Monday, May 2, 2016

The United Egg Producers vow to keep fighting so U.S. egg producers can stay in business.

ASHLAND, Ohio — On Sept. 15, the Mapleton FFA soil judging team swept the meet, having nine of the top 10 competitors from the...

THOMPSON, Ohio -- Thompson Ledge Dairymen participated in the Great Geauga County Fair over Labor Day Weekend. The club has grown to 21 members...

The notion of milking cows with a robot, let alone one named "Lely Astronaut 3," might remind some milk producers of science fiction shows like Star Wars or Star Trek. There is no known robotic milker currently installed in Ohio, but these sleek, high-tech machines are tugging on the barn doors of some of the state's most progressive dairies, and the seemingly fictional concept is proving to be a science rooted in efficiency and increased productivity.

Two dairies in western Ohio have been unable to pay on loans since March.

Editor:There continues to be a belief with some livestock farmers in Ohio that no one can or will regulate animal care in the state....

Witmer’s Feed and Grain has agreed to settle the lawsuit in exchange for many of employee’s assets.

LANSING, Michigan -- Michigan is one step away from approving a new bill to regulate animal care in agreement with standards outlined by one...

HARRISBURG, Pa. --A team of six Belgian draft horses, exhibited by Triple Star Farm of Columbus Mich., drove into victory at the All Breed...

URBANA, Ill -- It sure would be nice if equine surgeons could pull out their crystal ball during prepurchase exams and tell an owner...
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