SALEM, Ohio — If you are a farmer and want to write off the cost of the custom hay baling you had done this summer, you may want to get your hands on a 1099 tax form from the Internal Revenue Service. Dave Miller, an enrolled agent with the Wright Law Co. in Columbus, said […]
Our readers showed their poetic prowess this season by sending in more than 70 submissions for our Holiday Haiku contest. We even ended up in classrooms!
In a challenging economy, farmers and hunters continue to donate deer meat.
GROVE CITY, Pa. — A vaccinated dog may be your best insurance against rabies on your farm. Dr. Karen Martin, a veterinarian with the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, said cattle out on pasture are at risk for rabies because of the potential for exposure — partly because of their curiosity toward creatures in the pasture […]
Early-bird grain forecast shows markets could drop by this time next year.
COLUMBUS — Researchers with Ohio State University’s Department of Horticulture and Crop Science and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center have released results of the 2011 Corn Performance Test (www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/corntrials/) and 2011 Soybean Performance Trials (http://oardc.osu.edu/soy2011/). Variable conditions Several members of the university faculty and staff participate in the performance trials annually, and the […]
Corn, soybean and wheat growers gather in Wilmington to hear market trends and issues.
The communities that do best in the changing energy landscape will adopt appropriate land use, housing, planning, schooling, regulatory, and capital management strategies that anticipate and can adapt to change.
GIPSA finalized a rule implementing the 2008 farm bill provisions to better protect livestock producers and poultry growers.
The Ohio Sheep Improvement Association held its annual meeting Dec. 10 at the ATI, where nutrition and sheep numbers were the focus for all ages.