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Researcher studying ways to handle huge quantities of biomass

Monday, December 14, 2009

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — As scientists scramble to develop ways to generate enormous amounts of energy from cleaner-burning, renewable fuels to replace coal and oil, promising agricultural crops such as switchgrass have made headlines. But selecting the plants from which to make energy is just part of the challenge. Systems to handle huge volumes of […]

New roots on Lake Erie: Local food systems are urban planning tool

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Community gardening, land use planning help Cleveland cast a new landscape.

Memories and traditions are what make Christmas, not the tree itself

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

The Feisley Tree Farm includes 300 acres of trees.

Welch, Buchy and James receive Ohio Farm Bureau’s top award

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

This year’s Ohio Farm Bureau Distinguished Service Award winners are Sarah James of Butler County, Esther Welch of Ashland County, and Jim Buchy of Darke County. The awards and other honors were presented Dec. 2-4 in Cincinnati.

Ohio Farm Bureau gears up for next stage in Issue 2 battle

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Ohio Farm Bureau members are digging in for more livestock care battles. “Do not underestimate what you have accomplished,” OFBF Exec. Vice President Jack Fisher told the members during the Dec. 2-4 annual meeting, “but, likewise, do not underestimate the job ahead.”

Dairy farmers make one request: competitive milk pricing system

Monday, December 7, 2009

Farmers urge lawmakers to establish fair and competitive pricing system.

Better feeding conditions favor quality

Sunday, December 6, 2009

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — One yard might be knee-deep in snow, while the other is dealing with piles of mud. Record-high temperatures might cause heat stress in one area while cattle in another region are enduring torrential rainfall. One fact rings true Even with all that variability, one fact rings true: better conditions mean better […]

Adena tractor pulling team sets its sights on repeat performance of 2009

Friday, December 4, 2009

An eastern Ohio tractor pulling team is already looking forward to next season.

Ohio counties study nutrient trading

Thursday, December 3, 2009

Multi-county SWCD board could improve conservation in Muskingum Watershed.

Sentencing delayed for OFU treasurer

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

More time is necessary to determine sentencing for former Ohio Farmers Union treasurer

The right time for renewables

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

OSU energy workshop gives update on solar and wind electric.

2009 Holiday Art and Writing Contest

Monday, November 30, 2009

Thinking of the holidays? Grab your keyboard and put those thoughts on paper in a story for our contest. Or, if you aren’t a writer, but like to draw, we want to see your work. Make a holiday masterpiece and enter it in our holiday art contest.

Gov. Rendell requests more help from federal sources for Pa. dairies

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Pa. governor says more help is needed for dairy producers.

Ohio’s young hunters are succeeding

Saturday, November 28, 2009

COLUMBUS — Young hunters across Ohio were successful during the seventh annual youth deer-gun Season, held Nov. 21-22. Hunters age 17 and under killed 9,331 deer during the special two-day season, aimed at providing a high-quality hunting experience for younger Ohioans. Last year’s youth hunt saw a deer harvest of 9,852. The Ohio Department of […]

Conservation district hands out awards

Friday, November 27, 2009

CORTLAND, Ohio — The 59th Trumbull Soil and Water Conservation District annual awards banquet was held at the Garden Brook Banquet Center in Cortland. Warren McClintock of Fowler received the Bill Penn Memorial Award, which is the highest honor bestowed upon a citizen of Trumbull County for conservation. The award is named after Bill Penn […]

Burn off calories from Thanksgiving dinner

Thursday, November 26, 2009

MANHATTAN, Kan. — Food and food safety pros have numerous tips for preparing a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, but, other than washing hands before and after the meal, recommendations for diners are few. Until now, that is. Sample holiday meal According to Mary Meck Higgins, a Kansas State University Research and Extension nutrition specialist, a modest […]

Pennsylvania turkey farm is more than a business; it’s a tradition

Wednesday, November 25, 2009

The Pounds Turkey Farm brings home the Thanksgiving tradition for its customers.

Two Ohio dairies find success with organic ‘and’ conventional

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

WOOSTER, Ohio — To be organic or to be conventional. That is the question among many farmers today, with advantages and disadvantages on either side. But for two Ohio dairymen who farm in Ashland, Wayne and Holmes counties, the answer is both. Going both ways Paul Weber, owner of Idyl Wild Farms near the Ashland […]

Wayne Soil and Water Conservation District honors conservation promoters

Monday, November 23, 2009

WOOSTER, Ohio — Parry and Susie Cochran were recognized as the recipients of the 2009 Conservation Farm Award during the Wayne Soil and Water Conservation District’s annual meeting Nov. 17. The Cochrans The Cochrans operate a heifer and grain farm in Plain Township. Parry, Susie and their children, Aaron, Andrew and Audrey, reside on the […]

Pennsylvania Farm Bureau salutes Wolff, Steele

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Pa. Farm Bureau presented former state agriculture secretary Dennis Wolff and former dean of Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences Robert Steele with Barn Raiser Awards to recognize their years of public service to the agricultural community.


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