Penn State’s Cover Crop Interseeder and Applicator plants cover crops, at the same time applying fertilizer or herbicide. This lets farmers seed cover crops into corn long before the corn is harvested.
Pennsylvania’s Ag Progress Days concludes this afternoon. But research and development on the topics will continue.
Belmont leads Ohio for the number of drilling permits issued in July. Drilling is ramping up as pipelines continue to be constructed.
Join us for our live-blogging coverage of the 2013 Food Dialogues: Ohio.
The youth livestock auction results from the 2013 Ashtabula County Fair.
Ohio Holstein Association says settlement appears close. Joint statement to be released within weeks.
Aug. 8, 2013 Sale Total: $198,307.80 Total Lots: 209 See last year’s results STEERS Number of Market Lots: 26 Average: $2.69/pound with champions; $1.96/pound without Total steer sale: $86,246.30 Grand champion: Matt Powers Bid: $16.50/pound Weight: 1,371 pounds Buyer: Amerikohl Mining, Inc. Butler, Pa. Reserve champion: Taylor Kennedy Bid: $5/pound Weight: 1,168 pounds Buyer: Rex […]
Hobby farmers, urban farmers, gardeners and back-to-the-land survivalists are using root cellars to store vegetables throughout the winter months. Here’s an easy way to make your own.
World population, U.S. farm productivity, Earl Butz and Bret Maverick: What should farmers believe?
NASS forecasts 76.4 million acres of soybeans for harvest this year. If realized, this will be the second largest harvested acreage on record and NASS forecasts this year’s corn yield at 154.4 bushels per acre, the third-highest yield on record.