Bill and Carol Farriss of Farriss Dairy Farm in Dalton received the district’s 2001 Conservation Farm Award.
Don’t expect quick action when it comes to the federal milk marketing order rule-making process.
An OSU Extension seminar on “Establishing Your Bed and Breakfast Business,” will be held Nov. 13-14 in Marietta, Ohio.
More than a backhoe and a big rain are required for building some ponds and dams in Ohio.
Wind energy technology taking root on Pennsylvania in ridge-top pastures of Pennsylvania farms has tripled the amount of wind energy in the Eastern United States.
The executive director of the Northeast Dairy Compact Commission writes to clarify possible misunderstandings about the compact reported in Farm and Dairy.
Charlie Henry was recognized as the Conservation Farmer of the Year at the Oct. we annual meeting. Distinguished service awards were also presented.
This Veterans Day the Ohio Department of Natural Resources invites all Ohioans to rediscover the Memorial Forest Shrine, the state’s official monument to her nearly 20,000 sons and daughters killed in World War II and wars since.
Postal carriers twice yearly, in early April and August, count a variety of wildlife they see to help gather the data that sets bag limits for small game.
Pennsylvania farmers explore the tax assessment implications of enrolling their land in a program that provides farm use value real estate values in exchange for a permanent commitment.
Examples of both poor and excellent nutrient management can be found among small as well as large operations.
The 18th annual Hydroponic Grower’s Conference will be Nov. 16-17 in Orlando, Fla. will be a likely forum for an intense discussion of the issue.
A reader says the legislation Taft plans to support seems a token gesture rather than a plan.
The American Corn Growers Association urges farmers to meet the demands of foreign markets and the preferences of foreign buyers when they decide what crop varieties to plant.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources has honored Ralph Cobey, Frances Kitchen and Roger Conant with its highest honor.
Unearthed more than 30 years ago, the egg and its well-preserved nearly hatched embryo are just now getting scientific attention.
Michael E. Haubner, ag extension agent in Clark County, explains why he sees a future in agriculture for those who wish to do something other than sit on the seat of a big machine.
“Reinventing the Appalachian Shepherd: Lamb and Goat Marketing” is aimed at reenergizing the industry in the region.