Friday, May 26, 2017

More than $100 million in payments for the Livestock Assistance Program began Dec. 18.

The recent outbreak of hepatitis A in Pennsylvania has raised new concerns about the safety of this supply and distribution system.

The only saving grace of the fall market is the fact that consumers are treating pork as the other red meat.

Thousands of lights strung at the Calhoon farm near Butler, Ohio, cast a soft glow into the night sky.

Task force develops action steps for labeling program.

Orrville High School students are making military trucks and jeeps for their school toy project.

Economist: When cattle prices are high, don't save more heifers: Sell them!

In this week's commentary, Editor Susan Crowell talks about paranoid eating.

Carnes was instrumental in passing legislation to strengthen environmental regulation of industrial mineral and aggregate mining in Ohio.

The rate of salmonella in raw meat and poultry dropped by 66 percent over the past six years and by 16 percent compared with 2002.
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