A new computer program could help farmers control their nitrogen fertilizer usage.
Even though statistics say that U.S. employment is rising, the number of Americans who face food insecurity will not necessarily fall, according to Huffington Post.
Even though Missouri’s Constitutional Amendment 1 was passed on Aug. 5, a recount is expected.
When Ezekial Cole purchased 140 acres of land in an area that would eventually become Wayne Township in Jefferson County, Ohio, it is unlikely he considered how, or if, the family farm would be operating 206 years later. “It just makes you proud to keep the farm going,” Carl Kithcart, Cole’s great-great-great-great grandson said.
Owners and two employees of a slaughterhouse that processed bad beef are now facing charges.
Ohio Holstein magazine editor retiring after accomplished career.
The Mason jar was once a staple for 19th and early 20th century living, but now it has become a modern, hip trend for some.
Brown, Kaptur announce more funding for Lake Erie algae issues.
The FDA is unaware of many additives that are used in processed foods, some of which cause illnesses.
The Ohio Holstein Summer Extravaganza Sale was held Aug. 16 at the Wayne County Fairgrounds, Wooster.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette PowerSource reports that the proposed gas compressor station in the Marcellus Shale region of Beaver County, Pennsylvania has been approved, despite pleas from area residents.
The Canfield Fair Pumpkin Show celebrates its 53rd year.
Ohio’s Manure Science Review breaks down the science of livestock waste application.
Ohio’s corn yield is expected to exceed last year’s harvest, but the state’s soybean yield is predicted to be flat, according to The Columbus Dispatch.
A $5 billion dollar class action lawsuit has been filed by Pennsylvania landowners against Chesapeake Energy Corp. and its subsidiary, Access Midstream Partners, over gas and oil royalties.
More funding, more initiatives to combat Lake Erie algae.
According to St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the corn harvest is looking plentiful this year, but farmers are concerned that the demand won’t be as great as the yield.
Farm and Dairy reporter Chris Kick and Editor Susan Crowell were recently honored with writing awards from the National Newspaper Association and the Society of Professional Journalists.
Speaking at Ag Progress Days, Pennsylvania’s leaders agree the state of the Commonwealth’s agriculture is strong and they are willing to fight to keep it that away.
The Moore family has a long history in crop production, and a more recent interest in aviation.