The grand champion Jersey, owned by the Brian Cope family of Spring Haven Jerseys, topped the other breed champions for the overall supreme champion honor at the Columbiana County Fair.
A horse stabled on an Amish farm near Fredericksburg in Holmes County was euthanized earlier this month after lab tests confirmed the animal was infected with West Nile virus.
The big rumor floating through e-mails and cattle industry gatherings is a boycott of McDonald’s for importing beef, but Editor Susan Crowell says it is a wise cattleman who ignores the rumor.
Maple producers are invited to a barbecue and sugar operation tour Aug. 23 in Geauga County, Ohio.
The Ohio Pork Producers Council, along with the National Pork Producers Council, is asking for another 10 cents in place of the nickel saved when the national pork assessment gets cut this fall.
Trumbull County Farm Bureau members met at their annual meeting Aug. 8 to honor 10 members with star awards, the state’s highest accolade for local programming.
The Hancock Historical Museum’s current exhibit, Image Makers: A Century of Findlay Photographers, not only shows people how far photography has come, but illustrates how to determine the time period of undated photographs.
The College of Wooster will mark the one-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with two commemorative events.
Eight Ohio farm families will receive Ohio’s 2002 Outstanding Century Farm Awards.
A group of four dairy co-ops and four individual dairy farmers in the Upper Midwest filed a complaint in U.S. District Court of eastern Wisconsin to stop the implementation of the amended Mideast Milk Marketing Order