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.
The winter outlook report released by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration predicts equal chances of a colder winter than normal in Ohio.
As technology develops, self-driving cars become more realistic.
The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation is examining the complex formula used in calculating Current Agricultural Use Value.
Ohio farmers are up in arms over latest round of CAUV property tax increases, in some cases up by 300 percent since the last triennial update.
The battle over country of origin labeling continues, amid threats from neighboring countries to limit trade.
As West Africa is battered by the Ebola outbreak, a food shortage looms.
A teal pumpkin outside of someone’s house lets kids with food allergies know that they have non-food treats.
The gluten-free trend is giving wheat and grains a bad reputation.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources, the Toledo Zoo, and the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium recently collaborated on the release of 189 captive-reared eastern hellbenders into three eastern Ohio watersheds.
There are several misconceptions about raising crickets as a food for humans. The biggest surprise may be the profit potential.
MILLERSBURG, Ohio — The West Holmes FFA helped with the fifth grade farm tour Sept. 25. Members helped as group leaders, with unloading and loading items of the buses, and presenting the farm safety, and Soil Snacks stations. The chapter is sponsoring a poster contest for the students based on the information they were given […]
Typically, a horse must be rested after an injury, and this period of inactivity causes “disuse atrophy,” but when horses undergo rehabilitation as their musculoskeletal system heals, these deficits can be lessened or prevented.
Can you ditch the strips and dump the dentist for whiter teeth?
Researchers from University of Wisconsin-Madison and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources examined whether corn and perennial grassland fields in southern Wisconsin could provide both biomass for bioenergy production and bountiful bird habitat.
As Camp Muskingum enters its seventh decade, camp director Todd Davis hopes a pending $2.5 million building project will help keep it around for a good long while.