Saturday, December 3, 2016

Jerry and Lova Ebbert's orchard and farm market earned the Belmont Soil and Water Conservation District's award for 2003.

More than 400 cattle destroyed; one of the still-unanswered questions is why it took more than three months for the BSE testing to take place.

Soybean growers who failed to sample their fields last fall for soybean cyst nematode may be in for a surprise this growing season.

Thirty-five Ohio counties and 280 urban areas and many townships will pay for the new stormwater program.

There is no test that can precisely determine how much nitrogen has been lost, but there are some options available to producers.

The Frankfort Mineral Springs will be open for a guided tour June 15.

The confirmed case of BSE in Canada has renewed calls in the United States for country-of-origin labeling and a national animal identification program.

There has been considerable debate and several competing claims about the cost of this program.

A new label is meant to assure consumers that meat, poultry, egg or dairy products come from animals raised humanely.

There's a new illustrated guide to the best small museums in Pennsylvania.
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