Common insects can carry antibiotic-resistant material.
SALEM, Ohio — Are you being wooed by a landman for a pipeline easement? You may want to slow down the relationship and think about what you want before jumping in. Remember, this is a lifetime commitment. And it won’t be a relationship between you and the landman. The pipeline easement will be relationship between […]
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources issued 15 new permits for shale play wells in Belmont County in April, the most granted in any Ohio county.
Dairymen, expect milk prices to more or less steadily drop, starting next month.
Census data is compiled once every five years and provides insight into the U.S. farmer demographics, economics and production practices.
The late Emmett Conway Sr. was recently inducted into the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Hall of Fame.
Keynote speaker: “If you don’t stand up for yourselves, if you don’t honor and respect who you are, why should anyone else?”
What happens when millions of dead trees, killed by beetles, no longer need water?
Delayed planting across the country has led to a weather market, and that is dangerous for farmers and traders alike.
Beef cattle, tractor collecting go hand-in-hand at the Duncan family farm.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources released oil and gas well production results from the fourth quarter of 2013 on April 25.
OSU ag research conference focusses on what “big data” means to the university, and private sector.
Social media is cool and useful, but remember to protect your privacy.
The Great American Country cable network has renewed the hit show, Farm Kings, set in western Pennsylvania for a fourth season.
Farmers in 10 Ohio counties can apply for funds for pasture and farmstead-based projects.
This spring has been less than ideal so far, but still not a major concern.
National report card on food safety indicates more can be done.
The leaders of the Agland Co-op and the Green Valley Co-op feel that by merging the two co-ops, the result will be a better value to farmers.
The Columbiana County Fair board has received two additional $50,000 gifts from area families to move the new grandstands project forward.