From last place to first, students and their swine projects are making a name for themselves at Hampshire High School.
Higher retail prices for eggs, bacon, orange juice, milk and toasted oat cereal, among other foods, resulted in a slight increase in the latest American Farm Bureau Federation Quarterly Marketbasket Survey.
The apple harvest is coming to an end earlier than usual in Ohio with a reduced, but some say sweeter, supply.
The consensus in Ohio and Pennsylvania is that grain crop yields may be down, but it could have been a lot worse when to compared to other Midwestern states.
CAMBRIDGE, Ohio — Ohio State University Extension is hosting a community education workshop on shale energy development Nov. 10. “Shale and You: A Workshop for Landowners and Communities” will be held at the Pritchard Laughlin Civic Center, 7033 Glenn Highway, Cambridge, 1-6 p.m. Registration is $10 and must be received by Nov. 5, by the […]
Ohio State University’s Agricultural Technical Institude dedicated a new, state-of-the-art beef cattle handling facility.
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — The Ohio Department of Agriculture announced it has certified the results of the 2012 Ohio Beef Marketing Program Referendum. The referendum, seeking to increase the state checkoff on cattle from $1 to $2, did not receive enough favorable votes to pass.
RF Goldwyn Hailey, exhibited by Gen-Com Holstein Ltd, of N-D du Bon Conseil, Quebec, was crowned grand champion at the 2012 International Holstein Open Show during this year’s World Dairy Expo.
The science behind fall’s beauty: Why do leaves turn colors? Why do they fall from trees, anyway?
There are 57 Utica shale wells in Ohio waiting to be fracked, according to the most current report by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. However, the ODNR is reporting that this report is not up to date due to staffing challenges and setting a new system up that in the future will automatically update the report.