While the weather outside isn’t frightful – yet – livestock producers still need to be thinking now about how they’ll keep their animals warm when the temperatures drop, wind chills rise and it starts to snow, snow, snow.
The two brothers were convicted of intentionally destroying their seeds, crops and potatoes in storage.
Ohio Farm Bureau Federation delegates met Dec. 10-12 to wrestle with ways the state’s largest farm organization should address the hot topics of CAUV, water quality and taxes.
Promoting the quality of a farm’s product, according to Sam Hawk, is every bit as important as the day-to-day production work. Hawk has no problem discussing his passion for farming.
During last month’s meeting, the Hicks and Hayseeds 4-H Club elected new officers.
A survey of the Midwest shows the value of renting agricultural buildings.
On Dec. 3, members of the Northwestern FFA competed in the District 3 parliamentary procedure contest held at Northwestern High School.
Drive-it-yourself tour to feature water quality improvements.
Kentucky beef cattle producers voted to assess themselves an additional $1 per head on cattle marketed in Kentucky in a statewide referendum held in November.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources granted 79 permits during the month of November.
After successfully completing their senior year, they will receive a bachelor’s degree from Penn State while continuing to pursue their veterinary degree at the University of Glasgow School of Veterinary Medicine.
The economic impact of Lake Erie’s toxic algae blooms on the city of Toledo totalled an estimated $2.2 million to $2.5 million.
The Trumbull County Cooperator of Year was awarded to the Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership.
Today, more than 60 percent of farmers have access to precision technology, and about 90 percent of farm machinery can connect to the Internet and transmit data, but almost all of that data isn’t used by farmers.
Rural Ohio food pantry among those competing in Walmart’s Food Pantry Holiday Makeover.
Coal prices have risen slightly in the past year, but the increase has been so minimal — at 2 percent, or $5-7 per ton — that consumers will not feel the impact.
Follow these tips and your poinsettia will look great all year.
In Ohio, more than 3 million people use natural gas, and the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) oversees more than 56,000 miles of distribution lines, which provide natural gas to individual users, as well as more than 10,000 miles of transmission lines.
The drug could create antibiotic-resistant bacteria, increasing the chances of infection in humans that can’t be treated by conventional medicine.
Board members from the Jefferson County Educational Service Center, Southern Local Schools and the Utica Shale Academy got a first-hand look at the new conversion school which is preparing students for a future in the oil and gas industry.