Londo is currently professor of silviculture and Extension forestry coordinator with a 25 percent administrative function at Mississippi State University. He will start his new appointment Sept. 1, pending approval by university trustees.
Thunderstorms may have hampered the beginning of the Trumbull County Fair, the weather turned sunny and warm by the end and the bidding for the Trumbull County Fair youth livestock auction had a great attendance.
Sheep tour features four pasture-based farms in Holmes-Coshocton County area
Sheep Day held at OARDC-Wooster Sheep Research Unit
Research suggesting genetic elements from plants make it into eater’s bloodstream turns out to be a ‘false positive.’
Fireflies, also know as lightning bugs, appear on every continent except Antarctica. What else is special about the firefly? The answers may surprise you.
The updated Ohio law increases the size of the farmer-funded grain indemnity fund, which pays producers for losses in the event of a grain elevator failure.
The farm bill’s nutrition title, Title IV, that was removed from the bill that passed, will go back to the ag committee for round two.
Change in weather pattern ends two weeks of rain, but not without consequences.
SALEM, Ohio — The first Ashtabula County permit for a Utica shale well was issued in June. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued a permit to BeUSA Energy LLC for a well site in Wayne Township. Trumbull County Drilling also appears to be moving ahead in Trumbull County. The ODNR issued three horizontal drilling […]