Saturday, November 28, 2015

Set aside a plot of dirt where childre can sow their own seeds and tend to their own gardens.

When he retires in 2015, Keith Smith will have led the OSU Extension organization for 23 years.

Prison farms offer inmates a chance to work — engage with land and animals.

Stark County junior fair leaders are also considering changes, but the specifics haven’t been finalized.

Beef cows’ nutritional requirements to stay warm and perform well have been higher this winter, putting pressure on their hay inventories and leading to increased costs for producers.

The referendum, seeking to increase the state checkoff on cattle from $1 to $2, received enough favorable votes to pass.

Planting intentions surpass historic soybean record by 4 million acres, USDA reports.

Wayne County Dairy Service unit meets, recognizes best.

Ag engineering expert says the era of bigger tractors could eventually give way to much smaller, robotic machines.

Red clover is a popular choice for frost seeding because it has high seedling vigor, is tolerant of a wide range of soil pH and fertility conditions, and tolerates drought