The top stories from the week Oct. 19-Oct. 25, 2014.
Microgreens and sprouts are two superfoods that are easier to grow indoors and produce a crop much quicker, in as little as 5 days.
Working towards long term cooperation, a team of Ohio State Extension and the China’s Ministry of Agriculture exchanged visits to each other’s countries.
First case of chronic wasting disease confirmed on Holmes County preserve. No evidence the disease affectshumans.
In addition to getting an up-close look at farm machinery, numerous vendors and representatives from the Winona Fire Department participated in the Columbiana and Stark County Farm Bureaus’ first Farm Frenzy event.
There are several types of pipelines being constructed, including collection lines, intrastate lines and interstate lines.
Board of supervisors elections, the naming of the SWCD Cooperator of the Year, and the outlining of 2015 programs topped the agenda at the Stark Soil and Water Conservation District’s 64th annual banquet Oct. 16 at R.G. Drage Career Technical Institute.
Ohio farmers are up in arms over latest round of CAUV property tax increases, in some cases up by 300 percent since the last triennial update.
How do you compost? Here’s some information about building your own compost bin.
The battle over country of origin labeling continues, amid threats from neighboring countries to limit trade.
Here are this week’s top stories from Farm and Dairy:
Gotham Greens to build 75,000 square foot rooftop greenhouse in Chicago.
Fall is the time to store the food that’s taken all year to produce. Indoor, in-place and buried container food storage systems are practical and affordable alternatives to the traditional root cellar.
“You don’t need a root cellar to store food” describes the three alternative food storage systems in detail, and offers tips for successful produce storage.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources, the Toledo Zoo, and the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium recently collaborated on the release of 189 captive-reared eastern hellbenders into three eastern Ohio watersheds.
There are several misconceptions about raising crickets as a food for humans. The biggest surprise may be the profit potential.
As Camp Muskingum enters its seventh decade, camp director Todd Davis hopes a pending $2.5 million building project will help keep it around for a good long while.
The Pennsylvania legislature has made it clear whether or not green houses need to meet state code and who needs a commercial driver’s license when it comes to farms. The next stop is the governor’s office.
Prepare your car for winter before the snow starts to fly.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Aside from raising awareness, action must be taken to put a stop to this crime.
We asked you to write about what Farm and Dairy has meant to you in 100 words — no more, no less — to celebrate our 100 year anniversary.