Thursday, March 23, 2017

Those who have a first-degree relative — parent, sibling or child — who has had colon or rectal cancer are most at risk for developing the disease themselves.
Heifers, calves and a bull in a pasture

The ultimate goal should be to achieve ideal bull condition for breeding season and start far enough in advance so it's not a sprint to attain it.

More than 150 members of the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau traveled to Washington D.C. seeking support from Pennsylvania's Congressional Delegation on ag issues.

It focuses on food safety; livestock health; human rights and labor practices; environmentally sustainable practices; and business ethics and integrity.

Emily Buck, Ph.D., associate professor, Ohio State University, and third-generation farmer, will talk about what farmers do, and why they do it.

Beef producers have an opportunity to buy some of the best genetics in the northeast at the Pennsylvania's Livestock Evaluation Center on March 31, at noon.

The Hillsdale FFA chapter celebrated FFA week with a variety of activities that advocate for agriculture.
Canfield Fair

CANFIELD, Ohio — The Canfield Fair Foundation and the board of directors of the Canfield Fair are launching a $4.5 million, five-year capital campaign...
Therapeutic riding

SLIPPERY ROCK, Pa. — The bond between a horse and a human may go unspoken, and often the touch of trust and look of...
Holstein dairy cows

The Northeast Ohio Regional Dairy Conference encouraged farmers to aim for the top third, by knowing and following their numbers.
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