Properly field dressing a deer can cut the risk of illness. Here’s a few tips to keep your field dressing proper.
Vegetable and small-fruit growers can participate in a series of monthly, Web-based seminars sponsored by Penn State Extension and Cornell Cooperative Extension that will kick off Dec. 18.
A new version of a severance tax on gas and oil has been introduced in the Ohio House of Representatives that has the support of the oil and gas industry.
Western Reserve Land Conservancy, which earlier this year merged with Little Beaver Creek Land Foundation, has now expanded into the rest of Columbiana County as well as into Carroll and Jefferson counties.
The Affordable Care Act is changing the way healthcare in America works. Here’s a few common questions you may have.
Photos from the 95th annual Ohio Farm Bureau Federation meeting.
A farm bill may still be possible before 2013 is over. At least that’s what U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown thinks.
The nation’s poverty rate was 16 percent in 2012, unchanged from 2011.
That’s according to a supplemental poverty measure released by the U.S. Census Bureau.
An undercover animal rights investigator who spent four months producing a video documenting alleged abuse to cattle on a Colorado farm is herself being charged for animal cruelty.
Farm-based solar power is catching on in Huron County, and across the state.
According to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, three permits were issued for horizontal drilling in the Utica shale in Morgan County in November. The permits, the first permits issued for Morgan County, went to PDC Energy Inc. for a site in Center Township.
SMITHVILLE, Ohio — The Smithville FFA chapter members took a trip to Louisville, Ky. to attend the FFA National Convention. The Smithville FFA members who went are Alyssa Kaufman, Katie Hostetler, Bobby Joyner, Kolstin Hartzler, Wren Hostetler, Frank Becker, Michael Stewart, Milagro Cantera, Chris Tomic, Colin Stoll, Marisa Hartzler, Jacob Studer, Haley Dotterer, Bristol Tope, […]
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection is sponsoring four natural gas vehicle (NGV) grant workshops in northwestern and northcentral Pa. in December.
Hunters can help feed more than 1.5 million Pennsylvanians by donating deer meat through Hunters Sharing the Harvest.
State and federal grants to help develop and improve public access for outdoor recreation facilities have been approved by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
MEDINA, Ohio — Estes Auctions held an auction of deco chrome radios Nov. 16. Bidders came from 19 states and Canada and China. High sellers included a McMurdo Silver Masterpiece V, which sold for $8,000; a model VI at $8,000; a Masterpiece IV at $7,000; and a Masterpiece V at $7,500. A Scott Philharmonic sold […]
A team of Ohio conservationists is dedicated to re-establishing the endangered eastern hellbender, the largest amphibian in Ohio and one of the largest salamanders in the world, in areas it once occupied.
The holiday countdown is on and it’s time to get your house razzle-dazzle ready. But before you do, make sure to check that your lights and decorations are still in good working order after a year in storage.
The incoming president of the National Milk Producers Federation recently urged dairy farmers to become more engaged in the organization and the policymaking process.
State officials from the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PFBC) and the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources have confirmed that environmental DNA from the invasive Asian silver carp has been found in two water samples collected from the Ohio River.