While permits are still being sought in the Utica shale region, the real story may be in the number of wells waiting to be fracked.
USDA estimates 73 percent of the nation’s domestic cattle are within an area of drought.
Check out the sale results from the 2012 Summit County Fair.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service announcedthat it is now accepting comments on Okanagan Specialty Fruits Arctic® Apples.
The family-run operation includes 40 members of the Steiner family, and is a contributor in the local economy.
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act project seeks new uses for algae.
Today, the Rynd brothers — Dennis, 65, and Jim, 61, — and Dennis’ son Brooks, 36, can’t imagine farming again like they did in the old tie-stall barn.
NiSource’s plan to develop shale gasses still being reviewed by land owners.
As drought conditions continue across most of the U.S., new efforts have been announced to assist livestock producers.
Experts offer eleven tips for managing pregnant sows in group housing.