Taking a whole-farm approach to control can cut down on deworming, save money on products that are no longer effective on your farm, help you learn which horses have natural resistance and which ones are “shedders”, and help reduce parasite resistance.
The top stories from the week Jan. 11 through Jan. 17, 2015.
Around areas where the ice typically freezes first — East Harbor, parts of the Sandusky Bay area and off of Catawba Island — anglers are out in the cold temperatures for their sport.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Jeff Pennington, of New Castle, was named champion auctioneer at the 36th Pennsylvania Auctioneers Association Bid Calling Contest, Jan. 14, at the 2015 Pennsylvania Farm Show.
The 45th Power Show Ohio changes include different days of the week.
There’s always plenty to see at the Pennsylvania Farm Show. Here are some photos from our quick trip to Harrisburg this week.
ALBANY, N.Y. — Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said farmers in New York set a sales record in 2013, with $5.68 billion in cash receipts — more than $1 billion more than three years earlier.
The Eastern Ohio Grazing Council plans workshops.
Wayne County fertilizer training dates.
TRANSFER, Pa. — The Penn State Extension Dairy Team will offer several workshops around the state to educate producers, farm managers and milkers on proper milking techniques and practices to produce a high quality product. Designed to help increase productivity and profitability on dairies, these hands-on workshops will focus on consistent milking practices that emphasize […]
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued 53 new permits in December, with Harrison County’s 22 new permits marking the most issued in the state last month.
A lot of information is packed into a nutrition label, from serving size to percent daily value (% DV).
WEST SALEM, Ohio — On Jan. 6, several members of the Northwestern FFA Chapter participated in a Christmas Tree pick-up for the community. Members Zach Berry, Ben Vaughan, and Cody Tegtmeier all helped out with this project. Members went to areas around the Northwestern School District to pick up the trees. The trees were then […]
In 2014, the Ohio Department of Agriculture recognized 104 new century or bicentennial farms owned by the same family for at least 100 or 200 consecutive years.
Deer biologists predict that only one in 5,000 or less than one in 10,000 antlered does exist among the antlered deer population.
Alfalfa begins growth in the early spring and continues all season, which calls for continuous nutrient demand.
Market hog inventory, at 60.1 million head, was up 2 percent from last year, and up 1 percent from last quarter.
Meetings to educate producers and landowners.
A proposed rule change announced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Dec. 15 would expand an exemption from national research and promotion check off orders to include 95 percent organic farmers, handlers, marketers and importers — otherwise known as “primary organic” operations.
Database allows you to search varieties.