A record tree planting in northwest Ohio this spring will help reduce farmland soil erosion.
The market never really forgets about the demand side of the price equation.
New soybean crop is headed toward setting a record production.
The Woman’s Club of Hudson holds its 56th annual antique show, sale June 14-16.
New contempt of court charged lodged against Buckeye Egg Farm include counts of new fly outbreaks, storm water discharge, and failure to comply with disposal of eggwash requirements.
Ben Carpenter and Christy Lahmers were recognized as state degree winner.
The Patterson Fruit Farm at Chesterland, Ohio, is a sixth generation fruit farm growing 45 acres of apples and strawberries, with a farm market, bakery, and gift room, and a seven-week Family Fun Fest in the fall.
Beef, dairy, sheep and swine producers, outdoor enthusiasts and anyone interested in coyotes and their habits are invited to participate.
The ONR Hall of Fame inducts individuals, past and present, who have made significant contributions to Ohio’s natural resources through management practices, environmental education or scientific achievement.
According to an Iowa State entomologist, biting flies can adversely affect animal performance, and spread disease among your cattle.
Powdery mildew is present in certain fields of susceptible varieties in north central and northeast sections of the state.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell writes about the advantages of cooperation across traditional ideological and economic barriers.
Emerson Nafziger, crop production specialist with University of Illinois Extension, writes about the unfortunate tendency to condemn GM crops before their benefits have been realized.
The World Trade Organization’s appellate body overturned a 1999 decision by the U.S. International Trade Commission that has prompted the United States to impose import restraints on lamb meat imports.
Although experts are putting the blame on the hemlock wolly adelgid, the answer isn’t that simple.
Scouting the best defense agains the alfalfa weevil and potato leafhoppers now showing up in area alfalfa fields.
Once again, visitors from around the world will be able to log onto their Internet browsers, sit back and witness one of nature’s wonders: a crop of corn growing in eastern Iowa.
A new oral history project at the University of Illinois is helping to recover the routine and preserve the ordinary through the memories of Depression era undergraduates.
The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources warns that the best of intentions often lead to bad results when people pick up young animals, instead of leaving them where they were found.
Wisconsin dairies with serious subclinieal mastitis problems are up to seven times more likely to have antibiotic residues in their milk than producers with herds that have a low incidence of mastitis, according to the study.