The Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued 23 new permits for Utica shale wells during November.
High court orders appraisals and appropriation cases to be filed within 120 days.
Economists, ag policy experts take a look at where the new year is headed and where 2012 will end.
Speaking to the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation annual meeting Nov. 29, Ohio Gov. John Kasich asked the farm group’s support of his tax reform measures, saying the severance tax was so low it was “ridiculous.”
Of Ohio Farm Bureau’s 214,000 members, fewer than three out of 10 are active, or farm, members — and that’s why the organization wants to improve its associate member engagement.
Years of experience paying off for Shreve, Ohio, tree farm and forestry business.
From snacking on human treats to biting colorful light bulbs, as the winter holiday season draws closer, pet owners must keep an even more watchful eye on their furry, four-legged friends.
BEAVER FALLS, Pa. — It started out as a way to pass the time on the highway during his truck driving career. It ended as the ultimate hobby for T. Charles Baird, and induction into the National Farm Toy Hall of Fame Nov. 1. Baird’s love of farm toys began as a child. His dad […]
Corn Belt soils remain dry, as winter approaches.
WOOSTER, Ohio — A new organic-based fertilizer for commercial hydroponic production can boost lettuce growth by about 13 percent, according to preliminary trials conducted by Ohio State University’s Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center in Wooster.