As the concept of local food and urban gardening gains popularity, urban agriculture, with its benefits and obstacles, is coming to many cities.
Intelligent sprayer puts spray where farmers want it.
Halloween spending is estimated to reach $6.9 billion in 2013.
The Jemily Horse Park is definitely something out of the ordinary. But it’s also necessary for those wanting to develop their horsemanship skills.
What about that farm bill that expired during the shutdown?
Pa. livestock grazing expert Tom Calvert of Berlin, Somerset County, was inducted into the Pennsylvania Livestock Association Hall of Fame Oct. 3
Oilseed plots at OARDC provide insight into oil and fiber potential.
So far, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources has issued 899 permits in Ohio and 561 wells have been drilled as a result. Currently, there are 34 drilling rigs in Ohio.
Monsanto Co., the world’s largest seed company, has struck a deal that gives it access to a new technology platform.
Three Rivers Energy set to re-open the Coshocton area ethanol plant
A federal court ruled in favor of a Jefferson County dairy farmer and terminated his oil and gas lease.
Farmers and producers looking to plan ahead for tax filing this year can learn about federal tax law changes and updates, as well as potential money-saving tips they can use when filing 2013 tax returns.
Nationally, corn and soybean stocks stored in all positions are down 17 percent from 2012.
Lawmakers in Washington were unable to reach a compromise on the federal budget, thus causing many government agencies to close their doors, shut off lights and temporarily mothball projects.
In Ohio, there have been two fatalities this year alone involving grain bins and silos.
There was a time when there were two choices when it came to flu shots: get vaccinated or not. This year, drug companies are not only offering the vaccine in multiple forms, they are also offering multiple vaccines.
The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development has levied more than $22,000 in fines against two Michigan livestock dealers who illegally moved calves without official Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags.
Did you know Farm and Dairy does video?
Farmers appear to be gearing up for the low grain prices and the tighter profit margins that may be ahead.
It’s the time of year Ohio farmers hit the fields to harvest, driving over the land planted last spring. As combines remove the crop, the land hidden beneath reveals areas that may benefit from conservation treatments to improve the health of the land and next year’s crop.