New report shows the significance of immigrant labor in the dairy industry.
Most non-botanists distinguish pumpkins, squash and gourds by our purpose for the plant: we carve pumpkins, eat squash and use gourds for fall decorating.
Keeping up with the changes in agriculture has helped this farmer-owned feed mill reach its 100-year milestone.
The Farm and Dairy staff examines five weather apps for your mobile device.
Farmland values still increasing, although not as rapidly as in the past.
After experiencing record highs in commodity prices just two years ago, farmers will be feeling the pinch as prices continue to drop for the coming season.
While big data has been beneficial in the growing world of precision agriculture, it has also been met with farmer skepticism in regards to privacy and security.
Ohio’s crop adviser of the year says his favorite part about the job is helping farmers solve problems, and improve yields.
Memorial Day, 2014, the lives of a southcentral Pennsylvania dairy family were quickly turned upside down.
This week’s top stories include results from the Canfield Fair, September gardening tips, garden season extenders and stories from the Stark County Fair.