Thursday, November 26, 2015
chickens in yard

Although avian influenza was never detected in West Virginia, poultry producers are advised to be on alert for symptoms of the virus in their flocks.

Yields might be down, but the crop is coming off dry, and the cost of drying is relatively cheap.
Checking grapes

A commercial grape and wine workshop will be held Dec. 3, at Ohio State University South Centers.
house in winter

While it might not feel like it, colder winter weather is on the way and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection wants all residents to stay safe and warm this winter by properly preparing their homes.
assorted candy

Between the soft drinks, candy, sugary cereal and other less-suspecting foods like ketchup and low-fat yogurt, added sugars can take a real toll on our health.
chesapeake well site sign

Chesapeake's Utica shale net production in the third quarter dropped 15 percent, as the company curtailed production as a result of weak product pricing.
beef roast

WOOSTER, Ohio —Nearly a quarter of consumers say they’ve never cooked a beef roast, and 43 percent cook one roast or less per year....
beef cattle on pasture

Beef and dairy producers in Indiana should watch their herds carefully this fall for signs of the blood disease anaplasmosis, a Purdue animal health specialist said.
farmers market

The Ohio Agricultural Council luncheon will share the results of research about the millennial generation and their how they purchase food.
loading grain bins

Ohio State University Extension is offering a free, four-part webinar series on managing risk and financial management.