Saturday, March 25, 2017

A lightning strike ignited dry bales, which smoldered for at least five hours before igniting.

Improper grain storage can quickly shrivel a producer's investment into a lump of change.

Milking cows once a day may give farmers an opportunity to pursue other interests, reduce stress and finally have time for a nap.

Twelve-year-old Mark Riley from Ashtabula County used his first $5,000 USDA Farm Service Agency youth loan to buy four Holsteins.

Forage expert coming to Country Living Field Day gives advance workshop.

Retired Ohio State leaders Sam Bone, Larry Shepherd and Don Pritchard will be enshrined in the Farm Science Review Hall of Fame.

Milk producers should start receiving notification this month whether or not their CWT bid was accepted.

West Virginia Department of Agriculture Animal Health officials have discovered West Nile Virus in a Hancock County horse.

Horsepower of a different kind will be on hand at the Farm Science Review Sept. 17.

Seventy counties in Ohio are designated a disaster area due to losses caused by excessive rain, flooding, hail, high winds and tornadoes.
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