Ellen and Doug Whitehouse, owners of Noah’s Lost Ark in Berlin Center, Ohio, began adopting unwanted or abused exotic animals about 10 years ago.
Four new cases of E. coli O157:H7 were confirmed last week in Medina County.
Mushrooms made it possible for Tom Wiandt of Burbank to get himself back down on the farm after spending a number of years working in Wooster as an engineer.
A coalition of state attorneys general last month proposed model legislation, the Producer Protection Act, addressing contract production issues in agriculture.
Retired Ohio cattleman gets back into beef business — in a small, yet big, way.
Ohio apples are typically marketed close to home.
Horse near Harrisburg put down; West Nile virus infection confirmed after tests.
David Stelts of Columbiana County, Ohio, broke the world and state records with his 1,140-pound pumpkin during the Great Pumpkin Commonwealth weigh-off.
Panel questions USDA ag funds used for murals, empty lots and a $97 million vehicle.
Will agriculture have enough equity with the general public to gain a favorable 2002 farm bill? In this week’s opinion, Editor Susan Crowell isn’t sure.
An Ohio-owned Holstein was named supreme champion of the All-American Dairy Show, Sept. 24-28 at the Pa. Farm Show Complex in Harrisburg, Pa.
USDA has expanded the farm storage facility loan program, which offers low-interest loans to farmers building on-farm storage facilities.
Optional tour part of two-day Professional Heifer Growers Association program in Akron Nov. 1-2.
At the urging of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Environmental Protection Agency, Aventis will purchase this year’s crop of Starlink corn.
A record crowd took advantage of a sunny fall day to attend the Country Living Field Day in Carroll County, Ohio.
Fingers are once again pointing to the Medina County Fair as the source of an E. coli outbreak in northeast Ohio this summer.
Scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey confirmed West Nile Virus is on the move and is likely to head south.
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Todd Skinner of Barnesville, Ohio, broke the state pumpkin record with his pumpkin weighing in at 1,109 pounds
An F-4 tornado struck southwestern Ohio Sept. 20, revisiting the Greene County town of Xenia leveled by a tornado in 1974.