County’s first winery makes best of rural, hilly location.
If conditions don’t improve soon, a drought declaration is likely.
Interest in the Marcellus and Utica shale does not appear to be waning in Ohio or Pennsylvania, according to the permits sought in each state.
While lamb and wool prices are at an all-time high, the sheep industry is facing a devastating threat in the form of destructive parasites.
OPGMA annual summer field tour features a diversity of fruit and vegetable farms.
Since 1906, Spangler has been buying U.S. corn and sugar to make candy in Bryan, Ohio.
Farmers are harvesting wheat two-three weeks ahead of usual. But the ground is so dry that double-crop efforts could still be delayed.
The Feichters’ lease had called for a 160-acre pooling unit when they signed it in 2006.
Couldn’t every farmer use 18 50-foot-long fiberglass dome roof panels? Well, yes, except Dave Smith had to erect 10-foot concrete walls to support the 18-ton roof.
Ohio wines have a full-bodied history, ripe with civil war, Prohibition, countless frosts and diseases, but there’s never been a time of such growth as there’s been in the past five years.