The Keystone State’s Italian varieties, with 261.6 million pounds, were 5.1 percent above 2012 production and accounted for 61.3 percent of total cheese in 2013.
Believe it or not, the thing that could change farming isn’t the climate or a new piece of equipment.
The Tuscarawas County Fair set another sale record.
From planters to harvesters, the focus continues to be on high-tech, precision equipment.
Many people are familiar with the gluten-free movement, even if they don’t tailor their diets around gluten-free foods.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The number of teens who abuse tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other substances hasn’t changed much in the past couple of decades — but for those who are prone to addiction for one reason or another, the menu of substances to choose from is larger than ever. Parents have to educate themselves about […]
While the chances of an American chestnut variety becoming a timber tree again is likely decades away, Bob Stehli of Wintergreen Tree Farm said there is money to be made in chestnuts.
A century after blight erased the American chestnut from the landscape, researchers are closer than ever to bringing it back.
Ohio’s conservation award winners include: Gerald and Cheryl Whipple of Ottawa County; Steve and Beth Fulton of Medina County; Casey Clemens of Morgan County; Bruce and Carol Goodwin of Warren County; and Karl and Kevin Elder of Fairfield County.
Ohio’s top producing shale wells as of Sept. 2014.
Employers are telling ag colleges: ‘We like what we see, we need more; we can’t have enough of your graduates.’
With new data and modern technology, seed companies can now prescribe the best seeds directly to your farm.
The National FFA Organization has announced that three members of the West Holmes FFA Chapter will receive their American degree in November.
Farmers can expect at least one more price fall before the fall harvest is complete.
Horizontal wells produced more gas in three months than all Ohio wells produced in 2012.
The American style of washing and refrigerating eggs isn’t all that common in other parts of the world.
The 2014 Farm Science Review is underway, with new terms and technologies on display.
Program will address looming retirement surge.
Technology Tuesday webinars begin Sept. 23.
COLUMBUS — The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation has launched a $1 million water quality action plan, with special emphasis on the Western Lake Erie Basin. The plan includes two goals: Farm Bureau will help all qualifying farmers in the Western Lake Erie Basin obtain required fertilizer certification by Earth Day 2015. This April 22 target […]