Curtis R. Hallstrom and Susan M. Hallstrom, of Barnesville, have filed a $2.5 million lawsuit against the Oxford Oil Company in Zanesville, Ohio.
The Hallstroms own approximately 150 acres in Belmont County.
If corn yields are more ‘normal’ in 2013, prices could fall by $2.10 to $5.50 per bushel.
The federal agency announced Dec. 14 it will not change existing daily standards for fine particles and coarse particles, which includes dust from farms.
The eight-day show, held in Harrisburg, Pa., is themed, “Made in PA. It makes a difference.” and features 6,000 animals, 10,000 competitive exhibits and 300 commercial exhibitors.
The vehicles can run on gasoline or natural gas. The OARDC is in the process of making its own compressed natural gas, with its research partner, quasar energy group.
The court battle over 3,000 leased acres in Carroll and Columbiana counties is not over. Appeals are reportedly being filed by lawyers.
Patriot Energy Partners LLC won a lawsuit filed by a Columbiana County family regarding the family’s oil and gas lease.
Organic labels may not always elicit a positive response, according to a recent study.
Ohio Sheep Improvement Association’s annual event draws large crowd to learn about year-round grazing.
We want to know what you think was Farm and Dairy’s top story of 2012. We’ll be watching the polls as we put together our year-end wrapup of the best, most important and most interesting stories of 2012.