This week, as part of our 100-year anniversary celebration, we start a 10-week series profiling some of the region’s farms that have been in the same family for 200 or more years.
The Crestview FFA officer team went to FFA Camp Muskingum Retreat Center July 16-18.
The next meeting of the Breeders and Feeders 4-H club is Aug. 10 at Memory Lake at Claridon Troy Road Drive.
1992′s food pyramid was replaced by the food plate in 2010, but more changes are coming in regards to what nutrition should look like.
MANHATTAN, Kan. – A recently proposed rule by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service would require grocery stores and supermarkets to keep more documentation on ground beef sources, which could assist in more timely traceability of a particular beef source that may have caused a foodborne illness. The proposed rule would […]
As CAUV rates rise, landowners want to know why and what they can do.
Ivan Stoltzfus is about to complete his cross-country trip to raise money for Wounded Warrior Project.
Study shows Beef Checkoff is very effective.
Penn State Southeast Agricultural Research and Extension Center uses trial-and-error to determine the types of flowers that will grow in the region.
Ohio’s 311 reported farmers markets rank the state fourth in the nation on the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s list, as reported by The Plain Dealer.
The grand champion hog at this year’s Mercer Co. (Pa.) 4-H Roundup brought a record $21 a pound.
This was another record-setting year at the Ohio State Fair’s Sale of Champions. Check out the results and the pictures.
The millennial generation is eager to start farming, but before they jump in feet first, some guidance is being offered to them.
The Columbiana County Agriculture Hall of Fame enshrined three individuals during the Columbiana County Fair: Russell N. Cook; James W. Cooper; and William L. Woolf.
Find out who topped the junior fair market livestock competitions at the 2014 Columbiana County Fair.
The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association will hold this year’s Cattlemen’s Roundup, Sept. 5-6 in Clark County.
According to Insurance News Net, over $9 million is being given to minorities and veterans who are new to the farming trade.
In Ohio, a variety of foods found at farmers markets and roadside stands are sold without license or inspection. These products are known as “cottage foods.”
The American Farm Bureau Federation announced the Rural Entrepreneurship Challenge, allowing rural individuals to showcase their ideas and business innovations.
The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) announced the extension of the Alternative Fuel Vehicle Rebate program, which will continue to provide $2,000 rebates for 500 additional large-battery system plug-in hybrid electric and battery-electric vehicles, or until Dec. 31.