The only facility dedicated exclusively to the testing of farm tires – the Firestone Test Center in Columbiana – will hold a three-day open house July 17, 18 and 19.
Marlies Brandt of Wintersville won the coveted People’s Choice award at the Panhandle Piecemakers Quilt Club’s 17th annual quilt show
An independent body of scientific experts will convene July 17-18 for a two-day public meeting to review a set of issues that EPA is considering as it reviews StarLink corn.
Purina Mills will become part of Land O’Lakes Farmland Feed LLC according to a June 18 merger agreement.
The pristine farmstead is a unique blend of old and new buildings. A Yankee style barn built in 1889 is used for hay storage and heifer housing, while a two-story bank barn built around 1876 is used for calves and breeding-age heifers. A new barn houses bred heifers and dry cows.
Free “Brown Bag” concerts will be held each Wednesday in Ashtabula and Thursday in Jefferson.
A grazing management and beef cattle improvement twilight tour will be held June 20 to tour a managed grazing operation, and highlight ways to improve grazing systems and beef cattle herds.
Public comment are solicited on a proposed tunnel under the Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad along the Towpath.
The silent auction is a new concept in the old idea of selling off an entire herd, in this case by Internet, e-mail, and telephone.
“Tours at Two” the summertime tours and/or activities that pair the Western Reserve Historical Society’s collections with activities and tours just for kids, will take place at 2 p.m. every weekday from June 19 through Aug. 18.
Read this before you enter show ring. the use of some grooming products on market animals may have unexpected consequences.
Keith Burgett and sons Phillip and Bryan have built sort of an Angus dynasty since they bought their first cattle in 1984. They now raise about 350 head, consisting mostly of purebred Angus and some crosses.
A workshop on owning and operating a portable sawmill will be held July 14 at Bruce Tree Farm located in Monroe County.
“Cows and Curds: Dairying in Zoar” on June 16 will feature a demonstration of the 19th century methods of making butter and cheese.
Jim Comp and his sons borrowed ideas from others to build a dairy operation making profits on the efficiencies of scale.
Surveys have shown that the primary factor affecting a decision to leave an organization is whether or not the manager develops a trusting relationship with the employees.
An Ashtabula County couple donated their amusement park collection to Penn State University Libraries.
“Interactions Between Agroecosystems and Rural Communities,” edited and co-authored by Cornelia Flora, Iowa State University rural sociologist, examines the effects of agricultural production on people and the environment.
Historic funding levels for primary and secondary education – $1.4 billion – tightened Ohio’s two-year state budget for many programs, including agriculture.
Miners’ Memorial Park honors the men and women who mined coal in southeastern Ohio.