Happy Valentine’s Day! Thank you all so much for entering our “Celebration of Love” photo contest. Unfortunately, we couldn’t feature all of our entries in the paper, so we’ve put each photo in “Celebration of Love” photo gallery.
New this month: The Farm and Dairy was able to obtain permit information for the month of January from the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection on permits being issued for Marcellus shale wells.
According to the latest numbers from the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service in Ohio, beef cows, at 290,000 head, were down 3 percent from last year, and milk cows, at 270,000 head, were unchanged from last year.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Turbulence that has shaken the dairy industry the past few years could subside in the second half of this year — if feed prices fall or at least stabilize. Although the first part of 2013 likely will be stressful for producers, Purdue Extension dairy specialist Mike Schutz said those who hold […]
The Ohio River is a major artery for exporting grain from northeastern Ohio and western Pennsylvania.
The barn and its contents were mostly lost.
It was a Super Bowl ad that grabbed our attention for its shear simplicity, not its shock factor. Paul Harvey sharing his, “So God Made a Farmer” tribute.
Now Pennsylvania is an energy leader. The shale boom has created 215,000 jobs in related industries.
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New RFS: Just under 10 percent of fuel must be from renewable sources in 2013.