Christian Hoffman —Ohio’s Commercial Cattelemen of the Year — is a young producer but is on par with some of the best.
Judge determines the use of hydraulic fracturing can constitute trespassing.
The Great Dayton Flood of 1913 is the worst natural disaster in Ohio history. March marked the 100th anniversary of the event.
FDA staff visiting Northeast Ohio to talk about food safety, hear comments.
Last year’s drought conditions plus late-season rains expedited the growth of soybean plants, which has caused fewer seed pods and larger seeds for growers to plant this year.
SALEM, Ohio — As the town of West, Texas, begins to unravel what went wrong and resulted in an explosion at a fertilizer plant there, some are left to wonder what the last impacts could be on the spring planting season and future fertilizer supplies. Background The explosion occurred around 7:50 p.m. central time April […]
The USDA Office of Inspector General has determined the Cattlemen’s Beef Promotion and Research Board and the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association are complying with federal legislation.
Phone caller: “You tell us to regularly test our forages, but how often should we do that?” Expert: “Um…” Now, there’s an answer.
Ohio corn growers, if you can get in your fields, start planting. Planting corn outside the optimal four-week window could lower yields as much as 30 bushels/acre.