Wednesday, July 27, 2016

One of the biggest concerns for farmers is hosting a visitor that might be bringing with them disease pathogens that could potentially be transmitted to the farm animals, and eventually between animals, or bringing a new disease onto the farm through purchased stock.

Farmers around the world have responded to growing demand by producing record crops recently. As a result, USDA forecasts that global ending stocks for 2009/10 (June-May) will be 196.8 million metric tons, up 60 percent from a recent low of 123.3 million metric tons in 2007/08.

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio — With so much excitement in aquaculture, some farmers might wonder whether raising fish really is practical. After all, raising a herd...

BOWLING GREEN, Ohio -- Most Ohioans know how to catch a fish. A line and reel, a bobber, a farm pond and a bucket...

Your barn shoes and boots (and hands) could bring food-borne disease pathogens into farmhouse.

Farmers will learn to gross $90,000 per acre at annual conference.

HARRISBURG, Pa. — The Pa. Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement has used authority provided by the new dog law to shut down five of...

WASHINGTON -- The United States and China have reached an agreement to reopen the Chinese market to U.S. pork and pork products.Pork trade will...

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -- Antibiotic use in livestock has been a source of controversy in the United States, but a Purdue University animal scientist...

After the governor of Michigan declared March 20 a "Meatout Day," the state's farmers and meat-lovers declared it "Michigan Meat Eaters Day," and have made plans for major cookouts and barbecues.
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