Napoleon in Egypt, a history exhibit exploring the time the French conqueror spent in one of the world’s greatest civilizations, will open March 3 at the Cincinnati History Museum.
More than 80 percent of U.S. consumers want GM food labeled. Consumer scientist says farmers should want that, too.
Steve Badgett of Berlin Center, Ohio, calls for the complete dismantling of the Ohio Proficiency Test.
In the dawn of the 21st century, 76 million baby boomers born between 1946 and 1961 face the prospect of age-related macular degeneration.
The 25th annual Maple Syrup Festival is March 3-4 and 10-11, from noon to 4 p.m. daily.
Exotic Bird Show to be held Feb. 25 in the Rhodes Center.
Ed Ballard, animal systems educator from the University of Illinois, and a host of diverse Ohio producers will speak at Ohio Forage and Grasslands Council annual conference March 2.
A new bill has been introduced to complete the unfinished business of the 1996 farm program.
Producer awards presented at the 2001 Ohio Pork Congress Feb. 8-9.
Antique consultants Gus Knapp and Nancy Kalin and 35 dealers will be at the Antiques in Canton Show and Sale sponsored by the Museum Guild of the Canton Museum of Art.
Communication between parents and teens presents challenges for both. “Your goal as a parent should be to love and communicate,” said an adolescence-development specialist.
Farm economists told Congress to get ready for the fourth consecutive year of record low commodity prices.
Pre-stroke personality may have a greater influence on stroke recovery than the brain injury itself.
Research at The University of Tennessee has focused on the economic feasibility of growing biomass crops for energy production.
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.
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.