The USDA proposed to amend its regulations to give the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service authority to pay 100 percent of the costs for purchase, destruction and disposition of animals should they become affected with foot-and-mouth disease.
Mahoning Valley Historical Society will host its 127th annual meeting and dinner June 18 to show artifacts from the society’s permanent collection.
Ethanol has received tax breaks since the mid-1970s and yet still remains unable to compete economically with gasoline without tax breaks. A new study hopes to find out if subsidies help farmers and consumers alike.
Just as new employee evaluations occur during the first 30 days of employment, an “on-the-job” bull evaluation should be performed early in the breeding season.
Wheat production in Ohio has been in a steady decline since 1996.
Bryan and Kevin Richael are owners and partners of a farm with a state-of-art milking parlor and new freestall barn that houses their newly expanded 300-head commercial Holstein herd.
Previously convicted cattle thief Christopher Gray was sentenced May 30 to serve five years in the Correctional Reception Center in Orient, Ohio.
Colonial Williamsburg’s Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum will display an exhibition of bed coverlets from the private collection of Foster and Muriel McCarl of Beaver Falls, Pa.
Dairy farmers can close a loophole that has cost producers in Mideast marketing area $98 million in lost income since June 2000.
This year’s Canfield Fair grandstand headliners will include Lee Greenwood, Sandi Patty, Journey with Peter Frampton, and Kenny Chesney.