A proposed rule change announced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Dec. 15 would expand an exemption from national research and promotion check off orders to include 95 percent organic farmers, handlers, marketers and importers — otherwise known as “primary organic” operations.
Get a jump start on the gardening season by preparing your tools for spring planting.
Corn outlook: “I am not bullish, but I am friendly to the idea of new highs. We can’t have high prices without a 1 billion carryout in corn. We have to look to the new crop for help there.”
Despite inclement weather, growers came from across Ohio and other states to brush up on their growing and marketing skills.
A study from Miami University researchers shows that 77 earthquakes were produced while a Utica shale well was being fracked.
When you have the futures market $2 above the cash market, your intuition is that the market is just broken. How ag economists solved the mystery.
Pets need the same amount of care during the winter as people do.
Cropping systems specialists from Kansas State University and Purdue University have completed a comprehensive review of corn research in the U.S. and worldwide over the past 100 years.
The extreme cold weather we have been experiencing often times prompts radio and TV newscasts to remind us of items such as to keep your pets inside and how to care for your pets during the cold weather.
The top stories for the week of Jan. 4 to Jan. 10, 2015.