Pennsylvania Holstein convention sale was Feb. 22 at the Radisson Inn in West Middlesex.
A recently published study confirms that including lean red meat in a heart-healthy diet can positively impact blood cholesterol levels.
Ohio Consumers’ Counsel alerts consumers about the hazards of variable rate offers.
A widespread outbreak has put much of that country under quarantine while thousands of animals are being destroyed. An immediate ban was imposed on animal products being imported into the United States from Britain.
A three-day program provideing 25 hours of intensive training in woodland management will be offered in Noble County.
OSU extension agent and OSU animal scientist receive Master Grazier Award at the Great Lakes International Grazing Conference.
The 14th Ohio Beef Expo will be held March 16-18 at the Ohio Expo Center in Columbus.
The Mariners” Museum at Newport News, Va., will have Women and the Sea on exhibit from March 17 through Jan. 6, 2002.
Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur will keynote the first Conference on CLOUT (Cooperation and Linking Offer Unbeatable Transactions) March 16-17 on the campus of Iowa State University.
A recent fire in a John Deere Equipment Division leased facility north of Davenport, Iowa, caused extensive damage.
Hard maple and oak have about 23 million Btu per cord, woods like aspen and basswood average about 16 million Btu per cord, and conifers like jack or red pine will be 12 million Btu or lower.
Exotic Bird Show to be held Feb. 25 in the Rhodes Center.
Awards were made at the 2001 Junior Holstein Association state convention Feb. 2-4 in West Middlesex, Pa.
Ed Ballard, animal systems educator from the University of Illinois, and a host of diverse Ohio producers will speak at Ohio Forage and Grasslands Council annual conference March 2.
A 26-year-old retired Appaloosa being kept by Mary Jo Modzeldwski of Burgettstown, Pa., ventured onto a footbridge where it had never gone before and fell through. It took a tow truck to get him out.
Napoleon in Egypt, a history exhibit exploring the time the French conqueror spent in one of the world’s greatest civilizations, will open March 3 at the Cincinnati History Museum.
Research at The University of Tennessee has focused on the economic feasibility of growing biomass crops for energy production.
Two Ohio State Agricultural Technical Institute researchers found that it doesn’t matter if it’s barbecue, sour cream and onion, or plain – potato chips are the snack of choice for pigs.
The GMO revolution promises a long-lasting and favorable impact on agriculture worldwide.
The 25th annual Maple Syrup Festival is March 3-4 and 10-11, from noon to 4 p.m. daily.