A fundamental change in American culture may be the only cure for recent corporate scandals.
Reduce West Nile virus risks by eliminating mosquito breeding sites on your property, such as tin cans, plastic containers, ceramic pots, or similar water-holding containers.
Adding cattle to your herd? Look for big, solid animals. New research claims cCattle with fine bones may have a more skittish temperament than those with a heavier frame.
The Ohio Department of Agriculture unveiled the ranked list of 442 farms that submitted applications for state funding under the Clean Ohio Agricultural Easement Purchase program July 1.
The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a request for a stay of an injunction that would otherwise stop collection of $1-per-head beef checkoff assessments effective July 15.
The Ohio Pork Industry Center is holding an artificial insemination school July 24 in the Animal Science Building of OSU.
The National Preservation Conference will be in Cleveland October 8-13.
A legend in the tractor-pulling community, Don McCarthy, will climb aboard his 1957 John Deere 620 for the last time July 19 during the classics pull at the Mantua Ox Roast.
Haymakers liked June, but others are worrying about a shortage of rain, after spring’s plentiful downpours. Here’s Ed Copeland’s monthly weather observations.
Don’t laugh, but single farmers have a tough row to hoe when it comes to finding someone of the opposite sex for a relationship. Part I of a two-part series on farm life and the single farmer.