The newest class of inductees to the Ohio State Fair Hall of Fame include E. Denslow Eversole of Baltimore; Richard Lewis of Orient; C. LaVon Shook of Columbus; Ruth Stackhouse of Wakeman; Esta Lee Strauser of Mount Vernon; and Walter M. Burns of Plain City.
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.
USDA’s Adjusted Gross Revenue crop insurance pilot program has expanded to eight counties in Pennsylvania.
The majority of dairy farm operators in all areas of New York state plan to maintain or expand their dairy herds, and are prepared to keep their land in farming through the next generation.
An 1868 barn was dismantled near Alliance, but will be given new life as a barn-home near Wadsworth next year.
Development of replacement ewe lambs over the summer prior to breeding has an impact on the overall productivity of the flock.
Consumption is outpacing crop production in the United States and other grain-growing nations for the first time in years.
Producers, livestock exhibitors and youth will be introduced to optional methods of tail docking sheep during the Ohio State Fair in August.
The 2002 Butler County Farm Tour Oct. 5 will give visitors an inside look at four diverse operations in the county.
The Columbiana County Historical Association and the Columbiana County Agricultural Society selected five individuals to induct into the Columbiana County Agricultural Hall of Fame.