Find out who topped the junior fair market livestock competitions at this year’s Summit County Fair.
Intensive grazing management concepts work the same, even if you’re raising buffalo, like the Swope farmily at Heritage Lane Farm.
The Columbiana County Agricultural Hall of Fame committee will induct Allen Dickey, of Lisbon; Don Rupert, of New Waterford; and Oland and Leland Baker, of Lisbon, into the Hall of Fame.
Crop and livestock farmers in both states saw a wide range of effects from last week’s heat wave, mostly negative.
Record prices were recorded in the steer, hog and lamb junior fair divisions at the Carroll County Fair.
The Wayne County Dairy Service Unit kicked off its 50th anniversary with a big party for its friends — and 1,800 of them turned out for the group’s annual Dairy Twilight Tour at Bristol Dairy.
Junior dairy exhibitors from across west-central Pennsylvania participated in the annual district dairy show for 4-H and FFA members July 18 at the Lawrence County Fairgrounds.
The Jersey Youth Academy made a stop at Grammer Jersey Farm to learn about the 600 milking cow operation.
With standards soon to become effective, communications events to begin.
Accelerated lambing could hold key to greater sheep profitability, and small farms in Midwest are poised to take advantage of opportunity.
New safety net, market stabilization and milk market order reform all part of the discussion.
Township loses case against Mahoning County winery. The township claimed it was not an agricultural business, and was not exempt from zoning regulations. The Ohio Supreme Court decided otherwise.
Ohio teen Austen Shoemaker heads west to join a combine crew for this harvest season, and shares his journey with Farm and Dairy.
SALEM, Ohio — Milk marketing in Pennsylvania is expected to continue as it has in the past, after the state’s milk marketing board approved an amendment to over-order premiums. A year ago, in response to a petition by former Gov. Ed Rendell and Sect. of Agriculture Russell Redding, the board approved a change in the […]
Have commodity prices reached a plateau yet?
Yields in this year wheat crop appear to be taking the biggest hit after the wet spring.
A five-state tractor pulling community comes together to make an Ohio 4-H’er and cancer survivor’s wish come true.
Find out who topped the junior fair market livestock competitions at this year’s Harrison County Fair.
WASHINGTON — Many rivers in the upper Midwest and northern Plains remain above flood stage, and the threat for more flooding will continue through the summer, according to forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s National Weather Service.
If all U.S. beef was grass-fed, it would increase land use by 131 million acres.