Ohio’s master shepherd winner started in turkeys, now raises three types of livestock.
With more funding to work with, Ohio officials expect big year for mine reclamation.
A Maine couple decided it was time to part with their cherished Farmalls, but they found a good home in Ohio, where they could be kept together as a set.
The Ohio Cattlemen’s Association honored four of its farm family members with its highest awards Jan. 28 during the association annual meeting in Dublin.
A panel of dairy youth shared their experiences of growing up on the farm, and what they learned along the way.
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Nearly 300 auctioneers, apprentices, support personnel, vendors, presenters and guests attended the 64th annual conference and trade show of the Pennsylvania Auctioneers Association, Jan. 11-13, at the Sheraton Harrisburg-Hershey. Conference participants took part in 12 educational seminars during the course of the event. Awards Several Pennsylvania auctioneers came up winners during the […]
WASHINGTON — The Annual Energy Outlook 2012 released Jan. 23 by the U.S. Energy Information Administration presents updated projections for U.S. energy markets through 2035.
A two-part series on coal mine reclamation in Ohio, and the difference that reclamation has made.
“I believe if we don’t adopt this type of approach as an industry, we risk mandated controls. And I think history has proven that’s seldom very successful” — John Oster, Morral Companies
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Honeybee populations have been in serious decline for years, and Purdue University scientists may have identified one of the factors that cause bee deaths around agricultural fields. Analyses of bees found dead in and around hives from several apiaries over two years in Indiana showed the presence of neonicotinoid insecticides, which […]