Hay assistance is necessary in order for Texas cattlemen to survive.
A Chagrin Falls man makes his living the old fashioned way; as a blacksmith.
Check out the sale results from this year’s Portage County Fair.
Landowners in Ohio River Basin could be paid for conservation measures that improve water quality downstream.
Congratulations to the winners of the market livestock shows at this year’s Hookstown Fair.
If you want to test the water yourself, decide what you can afford. Those costs can be hundreds, if not thousands of dollars.
NORTH CANTON, Ohio — No one knows World War II like the men and women who lived it. For a few hours Aug. 12-13, organizers of a military aviation museum in North Canton brought together some WWII veterans for a special day to reflect, remember and educate about the things they saw first hand. Kim […]
COLUMBUS — Ohio Cattlemen’s Association has been contacted by cattlemen in Texas and other drought-stricken states who are looking to purchase hay. OCA is working with the Ohio Department of Agriculture to identify Ohioans who have available hay.
COLUMBIA, Mo. — More corn will fuel U.S. gas tanks in the coming year than will feed U.S. livestock and poultry. Amid cuts to yield estimates for corn and soybeans, the USDA’s Crop Production and Supply/Demand Report projects that ethanol plants will use 200 million more bushels of corn than animals will eat. “That’s a […]
They might not have had the roar of the modern pulling tractors, but these antique tractors can still get the job done.