Sunday, June 25, 2017

The 2003 High Milk award went to John and Susie Lora of Salem, Ohio.

Pest said to be aggressive, difficult to control.

Producers should not take the scenic route across their alfalfa fields during harvest, according to Dan Undersander.

Ohio corn growers intend to plant 3.4 million acres this spring, 100,000 acres more than were planted the previous year.

Two men recognized for their work in the forage industry.

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on Wal-Mart's overwhelming influence.

Cattle producers across the nation can make sure their voices are heard and concerns are addressed as the Mandatory Price Reporting Law is set to be reauthorized.

Illinois study shows composting is feasible method for disposing of swine manure.

A highly sensitive analytical test that detects minute amounts of animal-protein contamination in livestock feed has been developed.

Pennsylvania may have received nursery plants infected with the fungus-like plant pathogen Phytophthora ramorum, also known as Sudden Oak Death.
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