Backyard chickens are common in rural areas, but chicken farming is becoming increasingly popular in urban areas, especially with Millennials.
The top 10 news stories of 2014 from Farm and Dairy.
Tight margins are expected. Here are five tips to help grain farmers manage.
It doesn’t pay to be average in the dairy business. Do you know where you rank? Join the Ohio Farm Business and Benchmarking program.
The top stories from the week Dec. 21 to Dec. 27, 2014.
Rather than making products from scratch, recycling electronics keeps harmful toxins out of landfills, recovers valuable materials that can be reused, conserves virgin resources and results in lower emissions, including greenhouse gases which contributes to climate change.
After the hectic holiday has passed, gardeners will begin sorting through their big piles of seed catalogs to choose spring seed.
Making cookies, cakes and pies isn’t so stressful when you have some tricks up your sleeve.
Program trains students for two-year degrees in marketable fields.
IRVINE, Calif. — It will take about 11 trillion gallons of water (42 cubic kilometers) — around 1.5 times the maximum volume of the largest U.S. reservoir — to recover from California’s continuing drought, according to a new analysis of NASA satellite data. The finding was part of a sobering update on the state’s drought […]
Highly pathogenic (HPAI) H5N8 avian influenza has been confirmed in guinea fowl and chickens from a small backyard poultry flock in Winston, Oregon.
10 things beginning farmers should know. (Hint: It takes years for some to master good management practices.)
Legislation allowing businesses to write off up to $500,000 of an equipment purchase made in 2014 was signed by President Barack Obama Dec. 19, and farm equipment dealers geared up for a flurry of year-end business.
A dedicated team of Ukrainian dairy farmers worked ‘round the clock to set the new record, spreading 4,217 metric tons of manure across 548 acres in 24 hours.
The top stories from the week Dec. 14 to Dec. 20, 2014.
When Christmas is over and your tree begins to drop its needles, don’t put it out for the garbage.
Oil is falling, transportation is changing, and who know knows what that might mean for 2015.
USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack withdrew his proposal to create a second beef checkoff program Dec. 19.
Kids get a kick out of making angels from corn husks, but also enjoy filling glass ornaments with seeds. Even the teenagers in the family tolerate spray painting components for the baskets.
Volunteers with OSU Extension Master Gardeners participated in Wreaths Across America, which places wreaths on veterans’ graves.