The annual Farm Science Review continues to grow and provide information for just about everyone, from aquaculture farmer to zucchini grower. Editor Susan Crowell hopes to see you there.
State and federal lab tests have confirmed nine more cases of West Nile virus infection in Ohio horses.
Stark County 4-H and FFA’ers cap 2002 project year at Stark County Fair.
The second Northeast Regional Small Farm and Rural Living Exposition and Trade Show is a multi-state program modeled similar to Penn State’s Ag Progress Days, but designed for small farm interests.
You might not think of Mahoning County as a large agricultural county, but livestock projects at the Canfield Fair show there’s growing interest coming from a lot of corners.
As Farm and Dairy wraps up its 4-H centennial timeline and historical look at the first 100 years of the 4-H youth program, we’d like to hear from readers about their 4-H experience.
Junior fair exhibitors in Geauga County can thank local buyers for their support – big support, to the tune of $200,800 at this year’s livestock sales.
With the anniversary of the Sept. 11 tragedy approaching, many Ohio destinations have planned events to honor and pay tribute to those who lost their lives that day.
Six homes on Salem’s historic South Lincoln Avenue will be part of the Salem Preservation Society’s sixth annual candlelight home tour Oct. 4-5.
Antiques in the Woods, Sept. 7-8, features more than 80 antique and collectible dealers, who display and sell their products in a wooded setting.