Rural landowners getting burned by frequent trespass of off-road vehicles. Aside from ruining crops, riding in fields digs ruts and creates other headaches.
AKRON – The Summit County Agricultural Society has gone to court seeking a temporary restraining order preventing an eviction and the seizure of personal property on the fairgrounds. The society is also seeking a declaratory judgment, asking the court to make right what the ag society defines as the county’s illegal activities. The agricultural society […]
Stewart Truelsen, director of broadcast services for the American Farm Bureau Federation, comments on what the Argentinian financial crisis might mean for U.S. farmers.
Cider taste tests on consumers over a three-year period have revealed that consumers have a split opinion on what a good cider should taste like.
The Bichsel family will retain ownership and management of the eight Goshen Dairy retail locations.
“Goat roping is kind of rough,” says Carroll County’s Nikki Bacon, Ohio High School Rodeo Queen, “but I would ride a bull just to prove I could.”
There is fear among supporters of losing 4-H programs, but the chair of the new tax levy campaign committee emphasizes that extension is more than just 4-H.
“The Reconciliation Quilt,” a famous piece thought to a world-record price when sold at auction has been donated to the University of Nebraska center by Robert and Ardis James.
The serialized story was discovered preserved in the attic of a Brunswick, Maine, home.
“New York Times” food writer to complement tureen exhibit with a lecture on soup as a way of life.
History books reveal ancestors of modern Holsteins were polled. The majority of horned animals in today’s dairy industry are a result of few dairy cattle breeders selecting for the polled trait.
Individual producers can apply for SARE grants up to $6,000 and up to $18,000 is available for groups of three or more.
The Cleveland Museum exhibit, from Feb. 24 through May 19, includes approximately 325 works – many lavished with diamonds emeralds, and rubies set in pure gold – displayed in groups including royal adornment, princely weapons, gemstones of inestimable importance, and sumptuous vessels, such as cups, plates, and inkwells.
A history of the Ohio & Erie Canal has been selected as the national winner of the 2001 Aegis Award in documentaries.
The first North Central Ohio Grazing Conference is scheduled Feb. 1 at the Mt. Hope Auction Barn.
Faculty and researchers at Cornell and Pennsylvania State’s extension division develop Web site for newly elected officials.
Carol Ann Gregg of Grove City, Pa., received the Outstanding Service Citation from the National Association of Agricultural Educators.
Counties affected by wheat planting problems include Putnam, Paulding, Van Wert, Allen, Hancock, Henry, Defiance, Wood, and parts of Mercer, Shelby and Auglaize.
The annual event is March 13, and is open to the public. It is sponsored by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife.
Brainstorming on issues of concern was as important a part of the proceedings as were the workshop meetings for the annual meeting of the Innovative Farmers of Ohio.