Look at the American landscape with new eyes through a photograph exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
A rare bronze brings $40,000 at the ewolf’s December fine art and fine decorations online auction.
Calves and heifers experience more disease during the winter than at any other time. What can you do to prevent it?
EPA’s proposed regulations for large animal feedlot operation pollution control are under fire by the American Farm Bureau.
The Western Reserve Historical Society remembers the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at two special events, Jan. 14-15.
Before World War II just about everybody farmed and hauled lumber and cord wood with horses. That love of the heavy horse seems to persist especially in Ohio, the heart of draft horse country in the modern farming era.
Fresh off the press and ready for a long winter’s night read is Ohio State’s 2000 Corn Performance Trials results.
Ohio hog producers had over 1.5 million hogs on hand Dec. 1, up 2 percent from a year earlier, and 6 percent above last quarter.
A Forest Wildlife Conference will be held Jan. 20 at the Buckeye Joint Vocational School in New Philadelphia.
A 1959 #1 blonde Ponytail Barbie with reset blonde hair and touched-up face paint sold in her original box with #1 stand for a high bid of $4,100 at a recent McMasters auction.
Virgil Hudson donated an agricultural easement on his 100-acre Auglaize County farm to the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
Dennis Buffington, professor of agricultural at Penn State, studies when to consider heating by burning corn.
Recently approved Dairy Market Loss Assistance Payments will be made starting this week.
USDA announced last week that 2,000 pork checkoff referendum ballots initially declared invalid will be reviewed again at the county level to determine whether they can be counted.
The Cuyahoga National Park is re-establishing farming where it was being pursued before the park was created 25 years ago. Proposals for sustainable farming operations are being accepted.
New PBS series is holding a casting call of centernarians to have their stories told on The Living Century, a new series that premiered in December.
Bible texts from the 1st century through the Kings James version of 1611 showcase some of the milestones of its earliest history on exhibit at the University of Michigan.
Medina County 4-H will present a six-class tractor certification course Jan. 13 through Feb. 17for those 14-16 who will be operating a tractor over 20-horse power.
Texas A&M University has successfully cloned an exact copy of Bull 86, a pregenitor found resistant to most cattle disease.
The Ashtabula Arts Center will host an exhibit of original comic book art by acclaimed artist P. Craig Russell. from Jan. 5 through Feb. 28.