The challenge, issued by the nearly 17,000 Ohio beef farming families, encourages participants to enjoy lean, high-protein foods like beef, just in time for summer grilling season.
Avian influenza has not yet been reported locally, but producers should still be prepared.
The blacklegged tick is the primary carrier of Lyme disease, an infectious disease caused by the bite of an infected tick that can cause fever, fatigue, headache, muscle aches and joint pain.
Researchers are giving new life to apple varieties once thought to be extinct.
Sally M. Darling, longtime owner of Farm and Dairy, died Wednesday, April 29, 2015.
Except for four days of respite, grain markets have been lower almost every day since the March 31 USDA Planting Intentions Report. Ohio farmers, itching to get in wet/cold fields, can only watch prices fall.
Companion planting can produce benefits such as improved growth, flavor and can also provide pest control.
This week’s top stories include coverage of an accident on I-80 that left 13 cows dead, tips for buying new and used farm machinery, DIY bath and beauty projects, reminders for traffic safety during the planting season and tips for landowners who are in the path of pipelines.
Gardeners can learn a lot about their soil right now simply by looking at the weeds growing in it.
Manage your pastures early and often for a good growing season.