Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Ohio Farm Bureau leaders have ringside seats for the D.C. action.

Retired University of Akron professor George Knepper will offer a free program on Ohio's Civil War connections in Warren.

As soon as the snow melts, in many areas it will be time to apply nitrogen to wheat.

Despits less-than-ideal traveling conditions the first week of March, the Mid-Ohio Spring Draft Horse Sale at Mount Hope, Ohio, enjoyed near-record attendance and sales.

Cries for energy independence helps ethanol cause, unless another renewable source grabs market.

Darla Huddle admits she isn't the decision maker at H&H Farms in Napoleon, Ohio, but her duties are almost as vast as the more than 2,000 acres they farm.

Ohio State University Extension weed scientists have identified another ALS-resistant weed: common lambsquarters.

Economic development subsidies granted to many businesses may be harming public education.

USDA production forecast complicates predictions for cattle prices the remainder of 2003.

The recent deaths of horses infected with the infectious equine herpesvirus rhinopneumonitis continues to scare horse owners.
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