The beef industry is evolving, and so are beef cattle. This is the time of year when producers buy bulls, and every bull that is turned out to cows contributes to the evolving beef industry.
With the sequester just a few days old, representatives and senators weighed in on what it means to Americans and the federal budget.
Stark County cattleman Cliff Linder and his wife, Julie, started out with crossbred cattle 26 years ago, but decided they wanted something more.
A lawsuit in the Northern Panhandle contends that the driller was able to obtain gas and oil from the property even though the existing lease did not give permission to pool or unitize the Marcellus shale formation.
Approximately 70 percent of the curent ag workforce are undocumented workers, which is why labor is on the minds of the Ohio Farm Bureau county presidents in D.C. this week.
Pa. Holstein Association members salute Horace Backus; honor breeders Roy Simpson and Wayne Harpster.
Degrees in sustainable agriculture are meeting a new demand at two area colleges.
A Coshocton County judge has ruled against a 1983 oil and gas lease that was holding property under the extension clause because it was producing enough natural gas for a household.
USDA chief warns that a furlough of meat inspectors could be costly to the industry and consumers.
Annual conference offers advice on improving cow health, reducing somatic cell count.