The restaurant chain’s opposition to large-scale, high-density cattle production is nothing new. This time, however, the company is painting a particularly grim picture with an animated short set to an eerie cover of “Pure Imagination” from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.
Originally farmers grew miscanthus for cellulosic ethanol, but producers are now targeting the fiber industries as well
We’ve had a much cooler growing season, but will it matter?
What does futurist Glen Hiemstra see in the future for farming and agriculture? Farm and Dairy, with some input from our readers, asked Glen about the future of farming.
How can you prevent soil erosion and nutrient runoff from your fields? The answer is cover crops. Here’s a short video detailing the benefits of cover cropping.
Ohio Livestock Coalition speakers address animal welfare
A new drilling company enters Columbiana County and is granted three permits.
Nathan and Jennifer Brown of Hillsboro won Ohio Farm Bureau Federation’s 2013 Outstanding Young Farmer Award, and Dr. Emily Buck, the Excellence in Agriculture award.
Millions of people watching Internet videos of slow lorises may not realize they are indirectly responsible for the demise of one of the world’s rarest primates.
With more women heading military installations and holding political offices, it should be no surprise that 41 percent of the nation’s first-time fishing participants are female.
Illinois veterinary hospital saves kitten burned in house fire. It could have been a tragedy, but the story has a happen ending.
While many factors will shape and re-shape corn’s influence on wheat prices, the ongoing battle for planted acres will drive continued market volatility.
Although 100% effective in university tests, the vaccine still needs to be field tested before it becomes commercially available.
Futurist Glen Hiemstra answers your questions about the future of farming and agriculture.
A video game that’s a farming simulation? Farming Simulator 2013 does just that.
The Stark County Jr. Fair auctions grossed nearly $730,000. See the results here.
Getting your farm ready for winter should include a fence inspection. Here’s how to fix a fence, if you find a break.
The Ohio Department of Insurance says that individual consumers buying health insurance on the federal government’s health insurance exchange for Ohio will pay an average of 41 percent more than they did in 2013.
Everyone is wondering how their crops stack up this year. Here’s a quick how-to guide for estimating your corn and soybean yields.
Ohio State expert: Conditions could not be more perfect for downy mildew and other late season soybean diseases.