Central Ohio organic pork producer Ed Snavely is bypassing conventional marketing channels to market his niche product.
Dr. Maulana Karenga, founder of the Kwanzaa holiday, will kick off the Pittsburgh area Kwanzaa celebration at a special lecture Dec. 26 at 7 p.m. in Carnegie Music Hall.
Farm livestock and pets are not being treated inhumanely just because they’re outside, reminds Farm and Dairy Editor Susan Crowell.
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The hoped-for voice that would represent all Ohio dairy farmers has been largely silent for the past year, but the Progressive Dairy Producers of Ohio is back in action.
If milk producers expect to survive in a climate of change, they should take a lesson from the potato industry.
In 1921, Jackson’s Mill in West Virginia became the nation’s first state 4-H camp. Now, the Friends of Jackson’s Mill are trying to drum up both time and money to support the facility.
A series of grazing conferences are planned in late winter in Pennsylvania.
An unprecedented leadership challenge at the Ohio Farm Bureau resulted in the seating of a new president.
One manufacturer of the insecticide diazinon plans to shut down its production.
The All-Ohio Growers Roundtables, a series of three, one-day roundtable discussions on fruit and vegetable production and on growing for the produce auctions, will be held on three Wednesdays in January and February in northcentral Ohio.
Europe’s regulatory reaction to control “mad cow” disease could benefit U.S. soybean growers.
The Akron Antique Market will be held Dec. 9-10 at the Summit County Fairgrounds.
Handmade bed quilts are windows into the past. A newly published book profiles West Virginia quilts and quiltmakers.
The oldest log house in northeast Ohio is decked out for the holidays.
Americans must break from our chronic apathy and complacency so we can confront the carnal chaos surrounding the recent attempt to elect a president of the United States.
Farmers should use extreme caution before signing any contracts regarding the genetic content of crop varieties or hybrids.