The Farm Service Agency has combined the Beaver/Allegheny County Farm Service Agency Office with the Butler County Farm Service Agency Office, to be located in Butler.
How will Ohio’s new ag easement purchase program work? Find out at a statewide series of regional information sessions.
Donated cans, boxes and bags of nonperishable food will be used to construct a 4-H House of Food in the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture exhibit.
Wandering across Ohio, gypsy moth larvae are stripping acres of Ohio’s woodlands.
An OAR-related pilot program started last January by the Department of Transportation composts deer carcasses found in the road.
The March 15-17 event will add breed shows and sales and features an expanded trade show.
Appraiser Chuck Young will have a booth to offer free appraisals during the two-day show.
Economic Research Service reported its dairy figures indicate November milk production was finally back at year-earlier levels.
Despite a general awareness of Mad Cow Disease, 89 percent of consumers are not concerned about the beef they buy.
Good management thinking should use technology as a tool, not as the means to all ends.
The task of reestablishing blood flow to certain tissue has been a function relegated to leeches since the time of the ancient Egyptians.
“Celebrating Midlife” will be April 7-9 at Oglebay Restort and Conference Center in Wheeling, sponsored by the cooperative extension services of Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and West Virginia.
The U.S. House of Representatives passes legislation aimed at making it easier to reuse lightly contaminated industrial sites, known as brownfields.
Ray L. Nebel, extension dairy scientist in reproductive management at Virginia Tech discusses when and how natural bull service is an option.
David Franzer of Crockett Farms is using a world class Jersey and a top Holstein bull to begin a breeding program he hopes will result in a new breed of superior dairy cattle.
Pennsylvania Farm Link, Penn State Cooperative Extension, and USDA Risk Management will host a “Passing on the Farm” workshop on Jan. 22.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on the cost of smoking to the nation and its citizens.
“Scenes of American Life: Treasures from the Smithsonian American Art Museum” will feature more than 60 paintings and sculptures of everyday people involved in daily activities in masterworks of American artists.