The top stories for the week Nov. 9-Nov. 15, 2014.
“People’s Tree” to visit 30 communities between Minnesota and Washington, D.C.
Fall the best time to procure supplies, learn skills and build connections for thriving spring hives.
This year, several NRCS state offices, including California, Florida and Ohio, are setting aside additional funds for similar efforts.
Acorns from this year’s fall crop could cause kidney failure in animals, particularly in cattle and sheep.
So far, 1,581 horizontal drilling permits for Utica shale wells have been issued by the ODNR and 1,148 have been drilled.
Monsanto and soft white wheat farmers have reached an agreement that resolves a number of lawsuits related to the 2013 discovery of genetically modified wheat on a farm in eastern Oregon.
More than 24,000 comments have been received by the Pennsylvania DEP in regards to new oil and gas drilling regulations.
Ohio’s farmland preservation options have changed slightly, but still committed to protecting agricultural land.
Homemade hot chocolate is rich, creamy and simple to make.
One woman’s care packages have started a group committed to sending a little piece of home to soldiers overseas.
Esselburn family is committed to education, agriculture, careers and country.
Dairy farmers have some new risk management tools to consider this fall, which were the main focus of the fall meetings of Ohio Dairy Producers Association.
Cooper Farms, of Fort Recovery, Ohio, is raising the Thanksgiving turkey to be pardoned by President Obama.
Using new tracers, scientists can determine where frack fluid contamination has — or hasn’t — been released.
The top stories from the week Nov. 2-Nov. 8, 2014.
Beef producers are working to expand their herds. This is demonstrated by the 18 percent reduction in beef cow slaughter so far this year.
Fermentation is a growing trend for producing safe, easy and healthy foods and beverages.
Combines may still be harvesting this year’s crops, but smart farmers are already thinking about next year’s planting.
A new law in Pennsylvania gives the property owner more control over future use of the land when a gas lease expires.