Eighty-nine cows and 16 workers have tested positive for bovine tuberculosis exposure at a 3,700-cow dairy farm in Tulare, Calif.
An innovative use of sunflowers could reduce America’s dependence on imported latex, natural rubber and manufactured rubber products.
Wet fields have prevented Ohio’s tomato and other vegetable crop producers from planting in a timely manner, which may result in reduced yields.
Farmers will save valuable time at the county level following a decision in Washington to give NRCS and FSA the flexibility to proceed locally without the formal approval of the other agency.
Pennsylvania is offering nutrient management grants for livestock producers, up to $75,000.
The Wellsburg (W.Va.) Historical Railroad Society is sponsoring its last bus trip of the season this time to ride the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad.
Volume buying and cash discounts are saving a group of Erie County dairymen big bucks.
The U.S. Senate killed an amendment that would have permanently repealed the death tax.
Marketing, breeding, pasture management and attention to details equals success for this Pa. sheep producer.
The Kensington-based L.J. Hay deals in hay and straw in small square bales, large square bales and round bales, most of it raised on their eastern Ohio farm.