As fall’s cool, crisp air settles in and the season changes to winter, a warm fire is a welcoming thought.
Coyote are active in fall, when grown pups break away from the family unit to hunt and stake out their own territory.
Planting, tillage and harvesting all show significant price increases, according to Ohio State’s biennial custom farming survey.
Seven generations have worked the Anderson Farm in Canfield, Ohio. The farm has been recognized by the Ohio Department of Agriculture and U.S. Senate as being a bicentennial farm.
Northwestern Ohio farmers aren’t waiting to tackle the issue of water quality.
Drones are being used to aid in crop scouting. One eastern Ohio company, TMK Bakersville, put together its own unmanned aerial vehicle and has had it up in the air this summer.
The issue of cash rents is complex and there’s not one answer for every parcel or every location.
The applications for new Utica shale wells appear to have slowed in August, as only 38 permits were issued statewide by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
Online tools help dairymen calculate Margin Protection Program costs, as well as forecast MPP payments and the total MPP benefits the producer can anticipate.
More than 620 exhibitors with some 4,000 product lines will set up shop in the 80-acre exhibit area at the three-day Farm Science Review, Sept. 16-18.
The top stories from the week August 31-September 6, 2014.
Good math and iPads helping California berry growers.
The most common misconception about fall vegetable production is that you need a hoop or green house to do it.
Study shows few nutritional differences between organic and conventional milk.
Richard Theaker’s first ancestors in Ohio were blacksmiths by trade and the deed to the first Theaker property in Ohio was, in fact, written on sheepskin.
The case is gaining interest because the decision could impact landowners in Belmont, Carroll, Columbiana, Harrison, Jefferson, Mahoning, Monroe and Noble counties.
The 19th season of ABC’s The Bachelor will feature a popular eliminated candidate from The Bachelorette — more commonly known as “the farmer.”
A native of North Canton, Scherer graduated in May from the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and quickly prepared for her move to Auburn, Ala., where the U.S. handball program is based.
Here’s a photo gallery from Aug. 30 at the Great Geauga County Fair.
See who claimed champion honors at this year’s Geauga County junior fair market livestock competitions.