Friday, August 26, 2016

Issue 2 takes another step toward becoming law in Ohio.

STILLWATER, Okla. -- Cattle producers preparing to work spring-born calves should be taking steps now to protect their animals from the respiratory diseases, infectious...

For Dave Lemke and his wife, raising fish and selling them through their retail store in Wooster, Ohio, has been a good combination. The entrepreneur is hoping to expand production with new tanks.

Is it possible to "teach" corn to fix its own nitrogen, thus eliminating the need for nitrogen fertilizer applications?

The Pennsylvania Association of Conservation Districts sets sights toward severance tax.

WASHINGTON -- The USDA's Farm Storage Facility Loan program has been amended to allow producers to build cold storage facilities to store their fresh...

Officials fear politics are behind the lack of funding for county fairs in Pennsylvania.

COLUMBIA, Mo. -- How much are your trees worth? A lot of Missouri woodland owners don't know, according to Larry Godsey, an economist with...

MOUNT GILEAD, Ohio — Ohio livestock producers are exploring grass-fed beef production to meet market demands for what many consider to be a...

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.
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