Kiss of Nabisco transforms nuisance wheat variety into a premium identity-preserved grain.
A clock made by Jacob Blumer of the family famous for hiding the Liberty Bell during the Revolutionary War sold for $4,950.
Ed Johnson, who pioneered ag broadcasts across Ohio, died at his home Feb. 12, 2001.
This six-part series on dating covers topics from meeting new people to strategies for a successful marriage.
Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association holds alternatives in agriculture workshop on specialty greenhouse production.
Sheep seized in July 2000 after the USDA found transmissible spongiform encephalopathy (TSE) disease will now be destroyed.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on columnist George F. Will’s assessment of the dismal world of K-12 public education
Series will feature the museum’s collection in storage which has been closed to the public for over 20 years.
John Waymire, whose Little Miami Flower Co. has annual cut flower sales of close to a million stems on the wholesale market, will speak at the OEFFA workshop.
The Documentary Heritage of Ohio has been published by the Ohio University Press.
Apple growers talk about what’s hot and what’s not in their markets at the Ohio Fruit and Vegetable Growers’ Conference and Ohio Roadside Marketing Conference.
Gov. Ridge proposes $140 million to implement the third year of the “Growing Greener” program in Pennsylvania.
OSU’s new direct marketing specialist said the potential for direct marketing opportunities is huge for Ohio’s farmers.
United Producers and Southern States Cooperative announce an agreement for UPI to lease and operate livestock facilities owned by Southern States.
The Ohio Fruit and Vegetable Growers and Ohio Roadside Marketing held an awards breakfast at their combined conference Feb. 8 in Toledo.
The USDA expects a 1 percent increase in milk production in 2001.
Take a few minutes to test your knowledge of energy-related issues with this quiz from the Energy Information Administration.
Answers are based on data collected by the Energy Information Administration through December 2000. You’ll find them following the questions.
A letter in response to the Jan. 25 article “The British came awhile ago,” relates it to the old song, “Take this job and shove it”.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on the possibilities of ethanol from multiple biomass sources.
John Cabas, former coach at Salem, will be at the Salem Historical Society Feb. 11 for Quaker Sam display.