Sunday, August 28, 2016

There will be a future for smaller dairy farms, but only if owners pay attention to little details that can boost production.

Gordon Whittington of North American Whitetails magazine keynotes the spring meeting of the Whitetail Deer Farmers of Ohio.

Contemporary glass art is on display at the Kent State art gallery through Feb. 21.

Check out the latest field of bulls on test at the Eastern Ohio Resource Development Center March 1.

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.

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

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