One Portage County 4-H’er has turned personal struggle into show ring championships.
The three-year drought has returned, causing worries and reacing crisis proportions in many areas.
A combination of beginner’s luck, good fortune and known-how helped eight young people exhibit and sell their grand and reserve champion livestock projects at the Ohio State Fair.
The National Imperial Glass Collectors Society will hold the public auction Oct. 10.
Despite drought conditions, many fields still thrive and yield highly due to irrigation techniques.
Millers feel biotechnology has a future in agriculture, but aren’t willing to risk markets on genetically modified wheat now.
A recent study found college students are suffering more classroom anxiety.
The first thing Ohio Agriculture Director Fred L. Dailey did with the ODA’s Livestock Environmental Permitting Program was to revoke Buckeye Egg Farm’s operating permits.
Due to low and variable yields, some farmers will experience low or negative farm income in 2002.
Ohio farmers may be concerned over the effects warm, dry conditions are having on their crops, but they should also take note of the impacts heat stress can have on livestock.