Carroll County appears to be leading the pack again.
MADISON, Wis. — What is a Maine-born doctor to do when a patient in Pennsylvania complains, “I’ve been riftin’ and I’ve got jags in my leaders?” Consult the Dictionary of American Regional English to learn that the patient has been belching and experiencing sharp pains in his neck. After nearly five decades of work at […]
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — There may be no such thing as the “normal” growing conditions of old that many corn farmers have been longing for after enduring extreme weather in recent years, a Purdue Extension agronomist says. Instead, Bob Nielsen suggested that corn growers should look at a variety of management techniques to give crops […]
When used according to the label, drug residue can be prevented.
COLUMBUS — Organic products certified in the United States or in Europe may be sold as organic in either region starting June 1.
According to the legislation, 60 percent of the money generated will stay at the local level, going to counties and municipalities with wells.
Conference draws another sellout crowd — more than 1,000 attend.
We asked readers to tell us what they love most about their life’s work. Here are some of their replies. I love farming because… “on the days you look at your spouse both exhausted from lambing all night and asking, “and why do we do this?” Then two things happen. A half hour later you […]
Bio-energy from anaerobic digesters could be “agriculture in nature” if at least 50 percent of feedstock used to produce the fuel came from the same property.
CADIZ, Ohio — A 1959 lease is at the root of a lawsuit in Harrison County against Chesapeake Exploration. A decision was handed down Jan. 17 between The Jewett Sportsmen and Farmers Club Inc. versus Chesapeake Exploration, LLC. Original lease The ground was originally leased by the North American Coal Company in 1959. Chesapeake acquired […]