The Knox County Barn Tour will take place Sept. 13 and will feature five historic barns.
When Ezekial Cole purchased 140 acres of land in an area that would eventually become Wayne Township in Jefferson County, Ohio, it is unlikely he considered how, or if, the family farm would be operating 206 years later. “It just makes you proud to keep the farm going,” Carl Kithcart, Cole’s great-great-great-great grandson said.
A little phosphorus makes Lake Erie the “Walleye Capital of the World,” but too much phosphorus can lead to harmful algal blooms.
Ohio Holstein magazine editor retiring after accomplished career.
The USDA’s annual report, Expenditures on Children and Families, shows that the lowest costs are in the urban South and rural regions of the U.S., and costs are the highest in the urban Northeast
Brown, Kaptur announce more funding for Lake Erie algae issues.
Crunch time in the grain markets: If we confirm a huge crop with early harvest, the lows are not yet in.
There are several options for extending your gardening season into the fall and winter months.
Farm Policy Facts is pleased to unveil a new interactive map highlighting state-specific agriculture contributions across America.
The top stories from the week of August 10-16, 2014.
The Canfield Fair Pumpkin Show celebrates its 53rd year.
Ohio’s Manure Science Review breaks down the science of livestock waste application.
A $5 billion dollar class action lawsuit has been filed by Pennsylvania landowners against Chesapeake Energy Corp. and its subsidiary, Access Midstream Partners, over gas and oil royalties.
More funding, more initiatives to combat Lake Erie algae.
Farm and Dairy reporter Chris Kick and Editor Susan Crowell were recently honored with writing awards from the National Newspaper Association and the Society of Professional Journalists.
Speaking at Ag Progress Days, Pennsylvania’s leaders agree the state of the Commonwealth’s agriculture is strong and they are willing to fight to keep it that away.
The Moore family has a long history in crop production, and a more recent interest in aviation.
The number of permits issued in July may have been down, but drilling activity is still strong in southeast Ohio.
Growing organic grain is a challenge, especially across 850 acres.
The 2014 Ashtabula County Fair junior fair market livestock sale brought in more than $300,000 for the county’s youth.