Thursday, October 20, 2016

The initial investment in the horse is only a small portion of the actual cost of ownership.

Despite the rains, Ohio farmers are 21 days ahead of last year in planting.

There is a network that links community members, a foundation that nurtures its young people. Editor Susan Crowell hopes the "sense of community" will continue.

The Bicentennial Wagon Train will journey across the state June 21-July 14.

A new program says it will balance supply with demand in the dairy marketplace and improve the prices that farmers receive for their milk.

U.S. says moratorium imposed without scientific basis.

William and Mary archeologist to continue study.

Ohio's peach production has been quietly growing for nearly a decade.

USDA figures show U.S. imports of milk protein concentrate rose 18.1 percent in 2002, relative to a year ago.

The USDA recorded more cows and higher milk production in March, compared to a year ago.
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