Ohio's Farm Science Review.

The new farm bill is driving change in farmland rental agreements.

Forty-eight percent of U.S. farms now have Internet access.

Two definitions of 'sustainable' at root of rift.

Ohio pumpkin producers battled downy mildew this year, the worst in 25 years.

Ohio Sate kicks off a year-long pilot program to incorporate soy biodiesel into university transportation.
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