A weekly roundup of 4-H news.
Children were called upon to accomplish all sorts of things, and if a scary old grandfather asked a child to play checkers after the chores were done, there was no getting out of it.
The view from the top was stunning, and the bolts of lightning punctuated the night sky in the distance.
It’s not a coincidence that the world’s leading economic powers also are the world’s leading food importers.
Frank Bizjak, of Carlton, Pennsylvania, and the late Paul and Phyllis Kunz, of Centerville, will be enshrined into the Crawford County Agricultural Hall of Fame.
Heavy rain continues to threaten the quality of wheat and other field crops.
Even as producers are digging in their marketing heels, the market is actually giving back some of the gains we have seen over the last month and a half.
The past five years have seen record milk prices for farmers, but this year prices are down.
Each year, the American Dairy Association Mideast selects an icon or theme to feature in butter that is non-political, non-controversial and reflects optimism and broad audience-appeal.
Dozens of states, agricultural and business industry groups have filed lawsuits in courts around the country, claiming the changes hand the government an unreasonable amount of authority over land use.