The American Livestock Breeds Conservancy has listed Ayrshire, Guernsey and Milking Shorthorn dairy breeds on its watch list because they have shown a marked decline since 1970.
A University of Illinois field test found a Bt corn variety had no adverse effect on black swallowtail caterpillars, but a lab test on a different event drew words of caution.
Knox County farmers Greg and Beverly Miller of Lone Pine Ranch, Howard, received the statewide Environmental Stewardship Award sponsored by the Ohio Sheep Improvement Association.
Ohio Gov. Bob Taft responded to a set of questions concerning environmental issues and agriculture.
The Ohio Senate approved legislation May 24 to transfer regulation of large livestock operations from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
Demand is strong for Bunker Hill’s organic cheese and Goshen Dairy is considering bottling organic fluid milk.
Boer goats are meat goats native to South Africa, but they are also one of the hottest new farm animals in Ohio.
Ohio’s land values and land use are shifting from the Midwest into the Northeast.
Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has issued a final permit to allow Stoll Farms Inc. to expand its Wayne County dairy farm.
The Jefferson Depot in Ashtabula County, Ohio, wants to add more buildings to restored historic village.
Everything you need to know about writing letters to the editor of Farm and Dairy.
One of the largest model railroads in northeastern Ohio will be running this month during a special public open house.
Passage of Ohio’s statewide Issue 1 would breathe life into the state’s farmland program by providing local governments with matching funds to buy farmland development rights, says one land use expert.
Claudia Bernardi, a native of Argentina and human rights activist, will present a lecture in Wooster Nov. 9.
Even though he was highly critical of several key provisions, President Clinton signed a $78 billion bill to fund the USDA.
Tax laws allow farmers more flexibility in reporting government payments than they may think.