Properly field dressing a deer can cut the risk of illness. Here’s a few tips to keep your field dressing proper.
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.
It’s easy to say someone else should do the education, and Extension, Farm Bureau, private industry and others do so, but it means even more when the public can hear a farmer describe what he or she does.
The Affordable Care Act is changing the way healthcare in America works. Here’s a few common questions you may have.
Last year we asked Farm and Dairy readers to write their own version of the classic Christmas poem A Visit from St. Nicholas, and we had some great responses! Some of your poems were funny, others were poignant, but all were wonderful to read.
We had so much fun reading your poems that we’re doing it again! This time, however, we’re asking for your version of The Twelve Days of Christmas.
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.
Here’s a few of the best gingerbread barns and farmhouses from around the web.
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.
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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.
Once again we can talk about the harvest low, except that we have to worry that the actual low is not in, and may not be seen until anticipation of the January Inventory Report by USDA.
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.
Take a look at some Thanksgiving Day tables from Farm and Dairy staff and our friends!
After years of record growth, have farmland values reached their peak?
onsumers line up for the latest incarnation of a smartphone or must-have gaming system, but just because a gadget is the current must-have item does not mean consumers have to overpay for it.
From 2001 to 2011, the Pennsylvania workforce underwent a marked shift from higher-paying to lower-paying jobs, a trend that could have serious implications for the state’s economy, according to a new report by economists in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences.