Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Industry watchers say fewer drilling applications are not unexpected, in wake of lower oil and gas prices.

A Wayne County school tutor who says he was fired for his vegan views settles in court.
no-till manure spreader

Now that that the state's nutrient law is passed, farmers a lot to figure out before it becomes effective.
wildlife pests in the garden

Deter deer, rabbits, groundhogs and other common wildlife from ruining your garden with these tips.
Charlotte Wagner 4-H volunteer

Today, 75 years later, 4-H remains part and parcel of Charlotte Wagner's life, as she recently celebrated 69 years as a 4-H volunteer.
Earth Day on the farm

Farmers not only do a great deal to protect the land, they strive to make it better — so every day is Earth Day on the farm.
Week in Review 4/11

This week’s top stories feature backyard poultry selection tips, research on raw milk consumption, advice for landowners facing the possibility of a pipeline on their property, a community garden that’s doing its part to serve the community and April’s gardening to-do list.
Kale

Sunlight is critical to growing vegetables, but ensuring vegetable plants get enough sunlight can be tricky if trees, fences or structures keep your yard shady.
hay field

When it comes to the weather, where do you get your forecast?

On Jan. 5, 2015, 73-year-old Janet Armstrong's seeing-eye, Kerry, went missing from her property. The family is now offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to her safe return.
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