There are several easy guidelines growers can use when evaluating whether to keep a stand.
New Purdue Web site hopes to link manure buyers with sellers.
Two University of Nebraska-Lincoln historians report on factors contributing to “Baseball’s Great Hitting Barrage of the 1990s.”
Alphonse Maria Mucha’s “Papier a Cigarettes Job” was estimated at $500 to $1,000. The 1898 poster sold for $2,357.
The American Highland Cattle Association will hold its 50th annual National Convention May 3-6 in Harrisburg.
The Ohio Wildlife Council has approved deer regulations for 2001, and established fall hunting and trapping seasons. The most notable change involves the reduction in standard antler length.
Producers holding out hope for higher corn and soybean prices may find no optimism in world crop report.
2000 U.S. Census results place Edgar Springs, Mo., population 190, as the new population center of the United States.
Secretary of Agriculture Ann Veneman authorizes an additional $32 million to protect the United States against foreign diseases in her FY 2002 proposed budget.
Purdue corn specialist says that while the calendar may heralds winter’s recent end, the first days of spring are often iffy for field work.
The pork producers went back to court April 6 after the March 26 occupation of NPPC’s Washington offices that was led by the Campaign for Family Farms and their member organizations including the Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement.
Horses have been a central theme in Jenkins’ life, running like threads through the fabric of her 78 years. At every important moment, there has somehow been a horse involved.
Sweden Post and the U.S. Postal Service have jointly issued Nobel Prize commemorative stamps in both the United States and Sweden on the centennial of the first awards.
Farm bill discussion must include debate on how much it takes to sustain U.S. agriculture says policy analyst.
Multi-agency task force creates a $3.3 million grants program to assist counties with mosquito surveillance and control in an effort to detect and control mosquitoes that carry West Nile virus.
Ohio Department of Natural Resources’ will put out for bid this summer 38 projects in 19 eastern and southeastern Ohio counties.
County Historical Society president Wendell Lauth will lecture April 21 on “The Civil War and Trumbull County.
Farmers need to scout for slugs as soon it warms up and fields are dry enough for walking.
Says state milk marketing board plan to pool part of Class I premium is not in the interest of most dairy farmers.
Cornell University publication is a planning tool for those considering a roadside market.