UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Recent weeks have been bad for agricultural commodity producers, with falling prices impacting Pennsylvania’s farmers. An economist in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences said there are reasons why prices for corn, milk, soybeans, beef, pork and wheat have fallen sharply. Reality James Dunn, professor of agricultural economics, noted that what […]
Executive order calls for humane societies, state and local entities to crack down on exotic animal housing and care.
CANFIELD, Ohio — The Ohio Valley Giant Pumpkin Growers weighed the U.S. champion pumpkin at their October competition. The club’s 17th annual weigh-off was held at Parks Garden Center near Canfield, Ohio. The new U.S. champions are Dave and Carol Stelts of Edinburg, Pa. Their pumpkin weighed 1807.5 pounds, the second heaviest ever recorded. The […]
On the Clark Farm in New Harrisburg, the Murray Grey breed is the way to go for them.
A monkey is the only animal unaccounted for after 56 animals escaped from a wildlife sanctuary in Muskingum County.
New soybean produces lower fat cooking oil and could help restore market share.
Smith Dairy holds alternative fuels event, fleet manager makes big commitment
NRCS chief says new study shows significant improvement to nutrient issues in Great Lakes region, more work to be done.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The biofuel industry will not be able to meet the cellulosic production requirements of the renewable fuel standard without significant advancements in technology or investment, according to a National Academy of Sciences study prepared for Congress.
SALEM, Ohio — The perfect storm of economics is giving many farmers opportunities they might not have seen coming.