The 2015 display features the butter cow and calf standing next to life-size sculptures of Ohio State head football coach Urban Meyer and mascot Brutus Buckeye, along with larger-than-life carvings of the coveted national championship trophy and two Ohio State football helmets.
Grain producers everywhere are saying, ‘Please, Lord, give me another rally; I will know what to do this time!’
The 2015 Carroll County Fair sale, held July 24 and 25, totaled $423,808.81 in 292 lots.
Nineteen farmers and agribusiness professionals, including Farm and Dairy reporter Chris Kick, have started the 2015-2016 AgriPOWER leadership development program.
This week’s top stories include the Trumbull County Fair sale, how to create stamps out of garden produce, common garden problems and solutions and more.
(Scroll down for video) EAST CANTON, Ohio — Sometimes a little hands-on experience is all it takes to develop a passion for a career — and other times — the experience causes a person to consider a different career altogether. Both things happened the past couple days at Red Star Veterinary Clinic, where more than […]
Making jams and jellies is a science to be mastered.
The Ohio Supreme Court ruled that grain storage bins are personal property pursuant to state law and may not be taxed as real property.
This Knox County farm keeps improving, and now supports sheep, cattle, poultry and swine.
In every county, there’s more to 4-H than what you see at the fair.