Thursday, October 27, 2016

Teaming up with powerful people is not how agriculture should conduct its business.

Haflingers can do the work of draft horses, but they don't embody the typical draft horse image. At least not physically.

Reader responds to "Landowner shoots horse" article.

The farm's cows will cross the auction block next week, but farm owners say there's still more life in their Geauga County farm.

Consumer demand for beef has remained relatively stable and strong regardless of the BSE scare in Canada.

In the past four years, Rubel estimates he's raised 2,500 chickens and a couple hundred turkeys.

Participants will encounter abolitionists, free blacks, slavecatchers, runaway slaves, and everyday citizens of the Cuyahoga Valley on the tour.

Readers comment on the topic of a recent Tontimonia column.

Through newer technology and the development of polylactic acid, researchers use the crop and its by-products in everything from carpets to clothes to carryout containers.

July event will be a combination reunion and antique milk truck show.
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