The congressional wheels are working overtime in hopes of getting a Homeland Security Department bill to President Bush for his signature before the long August recess.
The Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York City has unearthed an unsigned drawing by Italian renaissance sculptor Michelangelo.
Development of replacement ewe lambs over the summer prior to breeding has an impact on the overall productivity of the flock.
The Zoar Harvest Festival, Aug. 3-4, will commemorate the summer wheat harvest done by the 19th century German Zoar Separatists who founded Zoar Village in 1817.
Molly and Ted Bartlett combined their love of the outdoors with a love of food and started Silver Creek Farm, a certified organic produce farm in Hiram, Ohio.
Benefit concert will mark its 15th year at Post-Gazette Pavilion outside of Pittsburgh.
An 1868 barn was dismantled near Alliance, but will be given new life as a barn-home near Wadsworth next year.
Editor Susan Crowell gets an insider’s peak at the lives of seemingly ordinary individuals who worked quietly to accomplish some extraordinary things.
USDA’s 2001 farm expenses report represents the highest level of farm expenditures on record.
The overall Carroll County Fair junior market livestock sale total hit $108,973.95, exceeding last year’s total by more than $800.