From hump back trunk to printing machines, antiques sold high at Bob Wagner Oct. 28 auction.
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Northwestern FFA dairy cattle evaluation team comes in fourth at Louisville.
Columbiana Soil and Water Conservation District reviewed highlights from last past year during its annual meeting Nov. 1.
Mary Felumlee was one of four Ohioans presented the Honorary American Degree in Louisville.
More than $30 million in emergency assistance has been distributed from the $360 million contributed.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell reflects on wish lists, and asks if money were no object, what would you like to buy for your farm?
A Purdue University entomologist has developed a method of using multiple pesticides in a precise way so that genetic resistance doesn’t arise.
Curtains, barn design, stall construction, and solar power were explored on a four-barn Holmes County equine tour sponsored by Holmes County extension.
It was another case of a white powder scare in the mailroom, but this time it was the “Farm and Dairy.”
William R. “Bill” Crooks enlisted in the Army Signal Corps in 1917, and was sent to what would become Patterson Field in Dayton and enticed to become a war pilot. He actually couldn’t wait.
Farmedic Training teaches fire, emergency medical, and rescue personnel to respond to farm accidents in a way that will reduce the rate of injuries and death on the farm and to themselves.
Conservation awards were presented at the district’s annual meeting and banquet Nov. 1.
A letter signed by 34 members of the Damascas Ruritan Club calls attention to the safety of a one-line bridge in Butler Township of Columbiana County.
Ohio State Grange disputes Farm Bureau figures from an article in the Oct. 18 “Farm and Dairy” on dairy compacts.
Butler County’s Rita Kennedy spends almost half her time away from home in service to the dairy industry. But when she’s there she still milks the Four Seasons Farm herd in the tie-stall barn.
In a survey of 325 sales managers, nearly half said their job has harmed their marriage or relationship with a significant other, and 58 percent claimed the stresses of work had caused illness.
Ashtabula County dairy farmer cites strong support for dairy compacts in Ohio.
The junior fair weigh-in is mandatory for all steers to be shown at next summer’s fair.
Auctioneers Gene Kiko and Joe Gordon worked two rings Oct. 20 for the Mayberry auction.