Farm and Dairy witnessed and recorded more than $4 million being raised in support of 4-H and FFA youth at 28 county fairs this summer in the tri-state region.
The top lot of recent ewolfs sale was an Arthur Quartley oil on canvas, which sold for $16,560.
The focus of this fall’s conversations has been more about biotech corn than bushels per acre.
Taking care of your timepiece investment takes time.
Pa. farm helped rescue chickens trapped in Buckeye Egg facility after September tornado.
Novel community-based conservation approach takes the long view toward “changing tomorrow’s history.”
More than 400 people interested in Great Lakes issues on the national, regional, state and local levels gathered recently in Toledo.
Environmental quality has improved, but it still has some ways to go to meet the EPA standards that have been set.
The campaign for a purchase of development rights (PDR) program was defeated on Super Tuesday in Medina County.
DeWine is not backing down from his support of the controversial central Ohio Little Darby National Wildlife Refuge proposal, saying the region could become a “national jewel.”
A series of public meetings across Ohio and Pennsylvania coordinated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission aired comments regarding the proposed Independence Pipeline.
Nineteen Ohio counties, most of which are near Ohio’s major cities or in the Appalachian region, grew an estimated 10 percent or more between 1990 and 1998.
New Ohio law creates the ability for local or state agencies to acquire agricultural easements for the purpose of protecting productive farmland from conversion to nonagricultural use.
Ohio’s greatest population growth is occurring in Brown, Clermont and Warren near Cincinnati; Delaware, Licking, Fairfield, Pickaway and Madison near Columbus; and Medina, Portage, Geauga and Ashtabula near Cleveland.
USDA’s active monitoring of flocks in Vermont since 1996 will prevent widespread contamination from TSE.
The Voluntary Farmland Protection Act would permit farmers to donate or sell a “protective easement” for fair market value and still retain private ownership of the land for farming or business directly related to marketing farm products.
Independence Pipeline backers amended their original application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Just in case Buckeye Egg has hatched any plans to abandon its mega egg production facilities in Ohio, the Ohio attorney general’s office has asked the local court to seize the Ohio assets of both the company and its principal owner.
If an agricultural easement is granted in perpetuity as a charitable gift, income tax and federal estate tax advantages usually accrue.
After a three-year approval process, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved certificates July 12 for the Independence Pipeline Company.