LONDON, Ohio — So far, most of the conservation practices in the Lake Erie watersheds and across Ohio are done on a voluntary basis, and farmers generally want to keep it that way. But that could change, depending on the situation in Ohio’s water bodies. Terry Cosby, the state conservationist for the USDA Natural Resources […]
A byproduct of coal-fired power plants could make an exceptional soil amendment and help reduce nutrient loss.
Heritage Cooperative expands its Kenton, Ohio, facility.
CARROLLTON, Ohio — The Carroll County Cattlemen’s Association combined forces with the Carroll County 4-H and OSU Extension for a fall meeting to find out the best way to winterize a cattle herd. Organizers like John McKarns and Dr. Keith Burgett said without the organizations working together, the event wouldn’t have come together. The event […]
WASHINGTON, D.C., September 22, 2014 – The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture has released a new version of its popular My American Farm app for iPads, Android tablets and Kindle Fire. The app is available for download on iTunes, Google Play and Amazon. The new version of the app, My American Farm 2.0, contains […]
The Environmental Protection Agency has dropped an appeal for a ruling concerning a West Virginia farm.
Former U.S. Representative James Traficant sustained injuries in a farm accident on Sept. 23.
Pipelines and processing facility expansions in the southern Utica are on the way.
EPA approves permits for storing carbon.
USDA gives the go-ahead to Dow AgroSciences’ Enlist corn and soybean traits.
The Lillie Farm is full of dairy history, but as times changed, so did it. It is now a grain farm.
On Sept. 16, nine students in the Zane Trace Agriculture Leadership and Communications class traveled to the Farm Science Review in London, Ohio, to promote the Food For Thought Grant Program.
Irrigated acres have doubled in the past five years in Kentucky but still remain under 10 percent of the state’s total acreage.
The Keystone State’s Italian varieties, with 261.6 million pounds, were 5.1 percent above 2012 production and accounted for 61.3 percent of total cheese in 2013.
Believe it or not, the thing that could change farming isn’t the climate or a new piece of equipment.
The Tuscarawas County Fair set another sale record.
From planters to harvesters, the focus continues to be on high-tech, precision equipment.
Many people are familiar with the gluten-free movement, even if they don’t tailor their diets around gluten-free foods.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The number of teens who abuse tobacco, alcohol, drugs and other substances hasn’t changed much in the past couple of decades — but for those who are prone to addiction for one reason or another, the menu of substances to choose from is larger than ever. Parents have to educate themselves about […]
While the chances of an American chestnut variety becoming a timber tree again is likely decades away, Bob Stehli of Wintergreen Tree Farm said there is money to be made in chestnuts.