The March 31 USDA Planting Intentions Report finds U.S. farmers expect to plant record-high soybean acreage in 2015.
With careful planning, burning pasture can produce numerous benefits.
With 150 registered attendees at its first visit to the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, the Ohio State College of Food, Agriculture and Environmental Science’s Living the Small Farm Dream small farm conference March 28 was a success, organizers said.
Today is the day of the landmark USDA Planting Intentions Report. Everyone’s waiting for the noon hour release!
When Tom Leech of Longview Farm found a newborn Shorthorn bull calf in a pasture on the afternoon of March 7, he was immediately concerned with hypothermia.
The East Ohio Women in Agriculture conference brought more than 135 participants together for networking and farm business education.
Baby poultry may carry Salmonella, a common bacteria found in the droppings of poultry which can cause illness in people.
Farmers have an additional week, until April 7, to choose between Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC), the safety net programs established by the 2014 farm bill.
Poverty-stricken Harlan County, Kentucky, is one of many counties in need of help as inequalities persist and access to education, quality jobs, healthcare and housing remain out of reach for many people.
The top stories for the week March 22 to March 28, 2015.