The Ohio Senate approved legislation May 24 to transfer regulation of large livestock operations from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to the Ohio Department of Agriculture.
A northeastern Ohio buffalo ranch is a world leader in buffalo genetics and DNA testing.
The members of Select Sires and Sire Power have approved the merger of the two artificial insemination cooperatives.
Dairy farmers across the nation are organizing a dump of one day’s milk production, hoping to draw national attention to low milk prices.
Ohio Gov. Bob Taft responded to a set of questions concerning environmental issues and agriculture.
One of the largest model railroads in northeastern Ohio will be running this month during a special public open house.
Beaver County man elected master of Pa. State Grange for third term
Passage of Ohio’s statewide Issue 1 would breathe life into the state’s farmland program by providing local governments with matching funds to buy farmland development rights, says one land use expert.
New market loss assistance payments to milk producers are expected to go out within the next few months. Ag appropriations bill also expands the dairy options program.
Tax laws allow farmers more flexibility in reporting government payments than they may think.
The Jefferson Depot in Ashtabula County, Ohio, wants to add more buildings to restored historic village.
The FDA is withdrawing its approval of fluoroquinolone poultry antibiotics.
Nationalizing land rights is socialism purchased with taxes, says one reader about Ohio’s statewide Issue 1.
Claudia Bernardi, a native of Argentina and human rights activist, will present a lecture in Wooster Nov. 9.
Join the celebration of the 100th anniversary of William McKinley’s second inauguration.
Everything you need to know about writing letters to the editor of Farm and Dairy.
Research has shown that berries contain many anticarcinogen values and the nutraceutical and phytochemical properties of berries are directly affecting people’s health.
Even though he was highly critical of several key provisions, President Clinton signed a $78 billion bill to fund the USDA.