Sunday, July 24, 2016

Reader wants to know why farmers must change their ways as more and more residents move into rural areas.

Ohio's fruit and vegetable associations honored outstanding industry leaders earlier this year in Toledo.

Successful conservation is a partnership between government, consumers and landowners. U.S. Interior Secretary Gale Norton shared her concept of a "new environmentalism" with cattlemen.

Vermiculture experts are prescribing a dose of earthworms to cure livestock producers' manure worries. Second in a two-part series.

Eighteen couples, including several from northeastern Ohio, will be honored by Ohio First Lady Hope Taft on Valentine's Day for their enduring marriages and commitment to volunteerism.

The new conservation programs will apply cost-share funds to certified technical advisers, but who is certifying whom?

The annual Antiques In Canton show features antiques in room-like displays. Check it out March 8-9.

A current display at the Niles Historical Society highlights area ladies' clubs, lodges, scouts, YMCA, athletic club and other groups.

The USDA says a grain warehouse with a federal license is subject only to U.S. regulations. Not so, respond officials in Ohio and Indiana.

The Dorper sheep breed is a hardy, low-maintenance choice, one that Ohio shepherd Chuck White is glad he made.
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