Can you ditch the strips and dump the dentist for whiter teeth?
Researchers from University of Wisconsin-Madison and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources examined whether corn and perennial grassland fields in southern Wisconsin could provide both biomass for bioenergy production and bountiful bird habitat.
As Camp Muskingum enters its seventh decade, camp director Todd Davis hopes a pending $2.5 million building project will help keep it around for a good long while.
The Pennsylvania legislature has made it clear whether or not green houses need to meet state code and who needs a commercial driver’s license when it comes to farms. The next stop is the governor’s office.
Frank Lichtkoppler played a major role in cleaning up the Ashtabula River, which took more than 30 years of work.
Johns Hopkins scientists have shown a strong association between tobacco use or exposure and infection with oral human papillomavirus type 16 (HPV16), the sexually transmitted virus responsible for mouth and throat cancers worldwide.
The Andersons of northwest Ohio keeps on growing.
The census provides detailed information relating to the aquaculture industry.
What other way is there to stop the spread of manure?
The Ohio Supreme Court has ruled against two oil and gas companies. In return, the court ruled for the landowner.
Twenty Pennsylvania projects were awarded nearly $1,045,000 in federal grants to increase the visibility and market share of the state’s produce, nursery, horticultural and nut products.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack spoke about the opportunities of products made from plants and agriculture, during the Bioproducts World Showcase.
Is the home-cooked meal going by the wayside? One research team’s findings say it might be.
Creep feeding could offer additional benefits this year.
Coshocton County fall foliage and farm tour announced.
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The winter of 2014 destroyed the McConnell peach crop, but that’s hasn’t closed the market.
The National AgrAbility Project is expanding its services to veterans with disabilities interested in agriculture.
The Hillsdale FFA Agronomy team won a spot to go and compete at the Big E on Sept. 13 in Minnesota.
Farmers using certain biotech traits reminded to safeguard their crop.