The National Watermedia Exhibition 2001, features the work of over 80 artists will open at the Canton Museum of Art April 27
The Central Ohio Draft Horse Association was out in force over the first full weekend in April at Roger Shira’s farm on Cassell Road, south of Fredericktown.
The schedule of events for the May 5 extension fair will includes Ashtabula County’s own version of Family Feud.
Four members of the 2001 OSU Poultry Judging Team won eight top 10 team and individual honors at the 54th annual Southern Collegiate Poultry Judging Contest in Baton Rouge, La.
Spring Run Farm is the county’s top Ayrshire herd and is also the fifth-ranked Ayrshire herd in Ohio.
Visits to university dairy, beef, swine, sheep, deer and equine facilities will be by appointment only.
It is easy in all the excitement and rush of calving season to overlook some basic management procedures that affect the calf for the rest of his life.
The National Pork Producers Council has canceled the 2001 World Pork Expo to prevent potential risks of foot-and-mouth disease.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell coments about current news that has shaken the agricultural community.
A coalition of more than 100 governmental, educational and business organizations working together to improve financial literacy among young people has published “Improving Financial Literacy: What Schools and Parents Can and Cannot Do.”
Research planned to determine when insecticide are needed
A string of suspicious barn fires in Wayne and Holmes counties remains under investigation.
Neal Peterson, founder of the Pawpaw Foundation and grower of the largest developed variety pawpaw orchard in the United States will speak at a horticulture workshop April 28 in Albany, Ohio.
Quality handcrafted goods will be sold in connection with the Herbal Society’s annual plant sale.
Ohio Corn Growers study recommends Putnam county for the development of a new production facility. Local organization is underway.
In the book, “Talking Back to Civilization: Indian Voices From the Progressive Era” historian Frederick Hoxie writes that the expansionof the United States “fell short” of wiping out the continent’s indigenous cultures. As tragic as the 19th century was, it marked “but a moment in the long history of a people.”
The in-ground Hillside Canal Boat Exhibit will be the newest addition to the living history of Historic Roscoe Village. Christening is April 21.
Pegasus Farm offers a degree of independence to handicapped people who have very little of it in their lives.