The United States Mint has joined a partnership with H.E. Harris & Co., an Atlanta-based company specializing in collectibles.
From the Lewis and Clark expedition to a Civil War military encampment, from Theodore Roosevelt to Frank Kehoe, an Irish coal miner, re-enactors will help Outdoor Heritage visitors catch a glimpse of the past.
With planting season just around the corner, a few hours in the machine shed can save the disappointment of lost yields at harvest.
David Kohn, professor of farm management/ag economics at Virginia Polytechnic Institute, offers a few tips to assist in economic belt tightening.
Kansas State University James Mintert expects cash hog prices in the benchmark Iowa-southern Minnesota market this year to average in the low $40s per hundredweight.
Wireworm, white grub and seed corn maggot are known as secondary insects only because the total economic damage caused by them is low. In some cases, any one of those insects can become a field’s primary pest.
White Ironstone China Association’s seventh national convention will be held May 3-6 in historic Worthington, Ohi
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell issues a call to action to fair officials before the upcoming fair season.
In the past year, as pure soy biodiesel licensed to a number of manufacturers by the National Biodiesel Board has gained more general acceptance, the amount of soy oil being burned as automotive fuel has skyrocketed.
The Washington State University study compared the economic and environmental sustainability of conventional, organic and integrated growing systems.
Jean Peterson, coordinator of school counseling at the Purdue School of Education at West Lafayette, Ind., writes about the role that a school counselor can play in keeping peace within a school.
The second conference on Amphora glass was held last month in Meadville, Pa.
Herman Beck-Chenoweth will conduct a hands-on course May 10-12 at his research farm in Creola.
According to Kansas State University agricultural economist James Mintert, “If foot-and-mouth becomes more widespread, it could provide a boost to U.S. pork exports,” Mintert said. “Conversely, if FMD enters the U.S., it could result in pork-importing countries restricting U.S. access to their markets.
As many as 400 landowners, herb growers, and small business owners expected June 23-24 to learn about growing, marketing, and conserving native plants.
Quality handcrafted goods will be sold in connection with the Herbal Society’s annual plant sale.
Two University of Nebraska-Lincoln historians report on factors contributing to “Baseball’s Great Hitting Barrage of the 1990s.”
The National Pork Producers Council has canceled the 2001 World Pork Expo to prevent potential risks of foot-and-mouth disease.
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.
James Comp of Dorset explains the guidelines under which he operates his dairy farm.