If you think you’re seeing more kids chugging energy drinks and sipping Starbucks than ever before, you’re probably right.
Farmers hope to keep immigration reform alive, want action this year.
Fireflies, or lightning bugs, are neither flies, nor bugs. They are beetles capable of bioluminescence.
Overall bloom will be smaller than in 2013 with varying impacts across lake’s western basin
Reporter Chris Kick recently attended a chain saw safety workshop with the Ohio Forestry Association. This is his account of the experience.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources reported 25 new permits were issued for drilling in Monroe County during June.
Auction results from the 2014 Harrison County Fair in Cadiz, Ohio.
You know the old adage “Leaves of three, let it be.” It’s referring to poison ivy and oak, and it’s true. With summer comes much more time spent outside, thus increasing the risk of coming in contact with these poisonous plants – and poison sumac – if you’re not careful. Here’s how to tell them […]
The diverse group is lead by farm bureau members, universities, business and industry leaders. It plans to conduct an opinion poll over the next few weeks.
Wealth inequality among U.S. households roughly doubled between 2003 and 2013, according to a new analysis by University of Michigan researchers.
The appellate court ruled the trial court overstepped its jurisdiction by ordering a well to be plugged.
Research conducted on northern New York farms by Cornell University researchers is helping farmers enhance their production of forage crops for dairy cows.
Over the past 100 years, Farm and Dairy has been more than a newspaper to many of you — we’ve become a community, a family.
J-RA Holsteins is located just miles from the Ohio border in Adamsville, Pennsylvania.
Funding to address housing needs comes from Marcellus Shale impact fees.
Meigs County men enter pleas in federal crop insurance case.
With the increase in horizontal Utica shale wells coming online, production has nearly doubled in Ohio.
Richard Roush has been named dean of Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences following a two-year search.
The subject of antibiotic-resistant pathogens and poultry is complicated, frightening and easily sensationalized, according to a food-safety expert in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences.
Heavy rains through June became too much for many farms.