Ohio storms claim lives, destroy farm property.
Tour features the ins and outs of northeast Ohio aquaculture operations.
Oklahoma cattleman Kirk Stierwalt shares talents with Ohio exhibitors.
LEFT: Fred H. Johnson; RIGHT: John L. Denny LISBON, Ohio — Four individuals will be inducted into the Columbiana County Agricultural Hall of Fame on opening day of the Columbiana County Fair. The contributions of John L. Denny, Charles J. Gause, Galen H. Greenisen, and Fred H. Johnson will be recognized in ceremonies at 10:30 […]
A controversy erupts over expenses billed to the Beef Checkoff program.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The nation’s beef herd continues to decline. Due to several years of financial difficulty, producers have little interest in rebuilding their herds. As a result other animals are gaining a larger market share and the cost of beef will remain high, according to a Purdue University economist.
Producers and ag groups voice opinions on recent agreement.
Care board expresses intent to consider recommendations in recent agreement.
Editors note: The registration deadline has been extended to Aug. 13.
Check the sale results from the 2010 Carroll County Fair.
NEW YORK — Christie’s auction house recently held a sale of items from the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum collection. The Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum closed their doors last year after over four decades of celebrating one of the most popular cowboys and cowgirls the world has ever known. Items The auction […]
Time will tell how Ohio egg producers will be impacted by a California law designed to stop eggs produced from battery cages from entering the state.
Family approach is key to Sprunger dairy farm.
Pictured are Dailey, (top left), Flora (top right), Vance (bottom left) and Saunway (bottom right). COLUMBUS — Four Ohioans who committed their lives to working in, promoting and advocating for Ohio’s farm community will be honored August 6 by the Ohio Agricultural Council, when they are inducted to the Ohio Agricultural Hall of Fame. The […]
Speakers and vendors turn Holmes County hay field into arena of education, collaboration.
Agriculture secretary, congressman review projects at OSU-Wooster Campus.
UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A study conducted by researchers in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences has shown that eggs produced by chickens allowed to forage in pastures are higher in some beneficial nutrients.
The National Shorthorn Lassie Queen will attend the 2010 National Shorthorn Show at the North American International Livestock Exposition in Louisville, Ky.
Cheese production from Jersey milk reduces environmental impact.
The grand champion steer brought $2.40 a pound and the reserve champion steer brought $2.15 a pound despite a rainy Friday evening.