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 […]
A separate bill for agriculture and food stamps brewing in the House.
SALEM, Ohio — The quality and test weight of the wheat in the region’s soggy fields will depend on how soon farmers can get in there with the combines.
As the fair’s truck and tractor pulls began warming up, so did the livestock auction.
GNADENHUTTEN, Ohio — The Tuscarawas County Sheriff’s Office has arrested two men in connection with a string of cattle rustling believed to have spanned two years or more.
Recently, pesticide spray drift from different pesticide applications caused damage to field corn on a bordering farm, vegetables in an adjacent backyard, trees and bushes in a nearby state park and vegetation on an adjoining campus.
Soybean production generates nearly $3 billion of economic activity in the state.
Changes in the rules for livestock exhibitors mean less paperwork.