Rittberger Limousin of Zanesville, Ohio, topped entries in five divisions of Limousin cattle at the show.
Ohio University-Zanesville’s fourth annual conference, “The Women of Appalachia, Their Heritage and Accomplishments,” will be Oct. 24-26 in Zanesville, Ohio.
Although it might be tempting to pull a deep ripping implement across their fields, farmers shouldn’t underestimate the soil loosening power of nature.
Nicole Hosfelt’s 112-pound grand champion market wether goat was sold for a winning bid of $1,000.
Rob Calvert of Mercer, Pa., walked away with five of the seven champion awards in the wool competition.
Alumni from The Ohio State University College of Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences are invited to attend a special program highlighting the Department of Animal Sciences at Fallfest 2002, Oct. 26.
The Youngstown-Cleveland chapter of the Children’s International Summer Village still has openings for children 13-14 and their families to participate in this year’s interchange program with Brazil.
This designation will make farmers in all 88 counties eligible for disaster assistance in the form of emergency low-interest loans.
On a gray December morning nearly 100 years ago, Orville and Wilbur Wright stood atop Kill Devil Hill hoping to prove to the world that powered, manned flight was possible. They did just that in December 2003.
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