Don Reicosky, USDA-ARS soil scientist, and Carlos Crovetto, a Chilean no-till farmer, spoke at the Tri-State Conservation Tillage Conference, March 6 at West Middlesex, Pa.
The Ashland County Dairy Service Unit held its annual meeting, and recognized Ayers Farm and GEM Hill Farm as top herds for 2000.
Martin L. Schmidt, director of environmental remediation for the Cleveland-based URS Corporation, will speak at the next meeting.
Sign up for the Apple Market Loss Assistance and Wool and Mohair Loss Assistance programs have begun.
Sen. George Voinovich said what the Ohio Farm Bureau leaders wanted to hear when he met with them in Washington. He left them pleased if not satisfied.
New technology can improve Ohio farm drainage and irrigation while increasing crop production and protecting water quality.
Growers have many new choices in the crop insurance market, but the clock is ticking on the insurance deadline.
Corn growers are in a corner when it comes to finding a crop rotation to follow StarLink corn.
The Farm Belt has a lot of political capital invested in the administration of President George W. Bush.
The third annual Antiques Market will be April 28 at the Federated Family Life Center, 16349 Chillicothe Road (Route 306), Chagrin Falls.
Milk producers in Columbiana and Mahoning counties received recognition for herd production in the last two years.
How much corn to plant this spring is going to be a tough decision for Ohio and Indiana farmers facing either shortages or extremely high prices for nitrogen fertilizers, a key input.
Some of the Roman Empire’s most significant archaeological and artistic remains, unearthed in the 1930s, are brought together again for the first time since their discovery in the major exhibition “Antioch: The Lost Ancient City,” on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art from March 25 through June 3.
A northeastern Ohio Web company is offering farm fresh goods direct to the consumer.
The Ohio Historical Society will make its building doctors available for eight clinics for old-building owners during 2001.
Americans can’t ignore the disaster created by mad cow disease in Europe. Extension Agent Jim Skeeles arms you with enough details so you can be informed about the potential risks.
Farm and Dairy Editor says hello to a new behind-the-scenes talent at the newspaper: food and family life editor Laurie Steeb.
Believe it or not, February actually registered above-average temperatures – at least at Ed Copeland’s weather station in southern Columbiana County.
Because of unrelenting human demand for water, Africa’s Lake Chad, once one of the continent’s largest bodies of fresh water, has shriveled to a ghost of a great lake.
The Beaver-Lawrence Holstein Club celebrated its 50th anniversary with a special historical timeline.