A charity auction to benefit the St. Martin’s Episcopal Church in Chagrin Falls will be held Sept. 14.
This hasn’t been a good year for farming, but there are still factors that you control that dictate your farm’s profitability, reminds editor Susan Crowell in her commentary this week.
The Columbiana county area around U.S. weather observer Ed Copeland’s station went 20 days with only 0.47 inches of rain in August, and in that period 14 days had temperatures in the 90s.
Bob Evans and Joel Salatin will keynote the annual Country Living Field Day Sept. 28 in Carroll County, Ohio.
Ohio can make its claim to 4-H history by being the home of A.B. Graham, the school principal dubbed “Father of 4-H.” However, with each father, there is a mother. And this mother, the “Mother of 4-H,” lived just on the opposite end of the Corn Belt.
Indiana Farm Bureau will change the name of Agway Insurance to Countryway Insurance Company.
If your purpose in farming is to earn a living for your family, how do you know if your hard work is paying off? Knowing your cost of production is a key to successful farming.
Transporting horses for long distances can be a contributing factor in the development of respiratory disease, which can last long after the trip is over.
For years, more than 100 pilots and members of the Northeastern Ohio Balloon Pilots Association have depended on farmers and rural landowners to provide landing spots for the balloons.
A Wellsburg woman is turning her green thumb into good works for others.