Saturday, July 22, 2017
U.S. Capitol

Senate votes against the EPA's Waters of the U.S. rule.
soybeans

Yields might be down, but the crop is coming off dry, and the cost of drying is relatively cheap.

Pennsylvania was first. Now Ohio. Two lawsuits seeking class action status have now been filed against Chesapeake Exploration.
house in winter

While it might not feel like it, colder winter weather is on the way and the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection wants all residents to stay safe and warm this winter by properly preparing their homes.
harvest cornucopia and Russell Redding

Pennsylvania's Secretary of Agriculture, Russell Redding, offers heartfelt thanks during this season of thanksgiving: 'Thank you for your commitment to agriculture, in whatever way you are connected.'
grain bins

To turn around grain prices, commentator Marlin Clark says we need to turn around the mood of the speculators.
chesapeake well site sign

Chesapeake's Utica shale net production in the third quarter dropped 15 percent, as the company curtailed production as a result of weak product pricing.
flowers and garden trowel

This month, you can pick up where you left off with October’s gardening chores and make sure your lawn and garden are ready for winter.
Collage of this week's top stories

This week’s top stories include a bull attack on a Grove City, Pennsylvania, farmer, cast iron cooking tips, proposed cuts to the crop insurance program and more.
beef cattle on pasture

Beef and dairy producers in Indiana should watch their herds carefully this fall for signs of the blood disease anaplasmosis, a Purdue animal health specialist said.
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