The current U.S. grain handling system can satisfy the EU standards related to GMOs, says an Illinois economist.
Voters in Monroe County, Ohio, must decide just how valuable OSU Extension, the county’s SWCD and senior citizens’ services are.
Nationalizing land rights is socialism purchased with taxes, says one reader about Ohio’s statewide Issue 1.
Check out this listing of antiques shows and sales advertised in Farm and Dairy.
One of the largest model railroads in northeastern Ohio will be running this month during a special public open house.
Beaver County man elected master of Pa. State Grange for third term
Passage of Ohio’s statewide Issue 1 would breathe life into the state’s farmland program by providing local governments with matching funds to buy farmland development rights, says one land use expert.
New market loss assistance payments to milk producers are expected to go out within the next few months. Ag appropriations bill also expands the dairy options program.
Tax laws allow farmers more flexibility in reporting government payments than they may think.
What is really the prime mover of today’s booming economy. One reader offers his view.
The Jefferson Depot in Ashtabula County, Ohio, wants to add more buildings to restored historic village.
The FDA is withdrawing its approval of fluoroquinolone poultry antibiotics.
Farm and Dairy witnessed and recorded more than $4 million being raised in support of 4-H and FFA youth at 28 county fairs this summer in the tri-state region.
Taking care of your timepiece investment takes time.
The top lot of recent ewolfs sale was an Arthur Quartley oil on canvas, which sold for $16,560.
The focus of this fall’s conversations has been more about biotech corn than bushels per acre.
Pa. farm helped rescue chickens trapped in Buckeye Egg facility after September tornado.
DeWine is not backing down from his support of the controversial central Ohio Little Darby National Wildlife Refuge proposal, saying the region could become a “national jewel.”
Novel community-based conservation approach takes the long view toward “changing tomorrow’s history.”
More than 400 people interested in Great Lakes issues on the national, regional, state and local levels gathered recently in Toledo.