How serious is the late planting? Depends upon the source of the opinion. (Hint, the trade is not all that concerned.)
Four Ohioans who have committed their lives to working in, promoting and advocating for Ohio’s farm and agribusiness community will be honored Aug. 2 by the Ohio Agricultural Council (OAC), when they are inducted into the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame.
2013 Farm Bill on track for summer votes
According to the ODNR, production reports were submitted for 87 wells in 2012. OF these, 65 were commercial producing wells, 19 were tested and shut-in and three were dry and abandoned.
Far off the beaten path in southwestern Pennsylvania, stands a farm with a sign on an outbuilding displaying one of its proudest achievements: 2012 Farmer of the Year for the Washington County Conservation District.
Nearly 20 teams gathered May 11 at the Rohrer Farm near Wadsworth to demonstrate horse plowing to the public.
Warmer weather is finally here and with the rising temperatures comes the emergence of ticks that may carry dangerous diseases, and are now looking to feed.
After a tornado destroyed their building in September of 2010, a new research and engineering facility is being built that will house some 50-plus staff.
The Ashtabula County Farm Bureau and the OSU Extension office in Ashtabula County taught more than 1,100 first graders where their food comes from.
Carroll County continues to be the drilling hub in the Utica shale in Ohio. During April, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued 24 permits for wells in Carroll County. All of the permits issued were to Chesapeake Exploration.