Saturday, November 28, 2015
American flag with light shining through it

Throughout history, millions of soldiers have marched into wars to protect the freedoms of their countries. Remembrance Day is a solemn time to commemorate those soldiers' achievements and sacrifices and to pay respects to soldiers who died in battle.

Feedlots throughout the Midwest could be indirectly impacted by recent events surrounding the U.S. mandatory country-of-origin labeling law.

Would you use bacon-scented deodorant? What about feeding a turkey beer? Here's this week's Casual Friday.

U.S. corn growers remain on track for a record high 14.0 billion bushel production year, according to the USDA.

Combines may still be harvesting this year's crops, but smart farmers are already thinking about next year's planting.

Today’s egg production is more efficient than previous decades and leaves a smaller environmental footprint.

Pop star Katy Perry has found herself in an awkward situation stemming from the release of her new album, Prism — which has been named a 'bio-security concern."

According to the ODNR, there are 35 Marcellus shale permits and 953 permits for drilling in Utica shale.

A project spearheaded by scientists in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences and Uganda's Makarere University is helping African youths establish businesses and generate income.

Carrollton Farmers Exchange is expanding with a 1,100 ton dry fertilizer bulk storage and blending facility, and the addition of a liquid fertilizer plant with 44,000-gallon capacity.