Thursday, October 27, 2016

The administration's new relief package could give some farmers a break.

Reader believes the Bush administration is a wolf in sheep's clothing once you look beyond the rhetoric.

Organic farming is a good business decision for farmers, says the chairman of The Rodale Institute.

Now, nearly 59 years after his P-38 Lightning aircraft was shot down, Carl Hoenshell's remains returned home.

Many new prospective buyers from Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and North Carolina attended a firearms auction May 3 in Carrollton, Ohio.

A World War II amphibious vessel will serve as a floating memorial, making a maiden educational voyage on the Mississippi and Ohio rivers this summer.

Debate continues on a proposed packer ban on livestock ownership.

The next two to four weeks should reveal how serious of a problem slug feeding will become.

Livestock specialist says U.S. beef consumers didn't flinch in response to mad cow disease in Canada.

Avis McMillan's veins were filled with as much printer's ink as blood.
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