New ethanol plants are producing byproducts with higher nutrient content and digestibility.
For the first time, a dominant human allergen has been eliminated from a major food crop through biotechnology.
There is a program at Boeing to take advantage of this available cargo space to help ship much-needed supplies to charitable organizations worldwide.
A new documentary film resurrects the story of two nearly forgotten adventurers, who set out to explore the southern reaches of the Louisiana Territory, while their more famous counterparts trekked west and north.
Haunted by their scary image, Ohio’s bats will be hibernating as cool weather approaches.
The support of area youth continues to grow, as evidenced by support given by livestock buyers at the regino’s county fair junior livestock sales.
Scientists find overfeeding phosphorus has no benefit on cows’ performance but increases phosphorus in manure.
The Franklin County Genealogical and Ohio Historical Society staff will present Acres for Asking: The Public Land Distribution Process Nov. 2 at the Ohio Historical Center in Columbus.
For people who hope to wet their lines in farm ponds next spring, autumn is the time to make their ponds fish-friendly.
Do you remember the premiums offered to early radio program listeners? Columnist Roy Booth does.