It’s hard for young Audra and Jackie Plumley of Burton to show their dairy cattle this show season, in the wake of their father’s death, but they’re using the opportunity to raise awareness and funds for PanCAN, a non-profit group that supports pancreatic cancer research.
The current pollination stage of most corn in the region’s fields is a critical time in the crop’s development.
More Americans are becoming interested in alternative medicine. And acceptance by mainstream health care providers is growing, too.
Editor Susan Crowell mulls the oddities of human nature and governments.
A new youth-oriented video on dairy show ethics is available through the Holstein Foundation.
This week, Farm and Dairy continues its timeline of activities, events and people who shaped the first 100 years of the 4-H youth development program.
The presence of the soybean aphid marks the third year it has been found in Ohio, and each season has brought more questions rather than answers in the challenge to effectively control the insect.
A temporary exhibit at Pittsburgh’s Fort Pitt Museum examines the chief differences in the material cultures of the Eastern Woodland Indians and the Western Plains Indians.
This fungus and the disease it causes, Dutch elm disease, is one of the most devastating shade tree diseases in the United States, and the disease has not left Ohio unmarred.
Former 4-H’er Tiney McComb and his wife, Helena, along with his bank based in Gahanna, Ohio, pledged $50,000 to the new Ohio 4-H Center to be built on the OSU campus in Columbus.