House members say disaster package is only temporary, still planning to approve a five-year farm bill.
More than 7,800 markets reported. Good for a 9.6 percent increase.
Drought taking its toll on U.S. yield expectations.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Pennsylvania forage growers should hope for a long fall season with good weather to help their hay crop and pastures, said a forage specialist in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences. Marvin Hall, professor of forage management, said that an extended autumn with rain can make up for some of this […]
COLUMBUS — The number of cases of human influenza related to swine in Ohio grew to 30 on Aug. 8, following an announcement from the Ohio Department of Health. The strand of influenza, H3N2v, was first confirmed from individuals exposed to swine at the Butler County Fair in late July. To date, 16 cases have […]
Aug. 3, 2012 Sale Total: $130,914.74 Total Lots: 187 STEERS Number of Market Lots: 18 Average: $1,951.40 with champions; $1,751.00 without Number of carcass lots: 1 Average: $1,310.40 (no champions) Grand champion: Chance Rains Bid: $3.10/pound Weight: 1,295 pounds Buyer: Atwell & Perrine Excavating, McDowell Implement, Coolspring Corn Maze Reserve champion: Carson Ligo Bid: $2.40/pound […]
The Mennonite Disaster Service in eastern Ohio/western Pa. is calling for help for dairy farmers who can no longer feed their herds due to the lack of pasture.
Results from this year’s Columbiana County Fair market livestock sale, which totaled more than $425,000.
Check out the results from the 2012 sale of champions.