A group of four dairy co-ops and four individual dairy farmers in the Upper Midwest filed a complaint in U.S. District Court of eastern Wisconsin to stop the implementation of the amended Mideast Milk Marketing Order
The College of Wooster will mark the one-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with two commemorative events.
Although Wayne Patterson couldn’t have known he was destined to become an auction hall-of-famer, the western Pennsylvania auctioneer immediately had a knack for the business.
Since 1983, Charles Goldner, a single dad and tool and die maker, has adopted nine sons and has also been a dedicated foster parent to 14.
Eight Ohio farm families will receive Ohio’s 2002 Outstanding Century Farm Awards.
After five years of intense research and restoration work, George Washington’s gristmill at Mount Vernon opened earlier this year.
Enforcing NAFTA could be a powerful economic stimulus package and anti-terrorism tool.
The mindset that beef cows should be fed hay in the winter eats up farm profits. Alternative feeding methods can reduce cost without affecting productivity, and August is the time to start thinking about them.
The Indiana Chapter of the American Political Items Collectors will host a convention Sept. 14 in Indianapolis.
A new Web site takes all of the federal government’s sales of property, real estate, cars, souvenirs, books, gifts and auctions and organizes it on one easy-to-read-and-navigate page.