If events of Sept. 11 make you nervous about the U.S. food supply, get to know a local farmer, says this letter writer.
Thirty-six Ohio counties are eligible for USDA emergency farm loans due to losses caused by excessive rain, flooding, and army worms that occurred earlier this year.
Carroll County Brown Swiss breeder Brian Scharver showed the grand champion Swss at this year’s North American International Livestock Exposition.
A weaker economy, a reaction to the events of Sept. 11, is less supportive to beef sales.
The story of how holiday celebrations evolved is traced through the activities and special tours in Sauder Village in northwestern Ohio Nov. 23-24 and Nov. 30-Dec. 1.
The Shaker Historical Museum in Shaker Heights will hold open house from 2-5 p.m. Dec. 9.
Ashtabula County dairy farmer cites strong support for dairy compacts in Ohio.
Ten tureens – ranging from an elegant early 18th-century Meissen china tureen to the utilitarian 1975 Rival Crock-Pot – matched with recipes that might have gone in them are on exhibit through Aug. 11.
Don Bennink, a managing partner of North Florida Holsteins in Bell, Fla., will speak on dairy management at two luncheon meetings in Smithville and New Bremen Dec. 3 and 4.
All eight Ohio State Park resorts are offering traditional Thanksgiving Day buffets with turkey and all the trimmings.
Many engine manufacturers will void the engine warranty if soy-diesel is burned in an engine.
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.