Quality handcrafted goods will be sold in connection with the Herbal Society’s annual plant sale.
As many as 400 landowners, herb growers, and small business owners expected June 23-24 to learn about growing, marketing, and conserving native plants.
The National Pork Producers Council has canceled the 2001 World Pork Expo to prevent potential risks of foot-and-mouth disease.
Spring Run Farm is the county’s top Ayrshire herd and is also the fifth-ranked Ayrshire herd in Ohio.
The National Watermedia Exhibition 2001, features the work of over 80 artists will open at the Canton Museum of Art April 27
Two University of Nebraska-Lincoln historians report on factors contributing to “Baseball’s Great Hitting Barrage of the 1990s.”
Ohio Corn Growers study recommends Putnam county for the development of a new production facility. Local organization is underway.
Alphonse Maria Mucha’s “Papier a Cigarettes Job” was estimated at $500 to $1,000. The 1898 poster sold for $2,357.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell coments about current news that has shaken the agricultural community.
In the book, “Talking Back to Civilization: Indian Voices From the Progressive Era” historian Frederick Hoxie writes that the expansionof the United States “fell short” of wiping out the continent’s indigenous cultures. As tragic as the 19th century was, it marked “but a moment in the long history of a people.”
The Ohio Wildlife Council has approved deer regulations for 2001, and established fall hunting and trapping seasons. The most notable change involves the reduction in standard antler length.
Visits to university dairy, beef, swine, sheep, deer and equine facilities will be by appointment only.
Producers holding out hope for higher corn and soybean prices may find no optimism in world crop report.
There are several easy guidelines growers can use when evaluating whether to keep a stand.
A coalition of more than 100 governmental, educational and business organizations working together to improve financial literacy among young people has published “Improving Financial Literacy: What Schools and Parents Can and Cannot Do.”
Horses have been a central theme in Jenkins’ life, running like threads through the fabric of her 78 years. At every important moment, there has somehow been a horse involved.
Cornell University publication is a planning tool for those considering a roadside market.
Guest commentary by Matthew Kaplan, assistant professor of agricultural education at Penn State, looks at how community tragedy can be averted with connections.