Sunday, March 26, 2017

Economist: When cattle prices are high, don't save more heifers: Sell them!

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell talks about paranoid eating.

Carnes was instrumental in passing legislation to strengthen environmental regulation of industrial mineral and aggregate mining in Ohio.

The rate of salmonella in raw meat and poultry dropped by 66 percent over the past six years and by 16 percent compared with 2002.

Ohio Fresh Eggs received preliminary approval from the Ohio Department of Agriculture to take over more of Buckeye Egg Farm.

Early predictions say Ohio will average 40 bushels of soybeans per acre. Maybe not, says one agronomist.

The debate between farming and development continues in Warren County in northwestern Pennsylvania.

Can a Christmas tree grower enjoy the holiday season? Sure, just ask the Yeagers at Storeyland Christmas Tree Farm in Trumbull County.

Berkshire swine breeders are leading the way toward breed identification tracking.

The first state dues increase since 1987 will add $2.2 million.
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