Friday, June 23, 2017

Governor-elect John Kasich would like to take some common sense from Ohio farmers and instill it into the state's government workers, but he also tells farmers to step up to the plate and self-regulate.

WOOSTER, Ohio -- A large crowd was on hand for the Ohio Fall Quality All Breeds Sale held Nov. 20 at the Wayne County...

PITTSBURGH, Pa. -- Patricia M. Comerford, Extension equine specialist in Penn State's Department of Dairy and Animal Science, received the 2010 Outstanding Service Award...

Editor:There has been a lot of criticism, if not outright slander, leveled against the notion that dairy farmers need a farm milk price that...

COLUMBUS -- The Ohio Farm Bureau Federation presented its highest honor, the Distinguished Service Award, to Farm Bureau volunteer Lois Boyer and U.S....

WASHINGTON -- USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) issued the final rule for the Grassland Reserve Program (GRP), which defines requirements for participants and...

Estes Auctions of Medina, Ohio, held a radio auction Nov. 20 at the Expo Auction Center in Burbank, Ohio.The radios, from The Deco Period...

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — When the new Republican House majority takes up the 2012 farm bill, Purdue agricultural economist Roman Keeney says farmers should...

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- The question of whether it is environmentally correct to buy a real Christmas tree has been asked repeatedly in recent...

DENVER -- In the second meeting of the Beef Industry Long Range Planning Task Force, Nov. 22-23 in Denver, 20 beef industry leaders developed...
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