Thursday, May 5, 2016

If you're hosting schoolchildren to your farm this spring, teach hygiene along with farm life lessons.

A handmade quilt can evoke memories of family and tradition. But a quilt can also be dynamic and modern.

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on higher machinery and equipment costs due to a rule proposed by the Bush administration.

Before there were overpaid professional players, overpriced seats, or over-budget stadiums there was vintage base ball.

Ohio research tells breeders which cultivar samples are best for on-farm production.

The Ohio State Fair is looking for Ohio high school marching bands to participate in the daily parade during the 150th Ohio State Fair.

Strong export sales have kept current soybean prices high. Futures prices for this fall, however, are 75 cents per bushel lower.

Firefighters participating in the new agriculture rescue training program in Pennsylvania are learning how to save farmers.

The Oklahoma Securities Department filed the $14 million lawsuit against B&B Worm Farms.

Warmer temperatures and little rainfall allowed farmers to complete more field work in mid-April.
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