Additional help may be on the way for dairy farmers.
The Jefferson Soil and Conservation District shows how it is trying to protect the planet.
WASHINGTON — A device called the “4-poster” Deer Treatment Bait Station, developed and patented by scientists with the Agricultural Research Service, was highly effective at reducing the number of ticks infected with the Lyme disease bacterium in a six-year USDA study in five Northeastern states — Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Rhode Island […]
Penn State’s Agricultural Entrepreneurship program is helping small farm owners succeed, even in today’s economy.
JEFFERSON, Ohio — Enhance your dairy operation with a farmstead cheese business with the aid of an Ohio State University Extension’s “Hands-on Basic Cheese Making — Enhancing Dairy Profitability with Cheese” workshop. Date and time This workshop will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 19-21 at the Grindstone Creek Lodge at 4-H […]
Find out the results from the 2009 Mercer County 4-H Roundup Sale of Champions, and check out sights from around the Mercer County 4-H park.
COLUMBUS — The owners of Whitehouse Christmas Tree Farm, Duke and Martha Wheeler, have a lot to be happy about. Grand slam Their operation won the Ohio Christmas tree producer’s grand slam by earning first place awards for their pine, spruce and fir trees exhibited at the 2009 Ohio State Fair as well as the […]
Editor: I wonder how the 330 people in Richland County who own property in the Muskingum Watershed District that had to pay the assessment fee on their property that was supposed to be used to help rebuild dams and maintenance for the lakes feel now that $400,000 of the money went to pay raises. You […]
MADISON, Wis. — Silage specialists from around the world gathered at the XV International Silage Conference July 27-29 in Madison, Wis. The conference has not been held in the U.S. since 1975. The conference brought together university, government and industry researchers and graduate students from around the world. There were 250 people registered for the […]
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A new invasive pest recently found in Pennsylvania could mean serious losses to corn growers in the state. Western bean cutworm was first trapped in July 2009 in Erie and Lycoming counties and has also been found recently in low numbers in Forest, Clarion, Washington, Franklin and Tioga counties, said John […]