Drug testing can help your company weed-out issues.
Annual 4-H recognition banquet held in Holmes County.
As agricultural cooperatives set sales records nationally, the growth is reflected closer to home.
Wet spring and now a wet fall lead to late harvest.
Ohio, Alabama, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas auctioneers qualify for world contest.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett has signed three bils into law involving agriculture or land.
New regulations for all market beef animals.
For the Moshers, growing giant pumpkins is a rewarding hobby.
Oculus VR’s Harvest of Change goes far beyond the farming video game.
Columbiana has made it illegal for residents to feed Canada geese.
A computer scientist has found a way to print plants with a 3D printer.
Working towards long term cooperation, a team of Ohio State Extension and the China’s Ministry of Agriculture exchanged visits to each other’s countries.
First case of chronic wasting disease confirmed on Holmes County preserve. No evidence the disease affectshumans.
In addition to getting an up-close look at farm machinery, numerous vendors and representatives from the Winona Fire Department participated in the Columbiana and Stark County Farm Bureaus’ first Farm Frenzy event.
A new study shows a link between daily sugary drink consumption and aging, shaving as much as 4.6 years off a person’s life.
There are several types of pipelines being constructed, including collection lines, intrastate lines and interstate lines.
WATERFORD, Ohio — For the first time in its history, the Waterford FFA rural soil judging team has qualified to compete in the national soil judging contest. After placing in contests hosted by the Washington and Perry County Soil and Water Conservation districts, both the rural and urban Waterford FFA teams advanced to the Ohio […]
The EPA is registering the herbicide, Enlist Duo with new restrictions to manage the problem of resistant weeds.
The 2014 Buckeye Shepherds’ Symposium will be held Dec. 6 at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center Shisler Conference Center, 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster.
Board of supervisors elections, the naming of the SWCD Cooperator of the Year, and the outlining of 2015 programs topped the agenda at the Stark Soil and Water Conservation District’s 64th annual banquet Oct. 16 at R.G. Drage Career Technical Institute.