Monday, February 8, 2016

This year's Ohio Farm Bureau Distinguished Service Award winners are Sarah James of Butler County, Esther Welch of Ashland County, and Jim Buchy of Darke County. The awards and other honors were presented Dec. 2-4 in Cincinnati.

Ohio Farm Bureau members are digging in for more livestock care battles. "Do not underestimate what you have accomplished," OFBF Exec. Vice President Jack Fisher told the members during the Dec. 2-4 annual meeting, "but, likewise, do not underestimate the job ahead."

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- A study by University of Missouri Extension swine experts shows that moving pigs indoors led to improved health for pigs and...

WORTHINGTON, Ohio -- The Ohio Soybean Council, in collaboration with Battelle and Univenture, was awarded its fifth R&D 100 Award for the development of...

WOOSTER, Ohio -- Just when entomologists think they have the soybean aphid figured out, the minute sapsucker throws a monkey in the wrench. Ron...

HARRISBURG, Pa. -- There were 1,090 farms with 17,359 acres being irrigated in Pennsylvania with a total of 13,000 acre-feet of water on all...

INDIANAPOLIS --Two more key regulatory milestones have been reached for the 2010 commercial launch of SmartStax, the corn industry's eagerly anticipated seed trait combination....

Farmers urge lawmakers to establish fair and competitive pricing system.

Fall turkey season concludes with upswing in harvest.

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. -- One yard might be knee-deep in snow, while the other is dealing with piles of mud. Record-high temperatures might cause...
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