Historical flood expected to cause significant losses for farmers in Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio.
More than 100 attend the first of six listening sessions being held by the Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board.
COLUMBUS — Twin-row corn is becoming more of an attractive production practice for growers across the Midwest, but the jury is still out in Ohio on its yield potential.
WOOSTER, Ohio — He had said it would be the end, and from the way it looks, it might just be. Mike Hogan, director of Ohio State University Extension in Carroll County, said in April his county would need to pass a .57 mill, five-year tax levy if it was to continue Extension services and […]
Scales at New Wilmington Livestock Auction have been tested since 2006 by Pa. Department of Agriculture.
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — During its first, organizational meeting held April 27, the Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board set the dates and locations for their regional public listening sessions in May. The purpose of the listening sessions is to allow Ohioans the opportunity to provide input to the board and to educate the board members and […]
Study finds costs will increase egg prices if conventional cage production is changed.
Ohio FFA Convention draws a sea of blue and gold. See Farm and Dairy’s slide show.
Harrison County SWCD looks outside of the box to meet its funding challenges.
The current economic environment will play a much bigger decision in determining the soybean sampling rate.
Crop experts say a dry spring has helped farmers in Pennsylvania and Ohio get an earlier start on the planting season. The latest statistics have been announced.
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio — The board put into place by nearly two-thirds of Ohioans to regulate livestock care and set standards for the state held its first meeting on Tuesday at the Ohio Department of Agriculture. All 13 board members of the Ohio Livestock Care Standards Board were present and sworn in for the first time, […]
The raw milk permit for Pasture Maid Creamery, LLC. remains suspended.
GREENVILLE, Ohio — The Year of Annie will be celebrated throughout 2010 at The Annie Oakley Center at Garst Museum, part of the Darke County Historical Society.
MILLERSBURG, Ohio — Farmers have a tendency to hang onto things. You never know when something might come in handy.
Collector Rob Pennell appreciated such frugality because it helped supply his interest in vintage agriculture related signs, tools and salesman samples.
New regulations proposed by the USDA could put some meat processors out of business.
A court date has not been set to hear a USDA complaint filed against Barnesville Livestock.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Bryan Swistock is sort of the Dr. Phil for pond owners — they call him when they are having problems. And this time of year, he has a lot of patients. Spring has sprung, the air is warm, the sky is blue and too many ponds and small lakes are green […]
The Pa. Ag. Alliance could create formal animal care legislation, if necessary.
The May primary will be a deciding factor for several OSU Extension programs and 4-H.