The fracas over the North American International Livestock Exposition has insiders shaking their heads as leaders scramble to prep for the 2015 event.
The chicken processor was cited with 55 OSHA violations.
The Internal Revenue Service is warning taxpayers to remain on high alert and protect themselves against the ever-evolving array of deceitful tactics scammers use to trick people.
The southeastern portion of Ohio appears to be where oil well drillers are concentrating according to the latest numbers issued by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.
Nearly all farm expenditure items increased, compared to the previous year.
If your tomato crop is too large for you to handle and you don’t want to can this year, try freezing whole tomatoes.
The annual Sale of Champions at the Ohio State Fair set one new record, and raised a total of $264,000.
Kentucky state officials are changing how the North American International Exposition is managed — and that has caught some longtime employees and supporters by surprise.
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Mikelle Roeder, Ph.D., a flock nutritionist for Purina Animal Nutrition, says the summertime essentials are similar for both humans and backyard flocks: stay hydrated, protect yourself from the heat and maintain a complete and balanced diet.