The number of sheep and lambs on Ohio farms on Jan. 1 totaled 142,000 head. This number is 6 percent more than a year ago.
The number of cattle and calves in Ohio on Jan. 1 was estimated at 1.24 million head, unchanged from last year.
A tour of Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park and the Bear Tooth Highway, and Cody, Wyo. leaves Sept. 8.
Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences will hold the Pennsylvania Game Breeders and Hunting Preserves annual meeting, Feb. 25-27.
A letter in response to the Jan. 25 article “The British came awhile ago,” relates it to the old song, “Take this job and shove it”.
A “timing attack.” can explore the contents of the visiting browser’s “cache” of recent activities and plant “cache cookies.”
Ohio State researchers looking for answers to a major food-borne illness in the organism’s most common host – chickens.
Cornell University has established a Web site devoted to making available full-text copies of more than 800 important agricultural texts.
Forget the roses! Be as creative and as unique as possible on Valentine’s Day.
Investors around the world are risking losing their investments – lured by aggressive advertising and publicity that tout the lucrative prospects of online investing.
Pennsylvania dairy farms are invited to apply for this year’s Dairy of Distinction award from the Northeast Dairy Farm Beautification Program.
In this week’s commentary, Editor Susan Crowell comments on economist Peter Goldsmith’s advice to producers to break out of the commodity mind-set and grab more of the food chain.
At least 14 moderate-size earthquakes have caused minor to moderate damage in Ohio.
Penn State’s 2001 Christmas Tree Management Short Course will be held Feb. 21-22.
Ohio native Laura Ann Bergman returns from Missouri to act as the first full-time director of Innovative Farmers of Ohio.
Geologists detected a 4.2 magnitude earthquake Jan. 25, the largest earthquake to be registered in Ohio since 1986.
George Slater explains the position of the Ohio Farmers Union in support of the Nobel County visioning program.
As of Feb. 22, producers will get Grade A prices for Swiss cheese with smaller eyes or holes.
University of Minnesota agricultural economist Richard Levins was keynote speaker at the annual meeting of the Innovative Farmers of Ohio annual meeting Jan 27 at Wooster.
A mahogany Chippendale bonnet-top highboy was the top-selling item at an auction by Nick Verbus and Mike Dinse, selling for $4,500.